Junior boys wrap up volleyball season

Both Terrace junior boys volleyball teams had a development season this year, which wrapped up with zones here Nov. 7.

Both Terrace junior boys volleyball teams had a development season this year, which wrapped up with zones here Nov. 7.

Centennial Christian School beat Skeena Secondary in their final game, ranking fifth place overall with Skeena at sixth.

Centennial coach Tim Block said they have a lot of grade nine students new to volleyball, so they focused on learning systems, positions and basic skills.

“We also had some great veteran leadership from our grade tens who helped keep a real positive atmosphere on the team,” he said.

The top two teams in the junior boys zone were both from Smithers, with Bulkley Valley Christian School in first, and Ebenezer Christian School second.

 

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