CALEDONIA BLOCKERS Leo Nast (outside) and Vidar Sandhals (inside) try to stop Centennial Christian School’s Nathan Struyk during the finals on Nov. 2.

Terrace teams go head to head at hometown tourney

Eight Northwest Sr. Boys volleyball teams were in Terrace two weekends ago for a play day.

Eight Northwest Sr. Boys volleyball teams were in Terrace two weekends ago for a play day hosted by Centennial Christian School and Caledonia Secondary School at the Caledonia gym.

Caledonia went undefeated at the Nov. 2 tournament, winning all four of their matches.

But the final was a back and forth between the other Terrace team, Centennial, with Cal winning the first set, Centennial winning the second set, and Cal pulling away to win the final set and the play day.

Houston Christian and Bulkley Valley Christian were also in the top four, with Houston going 3 – 1 and Bulkley Valley going 1 – 3.

Smithers secondary, Charles Hays, and Ebenezer Christian all went 1 – 2 at the tournament, with Hazelton Secondary going 0 – 3.

The Caledonia boys are now done their zone play and are preparing for the provincial championships in Kelowna from November 26 – 30.

They are the only AAA school in the zone so they get an automatic berth at the provincials.

Centennial hosted zones here last weekend, with results not yet available at that time. Look for those results in next week’s edition of The Terrace Standard, or online at

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