Zone winners

Centennial Christian School won the grade 8 zone championships held at Skeena Middle School Nov. 21.

Centennial grade 8 boys won their zone championship for the 2015-2016 year. Pictured here are the team

Centennial Christian School won the grade 8 zone championships held at Skeena Middle School Nov. 21.

Six teams competed: Centennial Christian, Bulkley Valley Christian, Skeena Middle, Prince Rupert Middle, Ebenezer Canadian Reformed and Hazelton.

Ebenezer and Centennial met in the final. Both sets were close but, in the end, Centennial prevailed, taking home the banner as the Grade 8 boys Volleyball Zone Champions.

Terrace athletes Carson Golder from Skeena and Ben Mantel from Centennial were named to the all-star team while Centennial’s Jacob Ringma was named tournament MVP.

 

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