District junior, Grade 8 volleyball champions crowned at Langley Events Centre

Bragging rights were decided on the Langley Events Centre gymnasium court last week.

The Langley district volleyball championships for Grade 8 and junior boys and girls drew teams from across the community.

From the district tournament, the top teams qualify for the Fraser Valley championships.

Results are as follows:

Jr. Girls

1st – Langley Christian

2nd – Langley Fundamental

3rd – Walnut Grove

4th – Credo Christian

 

Jr. Boys

1st – Langley Fundamental

2nd – Langley Christian

3rd – Walnut Grove

4th – Credo Christian

Grade 8 Girls

1st – Langley Christian

2nd – Walnut Grove

3rd – Credo Christian

4th – Langley Fundamental

Grade 8 Boys

1st – Langley Fundamental

2nd – Langley Christian

3rd – Credo Christian

4th – H.D. Stafford

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