KFed's Revenge wins 11 straight in intermediate beach volleyball

With an unblemished record heading into playoffs, it’s yet to be seen whether another team in the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club’s intermediate tier beach volleyball league can get on enough of a roll to steal a set, let alone a win from Ross Mackinnon’s powerhouse team called KFed’s Revenge.

The Revenge stacked up 11 straight wins in the regular season and will need three more in playoffs to secure first place, including a first-round meeting with eighth-seeded (5-6) Monday at the Standard Park beach volleyball courts. Also vying for first place are the Needle Park All-Stars (8-2-1) vs. the Vollies (6-4-1), Some Beach (8-3) vs. the Dirty Bandits (6-4-1), and the A* Team (5-2-4) vs. Hammertime (7-4).

The 14-team tier also features a set of consolation games to shake out the final seedings for the lower part of the tier, including I’d Hit That (4-6-1) vs. Show Us Your Tips (2-8-1), team Awesome (4-7) vs. Sand in My Shorts (2-7-2), and the Headshots (2-9) vs. the Ball Smackers (0-11).

Registration is open until Sept. 19 for the CVSSC’s tiered Indoor Volleyball League. Visit or contact Scott at (250) 898-7286 or for more information.


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