Michael Paschuk of the Mixed Nuts hits the ball past the Strike Farce defence in a B Tier playoff game of the CVSSC's 20-team Indoor Volleyball League.

Comox Valley Sports & Social Club championships decided

Face Down Pass Up win A Tier volleyball, The Dirty Danglers take A Tier indoor soccer crown

The fun and games continue non-stop for the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club, which recently concluded two of their many leagues.

The record 20-team Indoor Volleyball League wrapped up in fine fashion with Face Down Pass Up beating the Orville Readyblockers to win the A Tier title while Strike Farce captured B Tier honours with a 3-1 win over Served On Ice.

Meanwhile, The Dirty Danglers emerged victorious in the A Tier of the CVSSC’s 15-team Indoor Soccer League with a 7-6 shootout win over Epic.

The Subs Bench won the B Tier final with a 12-7 win over the Free Lions. Registration is now open for the CVSSC’s spring leagues, including outdoor soccer, at comoxvalleysports.ca

– Comox Valley Sports & Social Club


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