KYLA SAVAGE OF the Ford Fiestas goes up for a hit in A Tier action of the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club's 18-team Fall Volleyball League. The Fiestas won the A Tier with a 3-1 finals victory over Return to Sender.

Ford Fiestas drive away with volleyball title

Defeat Return to Sender in Comox Valley Sports & Social Club final

The Ford Fiestas drove up as undefeated finalists and drove away as the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club’s undisputed volleyball champions.

The cohesive squad captained by Raffiel Kembejian didn’t lose a set en route to a 13-0 regular season record and first seed in the A Tier playoffs. They stayed on a roll when it counted, dispatching Return to Sender (10-3 record) by a 3-0 score in the final at the 19 Wing gym on Wednesday.

The 18-team co-ed volleyball league takes a break for December, though registration is open on the website at www.comoxvalleysports.ca until Jan. 6 for the winter league of sports like volleyball, indoor soccer, badminton, floor hockey and dodgeball. Interested players and teams can visit the website for more info or contact Scott at 250-898-7286 or scott@comoxvalleysports.ca.

The A* Team finished in third place in the A Tier with a 3-2 win over Planet Volleywood, while I Like Big Bumps rode a 3-2 win over Attack From Above for fifth place. Sticky Fingerz finished in seventh spot, ahead of Balls Deep.

The B Tier finals featured Show Us Your Tips rebounding from a loss in last winter’s final to take the championship this time around, on the back of a 3-1 win over Strike Farce.

Too School For Cool took third place with a 3-0 win over NIC Students, Floorplay finished fifth with a 3-1 win over Ancient Mariners and Getting Tipsy won 3-1 over Served on Ice for seventh spot. Bump ‘N Grind wrapped up ninth spot with a 3-1 win over Social Notwork.

– Comox Valley Sports & Social Club

 

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