Isfeld Ice now on consolation side of draw at B.C. AA high school boys volleyball championships

The Isfeld Ice senior boys volleyball team slipped to the placement side of the B.C. AA high school championships Thursday in Langley.

After going 0-3 in round-robin pool play Wednesday, the Ice fell 3-0 (12-25, 21-25, 12-25) to College Heights Cougars in the first round of the playoffs Thursday morning.

Now on the consolation side of the 16-team draw, the Ice will meet Lambrick Park at 3 p.m. today. If they win all their remaining games, Isfeld can finish as high as ninth at the 16-team tournament.

The tourney continues through Friday with the bronze medal game (2 p.m.) and gold medal game (7 p.m.) set for Saturday at the Langley Events Centre.

The Ice, seeded #12, dropped their first pool game Wednesday 18-25, 19-25 to #10 seed Prince Charles Bulldogs of Creston.

Isfeld then fell 15-25, 20-25 to #9 Hugh McRoberts Strikers of Richmond and 20-25, 28-30 to #11 Clarence Fulton Maroons of Vernon.

Results are available on the tournament website, www.bchighschoolboysvolleyball.com

 

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