Volleyball

The Mount Douglas Rams senior girls AAA team is set to compete in the provincial volleyball championships. (Photo courtesy of Derek Horton)

Saanich’s Mount Doug Rams on a roll heading into AAA girls volleyball provincials

Island champion senior girls team opens B.C.’s on Thursday in Vancouver

 

Coach Charles Parkinson is the only PACWEST conference coach to bring their team four consecutive wins. (File photo courtesy of Kevin Light)

Renowned volleyball coach Charles Parkinson to step back from Camosun Chargers

After departing in the new year, Parkinson said he’ll be looking at behind the scenes roles

 

The Pacwest conference has announced all fall sports have been cancelled. (Facebook photo)

B.C.’s Pacwest conference cancels all fall sports

Men’s and women’s soccer, golf, volleyball and basketball will not compete until 2021

 

Camosun College Chargers women’s volleyball team heads to nationals in Quebec City. (Camosun Chargers/ Twitter)

Camosun women’s volleyball team heads to nationals in Quebec

The team will play their first game on March 12 against the host team Élans de Garneau

Camosun College Chargers women’s volleyball team heads to nationals in Quebec City. (Camosun Chargers/ Twitter)
Saanich Parks asks public to provide input for its Horner Park Renewal Project. (Google)

Proposed renewal concept for Horner Park realeased

Project is set to start in early summer amid review of public input

Saanich Parks asks public to provide input for its Horner Park Renewal Project. (Google)
The Camosun Chargers men and women volleyball teams lose the gold metal match at the PACWEST Provincial Championships on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. (Camosun Chargers/Twitter)

Camosun’s two volleyball teams bumped out of provincial championship title

Camosun Chargers lose gold medal match on Saturday, Feb. 22

The Camosun Chargers men and women volleyball teams lose the gold metal match at the PACWEST Provincial Championships on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. (Camosun Chargers/Twitter)
Greg Russell (6) slams the ball over the net during 1976 Olympics action as a member of Canada’s men’s national volleyball team. Last weekend Russell was inducted in the athlete category in the Volleyball BC Hall of Fame.  Photo contributed

Ex-UVic Vikettes coach reflects on memorable career in volleyball

Kent Andrews, Greg Russell inducted into Volleyball BC hall of fame

Greg Russell (6) slams the ball over the net during 1976 Olympics action as a member of Canada’s men’s national volleyball team. Last weekend Russell was inducted in the athlete category in the Volleyball BC Hall of Fame.  Photo contributed
Belmont senior and junior girls volleyball teams had a great regular season and look to carry the momentum into the playoffs. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
Belmont senior and junior girls volleyball teams had a great regular season and look to carry the momentum into the playoffs. (Jessica Fedigan/News Gazette staff)
Hannah May (5), celebrates a B.C. 16-under championship with Victoria Volleyball Association teammates in 2016. May plans to accept a volleyball scholarship to Grant McEwen University in Edmonton starting in 2018. Photo submitted

Second Belmont player commits to university volleyball deal

Hannah May will head to Edmonton’s Grant MacEwan for 2018-19 season

Hannah May (5), celebrates a B.C. 16-under championship with Victoria Volleyball Association teammates in 2016. May plans to accept a volleyball scholarship to Grant McEwen University in Edmonton starting in 2018. Photo submitted
Hannah May, left, Savannah Purdy and Erin Mutch earned B.C. all-star berths playing for the Victoria Volleyball Association Team Black this club season. Purdy recently accepted a scholarship to attend and play at Trinity Western University starting in 2018.  Photo by Dean Purdy

Belmont volleyball star commits to Trinity Western University

Savannah Purdy to join decorated Langley-based program in 2018

Hannah May, left, Savannah Purdy and Erin Mutch earned B.C. all-star berths playing for the Victoria Volleyball Association Team Black this club season. Purdy recently accepted a scholarship to attend and play at Trinity Western University starting in 2018.  Photo by Dean Purdy
Members of the Victoria Volleyball Association Black 17-under women’s team, many of who attend Belmont secondary, rolled through pool play at the national club championships this weekend, only to be eliminated with a 2-1 loss (21-25, 25-14, 14-16) to a Mississauga team in the quarter-finals Sunday in Edmonton. Photo by Dean Purdy

Victoria-area volleyball girls finish top eight at club nationals

Ontario side stops Victoria team’s unbeaten streak in quarters at Edmonton

Members of the Victoria Volleyball Association Black 17-under women’s team, many of who attend Belmont secondary, rolled through pool play at the national club championships this weekend, only to be eliminated with a 2-1 loss (21-25, 25-14, 14-16) to a Mississauga team in the quarter-finals Sunday in Edmonton. Photo by Dean Purdy
Members of the Victoria Volleyball Association Black 17-under women’s team, many of who attend Belmont secondary, are all smiles after reaching the final of the B.C. club championships on Saturday in Richmond. They took silver after losing 2-0 to No. 1-ranked Team Academy from Vancouver. Photo by Dean Purdy

West Shore-flavoured side captures B.C. club volleyball silver

Belmont players dominate Victoria Volleyball Association 17U women’s roster

Members of the Victoria Volleyball Association Black 17-under women’s team, many of who attend Belmont secondary, are all smiles after reaching the final of the B.C. club championships on Saturday in Richmond. They took silver after losing 2-0 to No. 1-ranked Team Academy from Vancouver. Photo by Dean Purdy