Abbotsford volleyball teams battle for Fraser Valley gold

MEI Eagles senior girls, ACS Knights senior boys looking for Fraser Valley crown

The Mennonite Educational Institute Eagles senior girls volleyball team is going for gold tonight in the Fraser Valley AA finals tonight (Thursday) inside the MEI gym.

The Eagles, the defending senior girls provincial champions, opened the tournament with a win on Tuesday against Holy Cross, and then defeated Langley Christian on Wednesday.

Those wins set up the Eagles for a gold medal date with Pacific Academy, which occurs tonight at 7:30 p.m.

The Abbotsford Christian Secondary Knights senior boys team also is set to battle for gold tomorrow (Friday) against LCS in the Fraser Valley AA boys final.

The Knights had a bye to the semifinals on Wednesday, when they defeated Langley Fundamental. The gold medal game occurs tomorrow at 8 p.m. inside the ACS gym.

The MEI Eagles senior boys team, who are competing in the same AA division, take on Langley Fundamental for bronze tomorrow at 6 p.m. inside the ACS gym.

Read Wednesday’s print edition of the Abbotsford News for full details on how all the teams fared.

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