Dover Bay AAA boys win bronze

The Dover Bay Dolphins senior AAA boys’ volleyball team had a podium finish to their season.

The Dover Bay Dolphins senior AAA boys’ volleyball team had a podium finish to their season.

The squad finished third at provincials in Langley on the weekend after defeating the Moscrop Panthers 18-25, 25-23, 17-15 in the bronze-medal match Saturday.

The Dolphins were selected as the tournament’s most sportsmanlike team. Jeff Webb was named a first-team all-star and Nathan Ziemanski was a second-team all-star.

Dover lost in the semifinals in four sets to the eventual-champion Oak Bay Bays.

The Woodlands Eagles senior boys were also in Langley, as AA provincials were held there, too. The Eagles finished 14th and Sam Harder was an honourable mention all-star.

Woodlands’ senior AA girls competed at provincials in Kelowna and placed 10th. They earned wins against Smithers, D.P. Todd and West Point Grey.

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