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April 28, 2016

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Rianna Nicole Briere passed away tragically on April 22, 2016. Rianna was a member of the 15U Girls Kodiak Black team. Rianna was a favourite among all those that had the pleasure of coaching her as well as with her teammates. She was easy to spot on the court with that amazing smile on her face. 

On behalf of it's players, parents, coaches and volunteers, the Prince George Youth Volleyball Club would like to extend it's deepest sympathies to the Briere family and all those close to Rianna. 

 

 

Kodiak Schedules - April & May

Below are the schedules for the months of April and May. Please click on appropriate week to view PDF.

March 31, 2016

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The morning of March 27, 2016 Ryan Thibault passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer. On the volleyball court, Ryan was a fierce competitor that was respected by his opponents and loved by his teammates. In the last few years Ryan turned his focus to coaching. In that short time he had already made quite a name for himself. He was wonderful with the young athletes and wise beyond his years. Ryan had the ability to make every player feel like they were special. His contributions to the volleyball community in Prince George will be felt for many years to come. Most importantly, Ryan was an amazing person. Ryan was just the best. He will be sadly missed.

2016 Northern Open Championships

RESULTS:

15/16U DIVISION:

1. Chetwynd Chargers

2. 16U Kodiaks Black

3. 15U Kodiaks Red

14U Division:

1. 14U Kodiaks Red

2. 14U Kodiaks Black

3. 13U Kodiaks

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PGYVC ICEBREAKER TOURNAMENT

PGYVC ICEBREAKER TOURNAMENT FINAL RESULTS:

 

15U DIVISON:

1. KODIAKS BLACK

2. KODIAKS RED

3. TERRACE

4. QUESNEL COBRAS

 

14U DIVISION:

1. KODIAKS RED

2. NORTHWEST

3. KODIAKS BLACK

4. 13U KODIAKS

18U TEAMS OFF TO CALGARY

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The 18U Boys Kodiaks and 18U Girls Kodiaks Red held their last practices before they head to the Canadian Open Championships in Calgary. After a short workout the teams played a modified match on a 2.24m net. The boys were required to attack from the back row only but were allowed to block as normal. The girls led the first set until a huge block at 23-22 by the boys. The boys prevailed 26-24 and then followed with a 25-14 win.

Prior to the match Brandon Chow entertained the teams with his own trivia game, "How Well Do You Know Brando?". The winner of the game was Ethan Donison, who won the privilege of giving Brandon a new hair cut prior to nationals.

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