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Volleyball BC Grass Tournament


The 4on4 NO FLOOR Grass Tournament took place at Citizen Field on Sunday, August 24 with twelve mixed teams and four junior girls teams taking part.

The Junior Girls Division winners were:

Nicole Watt, Jynessa Kaulback, Grace Meehan, Kendal Samuelson, Micaela Young

The Mixed Open winners were:

Matt Kreuger, Matt Lofgren, Hallie Drezet, Jenna Sutton






     Special thanks to the Prince George Senior Men's Baseball League for allowing us to use Citizen Field!


May 14, 2014

With Nationals now wrapped up and their club volleyball careers over, Kristen Anton and Danika Kettles can now focus on the next stage of their volleyball careers.

Anton heads to Trinity Western University. The highly touted 6'3" middle blocker caught the eye of head coach Ryan Hoffer and is now excited to be a part of what is annually one of the top women's programs in the highest calibre women's league in Canada. Anton will be joining the likes of fifth year middle blocker Alicia Perrin, a member of Canada's National Team.

Kettles is going Alberta to join the Grande Prairie Wolves, who captured the silver medal at the CCAA National Championships in Toronto in 2014. Danika should feel right at home in GP. The 5'11" outside hitter will join fifth year setter Jordan Drezet as well as middle blocker Sarah Loedel and outside hitter Gabby Rainbacher. Loedel returns to the Wolves after a two year break. Rainbacher took one year off. Both ladies coached and training with the PGYVC this season.

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Anton: owns the net and also models      Kettles: also a high school bronze medalist


The Prince George Youth Volleyball Club would like to thank both ladies for representing our club and our city so well. We would also like to wish them the best of luck with their post secondary careers. An annual PGYVC scholarship to go towards the cost of their education will be presented to both ladies at a later date.


The inaugural golf tournament was a huge success with over 51 golfers taking part.

Here are our big winners:

Jeff Janzen and Keenan Hobson - alternate shot champions (PG Plastics trophies, Golftown gift cards)

Justin Waterson - Closest To The Pin (trip to Kamloops to attend at WolfPack home game)

Sheryl Fillion - Women's Longest Drive (Gord Perrin Autographed Team Canada Jersey)

Dalton Jones - Men's Longest Drive (Gord Perrin Autographed Team Canada Jersey)

Plus many more prizes were drawn.

We'd like to thank all of our sponsors!


Spruce Credit Union

Center City Electric

Spruce Credit Union

Strike Zone

Cariboo Chrome


PG Plastics


And a bit of fun after dinner:


GP in da house! (just kidding, Kodiak alumni Dalton Jones wearing former Pack member Gord Perrin's Team Canada jersey.


From left to right: Kim Forrest, Chad Grimm, Lee Allard, Pat Hennelly, Ian Carson, JP Martin.golf2.jpg

Rumour has it there may have been a few cervezas consumed the Foot table.


The Roberson's (apparently better in the gym than on the golf course).


Tourney champ Jeff Janzen (middle) with wife Judy and TRU's Spencer Reed.


A table full of big fans of Carson's big beard!


The kids table: Actor Madison Smith, current Kodiak Hallie Drezet, 16U coach Linden Smith, TRU's Jared Mitchell, current Kodiak Anika Kolybaba and Kodiak alumni Kelsey Piner and Sarah Loedel.

15U Girls Kodiaks Kim - Havin' Fun and Gettin' It Done!





14U Kodiaks - Paul at the Northern Invitational