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Mitch Duthie named PACWEST player of the week

Mitchell Duthie is in his 1st year at the College of the Rockies and the PACWEST. He is a 6’6” Right Side player from Prince George, B.C. With no Post-Secondary volleyball in Prince George, Duthie found his way to Cranbrook where he’s decided to start his PACWEST Career. In their first home stand of the season, Duthie was instrumental in the Avs weekend sweep over CBC. Duthie led the Avs offensively to two consecutive 3-0 sweeps over the Bearcats. He was a physical presence in both matches, continually putting balls away and putting up a large wall for the Avalanche to play defense behind. His domination at the net resulted in some timely kills including the match winning kill on Saturday in a 30-28 hard fought set. He finished the weekend with 21 kills including 35% kill efficiency for the Avs.

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15U Boys win Okanagan Super Series

April 1, 2012. The playoff round at the 15U Boys Okanagan Super Series was played on April Fools Day, but Joel Uy's 15U Kodiaks proved that they are no joke. The Kodiaks ended Saturday in third place in their pool but started to turn things around Saturday by knocking off the Eagles in their quarterfinal 25-21, 18-25, 17-15. After upsetting host Kelowna Kevlar Kids 25-18, 21-25, 15-13 in the semifinals, the boys swept Apex Crush in straight sets 25-23, 25-12 to claim PGYVC's second Super Series win of the 2012 season. 15ub-2012_1.jpg

Congrats to head coach Joel Uy, assistant coach Linden Smith and all of the athletes.

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TRIO OF KODIAKS SIGN LETTERS OF INTENT

March 26, 2012. Add Mackenzie Bouchard, Austin Cromarty and Trevor Zemlak to this year's crop of graduating Kodiaks that have sign letters of intent to play post secondary volleyball.

Bouchard has signed with Concordia College in Edmonton. Mackenzie, a libero/left side, also received an academic scholarship. Concordia plays in the Alberta Colleges Athleteics Conference. 

Cromarty is also heading to Alberta. He recently signed with Grande Prairie Regional College. The 6'3" right side hopes to make an immediate impact with the Wolves next season. 

Zemlak will be heading to College of the Rockies for his first season of post secondary play. Trevor is following in his big sister's footsteps.  Rebecca just finished her second year in Cranbrook with the Avalanche. 

More great finishes for our Kodiak girls!

March 25, 2012. Two of our Kodiak girls teams were in action last weekend and both came away with top five finishes. 15U Kodiaks - Amy placed third at the thirteen team Okanagan Super Series in Kelowna while 14U Kodiaks - Kim placed fifth out of twenty four teams at the Lower Mainland event in Burnaby. 

Morris Off To Victoria

Erika Morris, a 6'1" outside hitter/middle blocker who just recently finished her high school career at PGSS, has signed with the Camosun Chargers for next season. Camosun College, located in Victoria, play in the Pacwest conference of the Canadian College Athletic Association. The Chargers are coached by former PGYVC administrator Chris Dahl. Morris played for Dahl on the 18U Team BC that won the National Team Challenge Cup in Winnipeg in July. Erika also suited up for the Gold Medal winning entry from BC at the Western Canada Summer Games held in Kamloops in August.