Knights win B.C. Christian Schools volleyball title

The Kelowna Christian Knights celebrate the B.C. Christian schools girls
The Kelowna Christian Knights celebrate the B.C. Christian schools girls' provincial volleyball title on the weekend in Abbotsford.
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Persistence has paid off for the Kelowna Christian Knights senior girls' volleyball program.

After settling for bronze in 2011 and a silver medal in 2012, the Knights are finally at the top of the heap in B.C. Christian School Sports girls volleyball.

The Knights, ranked No. 1 at the A level in B.C., captured the BCCSSAA provincial  championship last weekend in Abbotsford with a victory over Surrey's Pacific Academy in the final.

The teams first met in pool play with KCS emerging with a 2-0 win.

In the final, the Knights won the opener 25-22, only to have Pacific rebound for a 25-16 victory in the second set.

In the deciding set, a battle to the finish saw KCS triumph 15-13 to earn the gold medal.

"It was a real nail-biter at the end but we prevailed," said Knights' coach Rob Smith.

The Knights' Jacqueline Sellers was named the tournament's MVP, while Micaylee Pucilowski was named to the first all-star team.


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