Mt. Sentinel Wildcats boys volleyball team has placed sixth competing at the 2014 Boys ‘A’ Volleyball Provincial Championships in Abbotsford today. Pictured: Mt. Sentinel (yellow jersey)-Credo Christian Kodiak's game at noon on Friday.

Mt. Sentinel boys volleyball place sixth at provincials

The South Slocan high school team traveled to Abbotsford to compete in the 2014 Boys 'A' Volleyball Provincial Championships.

The Wildcats boys volleyball team has placed sixth competing at the 2014 Boys ‘A’ Volleyball Provincial Championships in Abbotsford today.

The team fought hard against Fernie in their last game this afternoon but lost 26-24.

The South Slocan high school team traveled with their coach and school principal Glenn Campbell for the tournament which saw them on the court from November 20 to 22.

Mt. Sentinel won their first three matches against Chemanius, Fernie and Kelowna on Thursday.

The solid competition saw the Wildcats lose to Bulkley Valley Christian School on Friday. Later that day, Mt. Sentinel was edged out by Fraser Valley Credo Christian School, 2-1. Later that evening, the Wildcats fought hard in the quarter finals against Centennial Christian but Centennial won 3-2.

This morning the South Slocan team won 2-0 against Ucluelet. That win brought them to play Fernie battling for fifth and sixth place provincially.

The tournament is still underway for the top four teams. The Abbotsford Christian School is hosting the games with 12 teams competing from across the province.

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