The Central Alberta U18 Kings won silver at the Premier 2 event in Lethbridge on the weekend. Back row: Coach Travis Czainski, Coach Pat McIntyre, Josh Gagnon, Evan Labonne, Justin Wasylowich, Kaeden Boorman, Bradley Roslinsky, Coach Kelly Roslinsky. Front Row: Cody Noble, Jacob Hicks, Colby Nemeth, Kyle Rix, Spencer Purdie. (Contributed photo)

18U Kings win silver at Volleyball Alberta Premier 2

The Central Alberta U18 Kings had a successful showing in the Volleyball Alberta Premier 2 in Lethbridge.

The Kings went 7-1 on the weekend and had to settle for silver after their only loss on the weekend in the gold medal game to the Calgary Canucks. They are ranked second going into the next premier event.

The team featured, Josh Gagnon, Evan Labonne, Justin Wasylowich, Kaeden Boorman, Bradley Roslinsky, Coach Kelly Roslinsky

Front Row: Cody Noble, Jacob Hicks, Colby Nemeth, Kyle Rix, Spencer Purdie, along with coaches Travis Czainski and Pat McIntyre.

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