The Central Alberta Kings Volleyball Club U15 boys won gold at the Premier 3 even in Grande Prairie on the weekend. (Contributed photo)

Central Alberta Kings Volleyball Club U15 team wins gold in Grande Prairie

The Central Alberta Kings Volleyball Club U15 boys are on a roll heading into provincials next month.

They brought home gold last weekend from the Premier 3 event in Grande Prairie, edging Canada West to capture the tournament title.

After finished 1-2 in round robin play, the Kings knocked off the ACVC Steel, Northern Alberta Volleyball Club and FOG Black en route to the gold medal match.

CAKVC team members are Boris Berbic, Coen Good, Ben House, Tate Howell, Ethan LeMessurier, Kolton Rawlusyk, Justin Rix, Cole Saunders, Wade Stauffer, Justin Theriault, Jax Wasylowich and Luke Weddell.

They will host the Volleyball Alberta Provincials from May 4-5 at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre and Notre Dame High School.



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