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SHSAA 2A provincial boy's volleyball championships underway in Regina

Host Harvest City Christian Academy Reapers are seen taking on the Hepburn Hawks. (BritDort/CTVNews) Host Harvest City Christian Academy Reapers are seen taking on the Hepburn Hawks. (BritDort/CTVNews)

The Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association 2A boy’s volleyball championship tournament is underway at Harvest City Christian Academy and Ecole Monseigneur de Laval.

“Everyone’s really excited, there’s a little bit of nervousness in the air, but I think most people are comfortable and just ready to play,” Grade 12 Harvest City Christian Academy player, Maddox Michaylow said.

The two-day tournament began Friday with opening ceremonies. The two host teams will compete alongside eight more from across the province: Lashburn, Eston, Birch Hills, Sturgis, Langenburg, St. Wahlburg, Wilkie, and Hepburn.

“Since it’s 2A, it’s still pretty high [level]. Lots of people will say smaller schools don’t have as good of play or players but I think we still have really high players here, especially at provincials. Everyone’s earned their spot, everyone’s grinded all season in practice and games [to get here],” Michaylow said.

The 10 teams are split into two pools, with the top eight facing off in a playoff bracket. The final game is slated for 5:30 p.m. on Saturday at Harvest City Christian Academy. Top Stories


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