Tyrone Wallas of the Quatsinogins tries to push the ball over the net as Robert King of the Little Indians looms on a block attempt during the B final of the co-ed volleyball tournament at Quatsino Hall Saturday evening.

Tyrone Wallas of the Quatsinogins tries to push the ball over the net as Robert King of the Little Indians looms on a block attempt during the B final of the co-ed volleyball tournament at Quatsino Hall Saturday evening.

Having a ball at the hall

The FGI's overcame a loss in the opening game to storm back for the A title in a volleyball tournament at Quatsino Band Hall Saturday.

COAL HARBOUR—The FGI’s overcame a loss in the opening game to storm back for the A title in a co-ed fundraising volleyball tournament at Quatsino Band Hall Saturday evening.

The Headhunters outlasted FGI’s 27-25 in the first game of the best-of-five format, but FGI’s rallied to pocket the title.

The Quatsinogins cruised to a three-game sweep of Lil Indians in the B final, avenging a loss to the Lil Indians in round-robin play earlier in the day.

The event was a fundraiser for a youth soccer trip to Hawaii this summer. Several of the place-winning teams donated their winnings to the cause.

The tourney drew 10 teams. The Yalis Warriors claimed third place in the A division; Wild Things finished third in the B.

 

 

VOLLEYBALL

Co-ed Fundraiser Tournament

at Quatsino Hall

B Division

Round-robin results

Whalers d. West Coast Ballers; Lil Indians d. Whalers; Wild Things d. Whalers; Lil Indians d. Quatsinogins; Wild Things d. West Coast Ballers;  Quatsinogins d. Wild Things; Quatsinogins d. West Coast Ballers; Lil Indians d. Wild Things; Lil Indians d. West Coast Ballers; Quatsinogins d. Whalers.

Semifinals

Lil Indians d. Whalers; Quatsinogins d. Wild Things.

3rd-4th

Wild Things d. Whalers.

Final

Quatsinogins d. Lil Indians, 25-22, 25-19, 25-19.

 

 

 

A Division

Round-robin results

FGIs d. Hikem; Headhunters d. Hikem; Hikem  d. Yalis Warriors; FGIs d. Headhunters; FGIs d. Yalis; Headhunters d. Yalis.

Semifinals

FGIs d. Yalis Warriors; Headhunters d. Hikem.

3rd-4th

Yalis Warriors d. Hikem.

Final

 

FGIs d. Headhunters

 

 

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