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NSSAF 2018 Volleyball Championships

December 3, 2018 by  
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2018 NSSAF  JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Girls Cobequid Education Centre Lockview High School Citadel High School

2018 NSSAF VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Girls D 1 Dartmouth High School Cobequid Education Centre Citadel High School
Girls D 2 West Kings District High School École secondaire de Par-en-Bas Strait Regional Centre for Education
Girls D3 East Antigonish Academy École Notre Dame de l’Annonciation Centre scolaire de la Rive-Sud
Boys D 1 Cobequid Education Centre École secondaire de Par-en-Bas Dartmouth High School
Boys D 2 Middleton High School Annapolis West Education Centre Centre scolaire de la Rive-Sud

Junior Varsity Girls

The CEC Cougars junior varsity girls volleyball team won the NSSAF crown last weekend in Truro. The Cougars ran the table on their way to winning a second straight provincial crown. Members of the team are, front row, from left, Paige Crosby, Haley Adams, Marlee McQuillan, Sarah Garrett, Alex Marshall, Georgia Bailey and Sam Van Wart; second row, coach Carrie Peck, MacKenzie Matheson, Abbie Langille, Abbie Archibald, Erin Reeves, Molly Marquis, Isabella Young, Sydney Davidson, Jenna Caldwell and coach Hilary Cormier.

Divison 1 Girls

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Division 2 Boys

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Division 3 Girls


Cobequid Cougars win 4th straight volleyball banner

Sean Gallie (9) displays four fingers after the Cobequid Cougars defeated Par-en-Bas to capture their fourth-straight NSSAF Division 1 boys’ volleyball championship at Dartmouth High on Saturday.
Sean Gallie (9) displays four fingers after the Cobequid Cougars defeated Par-en-Bas to capture their fourth-straight NSSAF Division 1 boys’ volleyball championship at Dartmouth High on Saturday. – Tim Krochak / The Chronicle Herald

The Cobequid Cougars captured their fourth straight NSSAF Division 1 boys’ volleyball championship on Saturday.

The Cougars were all business in a 25-12, 25-12 victory over Par-en-Bas to complete a perfect 48-0 season.

Thomas Vickers led the way for the Harvey MacEachern-coached Cougars in the tournament with 40 kills, 17 service points and 19 digs while Adam McEachren…


 

CEC girls capture junior varsity provincial crown

The CEC Cougars junior varsity girls volleyball team won the NSSAF crown last weekend in Truro. The Cougars ran the table on their way to winning a second straight provincial crown. Members of the team are, front row, from left, Paige Crosby, Haley Adams, Marlee McQuillan, Sarah Garrett, Alex Marshall, Georgia Bailey and Sam Van Wart; second row, coach Carrie Peck, MacKenzie Matheson, Abbie Langille, Abbie Archibald, Erin Reeves, Molly Marquis, Isabella Young, Sydney Davidson, Jenna Caldwell and coach Hilary Cormier.
The CEC Cougars junior varsity girls volleyball team won the NSSAF crown last weekend in Truro. The Cougars ran the table on their way to winning a second straight provincial crown. Members of the team are, front row, from left, Paige Crosby, Haley Adams, Marlee McQuillan, Sarah Garrett, Alex Marshall, Georgia Bailey and Sam Van Wart; second row, coach Carrie Peck, MacKenzie Matheson, Abbie Langille, Abbie Archibald, Erin Reeves, Molly Marquis, Isabella Young, Sydney Davidson, Jenna Caldwell and coach Hilary Cormier. – Contributed

TRURO, N.S. – The Cobequid Cougars junior varsity girls volleyball team won the Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation title last weekend.

The Cougars defeated the Lockview Dragons in straight sets (25-15, 25-10) in the final.

Cobequid went undefeated and posted round-robin wins over Lockview (25-16, 25-23), Digby (25-6, 25-13) and Riverview (25-11, 25-9) to finish first in its pool.

In the semifinal, the Cougars downed the Citadel Phoenix (25-16, 15-12) to advance to advance to the championship match. Citadel captured bronze with a 25-19, 25-15 win over Parkview.

It was the second straight provincial title for the Cougars, who won in 2017 in Digby.

The team is coached by Carrie Peck and Hilary Cormier, while Ally Fanning, a former CEC setter, is an assistant coach with the team and also serves as trainer.

Sydney Davidson led the JV Cougars’ attack with 29 kills followed by Molly Marquis with 17 and Marlee McQuillan and Paige Crosby with 15 each. Abbie Archibald was the top server with 19 aces and 47 successful serves. McQuillan had 16 aces and 39 successful serves, while Abbie Langille had 13 aces and 36 successful serves.

Marquis led the team in serve-receive with 14 perfect passes, while Sarah Garrett had 12 perfect passes. Garrett was also the top defender with 17 spike digs followed by Marquis with 10 spike digs and three tip digs. McQuillan led the team in blocking with 23 blocks.

Returning from an ankle injury and playing for the first time in the past six weeks, Alex Marshall had 11 blocks. Archibald had an outstanding performance as the CEC setter, running a varied and balanced attack.

This weekend the Varsity Cougars travel to Bridgewater for the NSSAF Division 1 championship, hosted by the Parkview Panthers. CEC will enter the tournament as the top seed, having won seven of the eight tournaments they entered this season and losing only one match all year.

 


Citadel, Cobequid chasing more banners at NSSAF volleyball championships

The Citadel Phoenix girls’ and Cobequid Cougars’ boys are looking to extend their domination in NSSAF volleyball when championship action begins on Friday.

The Phoenix are in the hunt for a fifth straight girls’ championship in the tournament being hosted by Park View Education Centre.

They will be joined Cobequid, Riverview, Dartmouth, Sir John A. Macdonald, Park View, Dr. J.H. Gillis and Lockview.

The Cobequid boys’ will compete at Auburn Drive in search of their fourth straight title. Joining the Cougars and host Eagles are Dartmouth, West Kings, Citadel, Par-En-Bas, Auburn Drive, Sackville and Horton.

Division 2

Clare will be out to repeat as the girls’ champions in the tournament hosted by South Colchester Academy. Also competing are 2017 runner-up SAERC, West Kings, Millwood, Richmond, Digby and Par-En-Bas. Host Cape Breton Highlands will vie for the boys’ title with Pomquet, AWEC, Dalbrae, Rive-Sud, Middleton, South Colchester and NDA.

Division 3

Rive-Sud will host the girls’ championship tournament that features NDA, Sacred Heart, Pomquet, Drumlin Heights, East Antigonish, Inverness and Hants North

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