With the turning of another page on the calendar, high school sports charge to the forefront as playoffs pull into view. But first comes one of the biggest invitational tournaments on the volleyball circuit.
ORDER ON THE COURT . High school senior girls volleyball, Friday and Saturday @ Riverside Secondary.
A number of B.C.'s top volleyball teams will be put through their paces this weekend, looking to sharpen their spikes and smashes. In attendance are powerhouses Heritage Woods (No. 1-ranked in AAAA) Pacific Academy (No. 1 - AA), South Delta (No. 2 - AAAA) and host Riverside (No. 5 - AAAA).
Action begins 3: 45 p.m. on Friday, with the last game starting at 8: 30 p.m. It picks up again Saturday 9 a.m. The final is slated to start at 5: 45 p.m.
COLLISION COURSE . High school football, Friday Nov. 2, 7 p.m. @ Percy Perry Stadium.
The Terry Fox Ravens line up against cross-district rival Centennial Centaurs for local bragging rights and to tune up for the AAA B.C.s.
With local bragging rights on the line and both teams battling for playoff seedings, the intensity should be at full force.
PACK MENTALITY . Premier men's soccer, Saturday, 3 p.m. @ Coquitlam Town Centre East.
Mired in a four-team tie for sixth place, the Coquitlam Metro-Ford Wolves have their hands full against No.
1 Estrella de Chile. However, the Wolves are coming off a strong win over ICST Pegasus and are eager to climb towards the top four.
. Other events worth checking out include: Hockey - Vancouver Northeast major midget Chiefs vs. Northwest Giants, Saturday 4 p.m. @ Planet Ice (2300 Rocket Way, Coquitlam; Port Moody jr. B Panthers vs. Mission, Saturday 7: 45 p.m. @ Port Moody Arena.