Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall volleyball leagues have begun play. (File photo)

Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall volleyball leagues have begun play. (File photo)

Vernon adult volleyball league action continues

Weekly stats from Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall leagues

Greater Vernon Recreation Services’ fall volleyball leagues’ weekly results.

Leagues run Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

MONDAY GROUP 1 NOV. 16

(TEAM, WON/4, SEASON TOTAL PTS)

Big Spank 4-17

Always Get It Up 4-15

Just The Tip 1-13

Volley Llamas 3-11

Show Us Your Tips 0-3

MONDAY GROUP 2 NOV. 16

(TEAM, WON/4, SEASON TOTAL PTS)

Brace Yourself 3-15

Tony Danza’s Meat Locker 4-13

Alexander’s 0-8

The Blockheads 1-4

TUESDAY REC CO-ED Nov. 17

(TEAM, WON/4, SEASON TOTAL PTS)

Net Worth 3-18

Bump Set Maybe 1-17

Don’t Hit That 1-14

I’d Hit That 3-12

Bumpin Uglies 3-10

Rally Cats 3-10

Sponsored by CERB 1-8

Hard Bump Life 1-7

WEDNESDAY WOMEN’S NOV. 18

(Team, WON/4, SEASON TOTAL PTS)

Busy Volleys 3-18

Ballz Deep 3-17

I Like Big Bumps 4-15

Shoot Set 4-15

6 Pack 2-15

Misfits 3-14

On Your Knees 0-11

Hurricanes 3-9

Going Pro 1-9

Serves Up 1-9

Net Assets 4-8

Brown’s Transport 1-7

Served Hot 0-7

Rockem Sockem 3-4

Free Balling 0-1

THURSDAY WOMEN’S REC NOV. 12

(TEAM, WON/4, SEASON TOTAL PTS)

Girls Night Out 4-22

The Spares 4-21

Superset 3-19

Total Girls 4-15

Setsy And We Know It 2-13

Jet Set 2-12

Killer Queens 2-11

Westside Girls 2-11

Set For Life 1-10

Just The Tip 0-4

Drillers 0-3

Pink Ladies 0-3



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