Provincial AAA JV Girls Volleyball Championship

Nov 24–26, 2022
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Tim Brock
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Greetings from the MHSAA

Welcome to the Provincial Junior Varsity Volleyball Championships!

Nearly 6,000 student athletes participate in high school volleyball in Manitoba every year, making it one of our largest sports.  A great deal of hard work has gone into practice, matches and tournaments in preparation for this Championship.  All teams have now focused their attention on this weekend with the goal of becoming Provincial Champions.  We wish you success as you strive to achieve your ultimate goal and hope that the Provincials will be a special memory for you all.

Thank you to the organizing committee for your efforts in hosting this event.  The support of all the student and staff volunteers is very much appreciated and is a very valued component to the overall success of this Championship.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our major corporate partners for their tremendous support – Boston Pizza, Dairy Farmers of Manitoba, Manitoba’s Credit Unions, Manitoba Hydro, Mikasa, Luscious Orange, Payworks, Hudl, and Sport Manitoba.  

Congratulations to all who will be competing for the coveted title of MHSAA Provincial Champions.

Chad Falk
Executive Director
Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association

Clothing Sales

Clothing items can be purchased through a Kahunaverse Team website by clicking here.

Items for sale include:

Hoodies- $40.95

Long Sleeve- $25.25

T Shirts- $21.50

All clothing can be purchased indivdiually online and then the items will be shipped together to the athletes school for them to receive a week after the event.

Due Date for purchases to be ordered.. Tuesday, November 22nd @ Midnight


Tournament MVP

Laura Ellis #2- Outside Hitter- Neelin

Tournament All Stars

Kassie Puchailo #3- Libero- Neelin

Dana Linov #9- Setter- Neelin

Katey Ward #14- Middle- Neelin

Andrea Fischer #60- Millieu- Leo Remillard

Isabelle Boucher #43- Gauche- Leo Remillard

Ruby Harrisko #14- Setter- Stonewall


Pool 1
W.C. Miller AcesLinden Christian WingsNeelin SpartansNiverville Panthers BlackW-LRank
W.C. Miller Aces25-9, 25-1717-25, 16-2525-20, 25-212-12
Linden Christian Wings9-25, 17-2513-25, 21-2526-24, 21-25, 12-150-34
Neelin Spartans25-17, 25-1625-13, 25-2113-25, 25-8, 15-123-01
Niverville Panthers Black20-25, 21-2524-26, 25-21, 15-1225-13, 8-25, 12-151-23
Pool 2
Léo-Rémillard RenardsStonewall RamsJohn Taylor PipersWestgate WingsW-LRank
Léo-Rémillard Renards22-25, 29-27, 13-1523-25, 25-18, 7-1525-9, 25-151-23
Stonewall Rams25-22, 27-29, 15-1318-25, 25-20, 15-1025-20, 25-213-01
John Taylor Pipers25-23, 18-25, 15-725-18, 20-25, 10-1525-14, 25-212-12
Westgate Wings9-25, 15-2520-25, 21-2514-25, 21-250-34
Pool 3
R.D. Parker Collegiate Trojans Jr Volleyball GirlsSpringfield SabresGarden Valley ZodiacsChurchill BulldogsW-LRank
R.D. Parker Collegiate Trojans Jr Volleyball Girls17-25, 15-2517-25, 23-2522-25, 25-23, 4-150-34
Springfield Sabres25-17, 25-1525-22, 23-25, 8-1524-26, 24-261-23
Garden Valley Zodiacs25-17, 25-2322-25, 25-23, 15-819-25, 11-252-12
Churchill Bulldogs25-22, 23-25, 15-426-24, 26-2425-19, 25-113-01


Date & TimeVisitingHomeResultVenueGenderType
Nov 26, 2022
Neelin SpartansvsLéo-Rémillard Renards17-25, 25-12, 15-6Final - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
Stonewall RamsvsJohn Taylor Pipers25-13, 25-213rd Place - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
John Taylor PipersvsLéo-Rémillard Renards20-25, 25-19, 4-15SF2 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
Neelin SpartansvsStonewall Rams25-21, 25-23SF1 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
John Taylor PipersvsNiverville Panthers25-17, 26-24QF4 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
Léo-Rémillard RenardsvsW.C. Miller Aces29-27, 25-22QF3 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
Westgate WingsvsNeelin Spartans21-25, 18-25QF2 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 26, 2022
Stonewall RamsvsLinden Christian Wings25-20, 25-16QF1 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 25, 2022
Garden Valley ZodiacsvsLéo-Rémillard Renards18-25, 12-25#4 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 25, 2022
Springfield SabresvsJohn Taylor Pipers13-25, 25-23, 12-15#3 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 25, 2022
Churchill BulldogsvsWestgate Wings18-25, 15-25#2 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 25, 2022
R.D. Parker Collegiate TrojansvsStonewall Rams16-25, 13-25#1 - W.C. MillerJV GirlsBracket
Nov 25, 2022
Springfield SabresvsGarden Valley Zodiacs25-22, 23-25, 8-15W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
R.D. Parker Collegiate TrojansvsChurchill Bulldogs22-25, 25-23, 4-15ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
W.C. Miller AcesvsNeelin Spartans17-25, 16-25W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
Linden Christian WingsvsNiverville Panthers26-24, 21-25, 12-15ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
Westgate WingsvsLéo-Rémillard Renards9-25, 15-25W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
Stonewall RamsvsJohn Taylor Pipers18-25, 25-20, 15-10ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
Linden Christian WingsvsW.C. Miller Aces9-25, 17-25ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 25, 2022
Niverville PanthersvsNeelin Spartans25-13, 8-25, 12-15W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Linden Christian WingsvsNeelin Spartans13-25, 21-25ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Niverville PanthersvsW.C. Miller Aces20-25, 21-25W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Stonewall RamsvsWestgate Wings25-20, 25-21ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
John Taylor PipersvsLéo-Rémillard Renards25-23, 18-25, 15-7W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
R.D. Parker Collegiate TrojansvsSpringfield Sabres17-25, 15-25ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Churchill BulldogsvsGarden Valley Zodiacs25-19, 25-11W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Westgate WingsvsJohn Taylor Pipers14-25, 21-25W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Stonewall RamsvsLéo-Rémillard Renards25-22, 27-29, 15-13ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
R.D. Parker Collegiate TrojansvsGarden Valley Zodiacs17-25, 23-25ParksideJV GirlsRound Robin 1
Nov 24, 2022
Churchill BulldogsvsSpringfield Sabres26-24, 26-24W.C. MillerJV GirlsRound Robin 1

Championship Information

Student Life

Thursday at both schools classes will be taking place so athletes and visitors will be given specific spaces to hang out when the event is taking place. On Friday, Parent-Teacher Interviews will be happening at both schools, again athletes and visitors will be given specific spaces to remain while Provincials is happening.


Ecole Parkside School

  1. All parking happen at the baseball lot off of the campground road and/or along the campground road (North end of the school). No parking for spectators in our staff parking on the North side and No parking in our bus loop
  2. Teams and spectators and officials to enter our building through the back west doors so they can come in and go straight to the gym. 

W.C. Miller Collegiate

  1. There will be limited parking at the school on Thursday during school hours. Therefore we have received approval for parking along the street during our tournament dates. Town instructions below...
    1. lifting the parking ban along a section of 6th Street SE during the volleyball tournament being held at W.C. Miller Collegiate between November 24 and 26, 2022.  This temporary approval is limited to the west side of 6th Street SE only and for the portion from the southernmost parking lot access to 25 feet from the south property line
    2. The approval is also on the condition that the Town is not snow clearing during that time.  Since 6th Street SE is a collector street, it will be a priority for snow clearing and we would not be able to allow parking there until snow clearing is complete.  The Town will be asking the Altona Police Service to not enforce the no parking zone currently in place in the area and the time period as noted.  If Public Works needs to clear snow during that time, the no parking zone will be enforced.  We can confirm the status of the Town’s snow clearing when we get closer to the dates.

  2. Buses can be parked at the South West Church, two streets down.  

W.C. Miller Collegiate

Parkside Junior High

Rules & Regulations


ONLINE ROSTER due by SEPTEMBER 29. All JV and Varsity team rosters must be entered online regardless of whether they will be attending Provincial Championships. Schools with two teams or more, in a single gender/category (i.e. varsity girls), must complete separate online rosters for each team. No lateral movement allowed between rosters.

TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION must be entered online at the MHSAA website at least one week prior to the tournament start date. All tournaments MUST be registered online.

DECLARATION to a HIGHER CATEGORY must be declared by OCTOBER 14. Declaration must be made by emailing the Assistant Executive Director.

ZONE AND INTERZONE PLAY-OFFS The convenor must notify Greg by phone at 204-925-5642 or email ( following the conclusion of the zone championship (or when the zone representative has been declared). You must declare your representative for each category by:

J.V. (A/AA, AAA & AAAA) - Thursday, Nov. 17
“A”, “AA” - Saturday, Nov. 12
“AAA” - Monday, Nov. 21
“AAAA” - Friday, Nov. 18

WILDCARD APPLICATIONS are due by the date indicated below at 1:00 pm sharp. AAA Varsity, A/AA Junior Varsity and AAA Junior Varsity wildcards are open to zone semi-finalists and finalists only. AAAA Varsity and Junior Varsity wildcards are open to eligible teams. There are no wildcard spots for the A and AA Varsity Category. Applications must include the following:

- Letter of intent to participate signed by the Principal.
- All Schools applying for a wildcard must pay a $25 non-refundable application fee. Schools selected to play in a wildcard game will additionally be invoiced for the wildcard game fee of $75. The school will then have 20 working days from the date of the invoice to pay the fee(s) or they will be subject to further sanctioning.
- All teams applying for a wildcard will have their season record taken from the MHSAA website. Teams applying must ensure their online record accurately reflects all games played (league, exhibition, & tournament). Additionally, any team that participates in an out of province tournament or exhibition game must email with the date, opponent(s) and scores of those games by the deadline above.

If your application does not include the letter of intent, and/or is late, the application will not be considered. Wildcard game date and location will be determined once the teams have been selected. Automatic wildcard spots may be awarded. Wildcard Application Deadlines are as follows:

J.V. (A/AA, AAA & AAAA) – Thursday, Nov 13 by 1:00 pm
“AAA” – Friday, Nov 18 by 1:00 pm
“AAAA” – Thursday, Nov 17 by 1:00 pm 

SEEDING INFORMATION will be taken from the MHSAA website. All teams will have until the dates below to ensure their season record accurately reflects all games played throughout the season. Additionally, any team that participates in an out of province tournament or exhibition game must email with the date, opponent(s) and scores of those games by the deadline.

J.V. (A/AA, AAA, AAAA) Friday, Nov 18 by 1:00 pm
“A” & “AA” – Friday Nov. 11 by 1:00 pm
“AAA” – Tuesday, Nov 22 by 1:00 pm
“AAAA” – Friday, Nov 18 by 1:00 pm


A. FORMATS: (see draw appendix on page 125-126 of MHSAA handbook)

“AAA” Varsity, and “A/AA”, “AAA” & “AAAA” JV Formats – Twelve (12) girls and Twelve (12) boys teams. The boys and girls championships will use
the same format. There will be three power pools of four teams for round robin. Round Robin will be used to determine play-off seeding, as all teams will advance to single eliminate play-off. All round robin matches will be best two out of three. The 1st and 2nd set is won by the first team to score 25 points via rally-point scoring, with a minimum lead of two points. The deciding 3rd set is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of 2 points. (no point cap). “AAAA” all play-off matches are a best three out of five. A set is won by the team which first scores 25 points via rally-point scoring, with a minimum lead of two points. The deciding 5th set, if required, is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of 2 points. (no point cap). “A/AA” & “AAA” all play-off matches are a best two out of three. A set is won by the team which first scores 25 points via rally-point scoring, with a minimum lead of two points. The deciding 3rd set, if required, is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of 2 points. (no point cap).

“A” & “AA” Format –Sixteen (16) boys and (16) girls teams will be selected for placement in one of four Provincial Qualifiers. Format will be round robin with the first team earning a qualifier spot for provincials and the 2nd and 3rd place teams advancing into a play-off for the remaining qualifier spot. The top two teams from each Provincial Qualifier, along with the Zone 11 Champion, and Host school will advance to the Provincial Championship. The Provincial Championship will see Ten (10) girls teams and Ten (10) boys teams. The boys and girls championships will use the same format. There will be two pools, each with five teams. The top four teams from each pool will advance to the Championship side. There is no Consolation side. All matches are a best two out of three. The 1st and 2nd set is won by the first team to score 25 points via rally-point scoring, with a minimum lead of two points. The deciding 3rd set is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of 2 points. (no point cap).

“AAAA” Varsity - Twelve (12) girls and twelve (12) boys teams will compete in Regional Playdowns for the first two (2) rounds. The winners will then advance to the Final Four Championship. All matches are a best three out of five. A set is won by the team which first scores 25 points via rally-point scoring, with a minimum lead of two points. The deciding 5th set is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of 2 points. (no point cap).

B. RULES: the playing rules of Volleyball Canada shall govern the competition unless specified below. Special playing rules approved by the MHSAA will take precedent over rules in the official rulebook.

Junior Varsity Eligibility Rule: in order to be eligible for the junior varsity competition the athlete must meet the following requirements:
a) Participating athletes must be under the age of 17 as of midnight of the current school year, August 31.
b) Students are eligible to participate in junior varsity for two years. In determining the two-year clause, member schools must count grade 9
as the first year. The athlete's eligibility begins upon enrolment in grade 9 and is allowed two consecutive years of competition from time
of enrolment in grade 9

For “A” and “AA” schools students may compete in an unlimited number of matches at the varsity level and still maintain their eligibility to compete in the junior varsity Provincial Championships. Students must compete in a minimum of 6 games at the JV level in order to be eligible to compete in zone and provincial play-offs. Tournaments would count as two (2) games. NOTE: (the intent of this rule is to allow schools to utilize some athletes to form both teams NOT to better one and/or both teams)

For “AAA” and “AAAA” schools students may not compete in more than three matches at the varsity level. (league, exhibition, or tournament - Tournaments count as two matches). Rural “AAA” Junior Varsity teams are allowed to compete against rural varsity “A” and “AA” teams without these matches being counted as varsity level.

The libero number will be REQUIRED only on the rotation lineup card for each set and not on the player roster.

Teams will be allowed 12 substitutions per set. A player can be substituted unlimited up to the 12 substitutions per set.

The Official Ball is the Mikasa VQ200W-CAN (Red/White)

Tie Breaking Procedure:
If two or more teams are tied at the end of the preliminary round, the following criteria will be applied, in order:
a. The team having the best ratio of won/lost matches, considering matches between the tied teams, will be ranked higher;
b. The team having the best ratio of won/lost games, considering matches played between the tied teams, will be ranked higher;
c. The team having the best ratio of won/lost games, considering all matches of the round, will be ranked higher;
d. The team having the best ratio of points for/against, considering games played between the tied teams, will be ranked higher;
e. The team having the best ratio of points for/against, considering all games played during the round, will be ranked higher;
f. Toss of coin

When you apply this rule to break a tie you should follow this sequence:

i.When two teams are tied, the tie-breaking criteria are applied one after the other until the tie has been broken.
ii. When three or more teams are tied, the tie-breaking criteria are applied one after the other until all the tied teams have been ranked.

NOTE: This means that if there is a tie among teams X, V and Z and criteria “b’ is able to determine X as first, Y as second and Z as third, then no further criteria are to be used. The tie is broken. However, if criteria “b’ determines X as first and there is still a tie between Y and Z. then the ranking of the remaining teams will be determined by proceeding to criteria “c and so on, if necessary. Do not start at (a) again. Continue through the sequence of criteria using the results of teams x, y, and z for criteria (d).

Interzones are to be determined by the MHSAA. If the zone/interzone championship is won by the host school, then another wildcard spot becomes open. Interzone and wildcard games will be the best 3 out of 5. There will be no interzones in the varsity “A” & “AA” category.

Teams are to bring their own warm up balls

Net Heights: JV Boys – 2.35m JV Girls – 2.20m Varsity Boys – 2.43m Varsity Girls – 2.24m

Uniform Rule: Style and colour of uniform must be consistent throughout the team. Compression undergarments can be worn, with no restrictions on colour or length. Athletes, team members and coaches are not permitted to wear headwear during competition, opening ceremonies, awards ceremonies, banquets and/or luncheons. Inappropriate bench conduct (i.e., changing tops, jerseys, uniforms, at the bench or on the playing field) is not acceptable. Any athlete, team member or coach deemed in violation may be subject to a fine in the amount of $50-$200 assessed to the school. All uniforms must be numbered 1-99, (whole numbers). (While MHSAA allows 1-99, it is preferred that the appropriate numbers of 1-15 be used). Captains bars are not required on uniforms.

Coaches should be advised that if the uniform rule is not adhered to, the team may not be allowed to compete and may be fined up to $200. The school may also be put on probation (probation being that if the school violates the infraction again, the school may be fined $200 and be suspended from all MHSAA activities).

Advertising on uniforms must adhere to guidelines as outlined on pages 130-131 of MHSAA Handbook.

Game Limit - The maximum number of matches are 25 per season. Each tournament counts as 2 matches and the 25 match limit does not include league playoffs, zone playoffs, or provincial playoffs. It does include exhibition matches. Exceeding the game limit will result in a $200.00 fine to the school and possible exclusion from Provincial Championships.

ALL VARSITY “AAA” SCHOOLS INSIDE THE CITY OF WINNIPEG must play a minimum of 4 matches/games against AAA school in areas outside
of Winnipeg, two matches/games must be played outside city limits. Tournaments count as two matches. As long as the tournament is hosted by a
"AAA" school, 2 matches will be awarded, regardless of the classification of participating teams. All matches must be completed prior to zone play-offs. Failure to fulfill the requirement may result in the team being ineligible for Provincial Championships.

It is expected that all teams attend opening ceremonies and related functions (Banquets, etc.). Non-attendance may result in fines and/or further
sanctions against the school.

Awards Presentation: All teams that medal are expected to stay for the presentation of the awards. Teams may be fined for not being present for the awards. In each division, the championship team will receive the Championship banner, first place medals and Championship T-shirts The runner-up team in the championship event will receive a finalist banner and second place medals. The third place team in the championship event will receive third place medals (excluding "AAAA") Six All-stars and one MVP will be awarded. A Players Choice Award will be selected for Varsity only.

Schools with team rosters that exceed the allotted number of awards would be responsible for the cost of any additional awards required.

At all MHSAA Provincial Championships, interzone and wildcard games, participants must have a teacher from the school division in attendance as a supervisor, or they will not be allowed to compete. In individual sports where it may be unrealistic for one teacher to accompany one student, the zone may designate teacher supervisors for athletes. This must be a written request, signed by each principal involved, and approved by the MHSAA, well in advance. The designated teacher supervisor should have a copy of the letter, with them during the

Teachers employed in the school division where they are coaching a team, may be the supervisor for that team. The responsibility rests with the school to ensure that supervisor(s) are fully acquainted with all MHSAA rules, regulations, and consequences. Violation of this rule may result in a fine up to a maximum of $200.

The MHSAA, in cases of severe weather disruptions, may have to make decisions as to the possible rescheduling of Provincial Championships. MHSAA decisions will be based on Environment Canada weather reports, the Manitoba Highway reports and weather conditions at the host site.
Information on possible schedule changes will be posted on the host website between 6:30 and 7:00 am on the day of the Championship. Schools will also be emailed any changes. In case of inclement weather, schools should refrain from travelling to Provincial Championships until they receive notification from the MHSAA Assistant Executive Director with instructions and updated scheduling. Schools deciding to travel prior to receiving notification from MHSAA Assistant Executive Director do so at their own risk and will be responsible for their travel and hotel costs, should the event be postponed or changed.

Many schools travel to Provincial Championships on the day prior to the championship beginning. In cases where most schools are already at the host site, the convenor along with MHSAA assistant director will try to modify schedules to accommodate teams that will be arriving later due to weather conditions.