Terry Fox Ravens' Ryan Sclater was named most valuable player in leading his team to the B.C. AAA senior boys championship title at the Langley Events Centre. Sclater is joining the Trinity Western Spartans volleyball team in the fall.

Terry Fox Ravens' Ryan Sclater was named most valuable player in leading his team to the B.C. AAA senior boys championship title at the Langley Events Centre. Sclater is joining the Trinity Western Spartans volleyball team in the fall.

Sclater turns focus to volleyball

Most valuable player set to join Langley's Trinity Western Spartans volleyball program in the fall

With a championship and most valuable player honours secured, Terry Fox Ravens’ Ryan Sclater now shifts his focus.

Sclater led the Ravens with 17 points as they defeated the Walnut Grove Gators 75-74 in the B.C. AAA senior boys provincial basketball championship game on Saturday at the Langley Events Centre in his final high school game.

But Sclater will be returning to the LEC, only this time in the gymnasium, when he suits up for the Trinity Western Spartans volleyball team in the fall.

And while the Ravens have no volleyball program, that has not stopped the six-foot-seven outside hitter from Port Coquitlam.

Sclater has spent the past two seasons as amember of Team BC, including captaining the squad to gold at the 2011 Western Elite Championship. He also plays for the Langley-based Fraser Valley Volleyball Club.

He is also a member of the Centre of Excellence, a Volleyball Canada which provides high performance training.

Sclater also excels in the classroom, boasting a 96 per cent average and a 4.3 grade point average.

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