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Flanagan MVP of Cascades' volleyball

Aaron Flanagan was named the Fraser Valley Cascades’ most valuable player for the men’s volleyball program.

The fourth-year right-side hitter, a Walnut Grove Secondary graduate, was sixth in kills in the B.C. College’s Athletic Association, with 3.22 per game, and sixth in the total offensive stats (blocks, kills and aces) with 3.89.

He received the award at the Cascades’ Athletic Banquet on Wednesday night.

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