The Central Cyclones senior boys volleyball team are beginning their provincials Friday in North Battleford. 

Last year, Central was in the 5A division and made it to the playoff round at regionals before being eliminated by Yorkton. 

In the city season, they defeated Peacock and Avonlea en route to the city final, where they were defeated by Vanier. 

This year, their road began at regionals, where they finished with a 1-2 record, tied with two other teams, but advanced with Lumsden (1-2) and Vanier (3-0) to provincials, knocking Peacock (1-2) out.  

In 4A provinicials action this year, the Central boys have two games Friday and Saturday in the round robin, opening their tournament with host North Battleford St. Paul at 2 p.m.  and then taking on Sturgis at 4 p.m. 

Tomorrow, they conclude their round robin with a match against Meville at 9 a.m. and against Humboldt at 11. 

The playoffs start at 12:30 and will continue until the gold medal game at 5:30. 

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