Volcanoes Take Down Capitals in Final Match of Regular Season Series

What a game between the Vancouver Volcanoes and the Salem Capitals on a Friday night. The Volcanoes were down 29-20 after the first quarter and 53-42 at halftime. After halftime, the Volcanoes made a comeback, but they were still losing 75-72 after the third quarter. However, in the fourth quarter, the Volcanoes scored 27 points to win the game 99-95. This win improves the Volcanoes’ record to 15-4 on the season.

Leading the charge for the Volcanoes was Elijah Ford, who scored a game-high 25 points. Markus Golder also made a significant contribution with a double-double, scoring 16 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. The next game is a crucial one, a battle between two teams vying for the first seed in the playoffs. The Seattle Superhawks, fresh from a dominant victory over the Emerald City Jaguars with a score of 174-93, are in town. The Volcanoes, with a 2-1 record against the SuperHawks this season, are ready for the challenge. The game is scheduled for 7 PM at Hudson’s Bay High School.

As a reminder, on May 25th from 3 to 7 PM, the Vancouver Volcanoes and the HOPE For The Good Foundation will be hosting the “We Got Next!” Community Fest, which will highlight Local Vendors, Fun Basketball Activities, and Free Volcanoes Youth Clinics! The best part is that if you come to the Community Fest, you’ll get a stamp that gives you free admission to that night’s Volcanoes home game!