An RSS player goes up for a big hit during the bronze medal game against W.L. Seaton Secondary on Saturday during the junior girls Last Spike volleyball tournament.

Junior girls wind up fourth in Last Spike volleyball tournament

The Revelstoke Avalanche finished fourth in the 2012 junior girls' Last Spike volleyball tournament.

The Revelstoke Avalanche finished fourth in the 2012 junior girls’ Last Spike volleyball tournament at Revelstoke Secondary School last weekend, losing in two sets to W.L. Seaton Secondary in bronze medal match.

The Selkirk Storm defeated the Okanagan Mission Huskies 25-17 and 25-14 in the gold medal game to take the tournament title.

RSS began its tournament on Friday with a 25-17, 25-6 win over Golden Secondary School. They followed that up with a win over King’s Christian School from Salmon Arm before losing to Okanagan Mission in their final round-robin game.

In Saturday’s quarterfinals, RSS came from behind to beat A.L. Fortune 11-25, 25-23, 15-10. In the semi-finals, the Avalanche lost to Selkirk 25-7, 25-13, putting them into the bronze medal game.

There, they lost in an exciting, well played game to Seaton.

This week the grade eight girls host league play on Monday at 4 p.m. The senior boys play at home on Tuesday and the Senior Girls host the Last Spike tournament on Friday and Saturday.

The final standings of the junior Last Spike are as follows:

1. Selkirk Secondary School – Kimberly

2. Okanagan Mission Secondary – Kelowna

3. W.L. Seaton Secondary School – Vernon

4. Revelstoke Secondary School

5. A.L. Fortune Secondary – Enderby

6. Eagle River Secondary – Sicamous

7. King’s Christian – Salmon Arm

8. Golden Secondary School

 

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