Doubles action at the Powder Springs Inn Volleyball tournament over the weekend.

Fun in the sand and sun

The back parking lot of the Powder Springs Resort was transformed into a beach volleyball court over the weekend. The sun finally showed up for summer, allowing some competitors to get their shirts off for a proper game of beach volleybal

The back parking lot of the Powder Springs Resort was transformed into a beach volleyball court over the weekend. The sun finally showed up for summer, allowing some competitors to get their shirts off for a proper game of beach volleyball.

Salmon Arm team Shake ‘n’ Bake won the two-on-two competition. Team members Kyle Robinson and Justin Fyme take home four passes to RMR, as well as a personal training session and a month pass at Trans-Canada Fitness.

Revelstoke’s Morning Jacket team won the five-on-five event. Their team consisted of James Moch, Derek Lammie, Marle Ostiguy, Virginia Arbour and Jason Thomas. They won a lot of beer schwag, a massage from Thunderbird Therapy, tanning, haircuts and scalp detox from Escape Within, as well as gift certificates from Areaworx.

Powder Springs Resort general manager Emma Kirkland wished to thank H&J Ready Mix for their donation of the sand for the event.  Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

 

 

 

 

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