Scott Devlin of the Ace Holes leaps into the air for a big smash during beach volleyball action at the Powder Springs on Sunday. Devlin and his sister Robin won the 2-on-2 tournament

Photo: A smashing day for volleyball

The Aceholes, Scott & Robin Devlin, won the volleyball tournament at the Powder Springs on Sunday. California Dreaming won the 5-on-5 event

Scott Devlin of the Ace Holes leaps into the air for a big smash during beach volleyball action at the Powder Springs on Sunday. Devlin and his sister Robin won the 2-on-2 tournament, while Califonia Dreaming – consisting of Mike Lombardo, Chris Chagko, Jodi Lavigne, Michelle Fulton and one other – won the 5-on-5 tournament. The Powder Springs’ parking lot was filled with sand, spectators and volleyball players who both enjoyed and suffered through the 30 C weather over the weekend for the annual tournament that also featured live music.

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