Revelstoke’s Linnea Allain plays the ball during the opening game of the grade eight girls Last Spike volleyball tournament on Saturday.

Revelstoke grade 8 girls second in Last Spike

Revelstoke Secondary School grade eight girls lose to Valleyview in finals of Last Spike tournament.

Revelstoke Secondary School’s team grade eight girls volleyball team made the finals of the Last Spike tournament on Saturday, where they fell to Valleyview Secondary School from Kamloops in two sets, 25–6 and 25–22.

RSS went 2–1 in round-robin play, falling in the opening game to Valleyview before rebounding to beat Shuswap Middle School and Golden Secondary School to make the finals.

Revelstoke’s junior boys and girls play their tournament on Oct. 18–19, while the senior girls host their tournament on Oct. 25–26.

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