WL Seaton wins Junior Girls Last Spike volleyball tournament in Revelstoke

Revelstoke Secondary School hosted the annual Junior Girls’ Last Spike Volleyball tournament this past weekend.

Pictured: RSS’s two junior girls volleyball teams.

By Barry Rourke, Revelstoke Secondary School

Revelstoke Secondary School hosted the annual Junior Girls’ Last Spike Volleyball tournament this past weekend. Sixteen teams from around the Interior participated, with WL Seaton from Vernon defeating Merritt Secondary in the final 25–19 and 25–15.

Revelstoke had two teams entered after a last minute dropout and finished seventh and 13th.

Junior girls will have league play in Salmon Arm this week and head off to Kamloops Friday to participate in the TRU Junior Howler volleyball tournament.

RSS Senior girls have league play in Vernon this week and then host the Senior Girls’ Last Spike volleyball tournament, with opening games starting at 10 a.m. on Friday.

 

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