Senior Boys and Junior Girls finish first at home town Volleyball tournament

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Both the Senior Boys and Junior Girls emerged with a gold medal finish, while the Senior Girls earned a hard fought second place. 

Saturday's first championship game had the North Peace Junior Girls defeat Dawson Creek in two straight sets, to earn the top honours. 

Next up Saturday afternoon was an extremely hard fought and entertaining Senior Girls championship game between North Peace Secondary and Chetwynd. Unfortunately, the home-town, Senior Girl Ooks were unable to bring home the gold, but battled through an up and down game, that saw multiple lead changes throughout the match. 

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Eventually, the match would result in a two game to none victory for Chetwynd, 29-27, 25-22,  resulting in the second place finish for the Ooks.

The final game of the afternoon saw the same schools compete who competed in the Senior Girls division, North Peace Secondary and Chetwynd.

The Senior Boys division produced opposite results as the girls, as the Ooks made quick work of Chetwynd, winning the championship in two sets, 25-16, 25-13. 

Following the Senior Boys championship game, players received their medals, while Player of the Game awards were also distributed. North Peace Senior Girls Player of the Game was awarded to Pam S. while Miles C. took home the honour for the boys. 

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