Championship winning weekend in Prince George for Ooks and Oscars

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The NPSS girls team lost their first match to Corrileau in three sets. However, the loss didn’t discourage the girls, as they responded with a two set victory over Prince George Secondary School.

The North Peace Secondary Ooks then hit the court against Prince George in the semi-finals, handing PGSS a defeat 3 sets to 1, moving them into a rematch with Corrileau in the tournament finals.

Redemption was spelled O-o-k-s in the finals, as NPSS swept Corrileau 3-0, emerging as tournament champions, with Pam Sandberg and Alaura Lovell receiving all-star honours, while Thea Esau was named Most Valuable Player.

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Moving into the boys division, the young men swept their way through round robin play, defeating both Prince George Secondary School and Kelly Road 2-0 in sets.

The boys met Kelly Roads in the finals, with North Peace Secondary emerging victorious in three straight sets in the best-of-five finals.

It was a solid weekend for the Oscars, who returned home undefeated as tournament champions. Andrew Stewart and Jayden Roberts were named all-stars of the weekend, while Blain Cranston was named Most Valuable Player.

With their victories, both NPSS teams earned themselves trips to provincials, which will be taking place at the end of November.

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