Senior boys and girls volleyball teams enter second day of tournament at 1-1

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The senior girls lost their first game against Cedars Secondary School. The second ranked team in the pool won by scores of 25-17, and 25-14. The girls would bounce back in their second game against Fort St. James however. The NPSS girls won in two sets by scores of 25-13, and 25-16.

The senior boys opened with a game against Duchess Park and won the contest 26-24 and 25-16. Duchess Park previously beat the senior boys squad last weekend in straight sets. Coach Diane Sandberg attributes the win to great passing and serving.

The team wasn’t was fortunate in their second game as they fell to 1-1 with a loss against Houston in two sets. The passing and serving that was strong against Duchess Park failed to find any consistency in the contest.

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Both teams resume play this morning.

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