Senior boys and girls volleyball teams wrap up weekend tournament in Prince George

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The girls ended the first day of the tournament at 1-1. They fell in their opening game against the second ranked team in their pool as Cedars Secondary School won by scores of 25-17, and 25-14. The team was able to rebound nicely in their second game however as they played Fort St. James. The senior girls from North Peace Secondary won 25-13, and 25-16.

In the second day of the event the team finished tied for third in their pool after once again splitting their first two games. The team lost to Terrance Secondary 25-22, and 25-16, but came back to win against Prince George Secondary 25-13, 18-25, 15-4. The result put the team in a crossover game to break the tie which the team won against DP Todd 30-28, 16-25, and 15-4.

The team fell in their final two games. They lost in the semi finals to Cedars Secondary once again 25-21 and 25-19, and in the third place game to Terrace Secondary 16-25, 25-19, 15-9.

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The senior boys started things off on the right foot. They defeated Duchess Park 26-24, 25-16. The second game didn’t go as well as the squad lost to Houston in two sets. The team struggled with serving and passing consistently in the game.

They wrapped up the round robin on a high note. The team played against Correlieu and won in two sets 25-13. The team eventually found themselves in the consolation finals against Smithers and finished with a win. The boys won in two sets 25-16, and 25-18. The team finished showing good blocking skills and communications.

Next weekend both teams hit the road once again as they travel to Edmonton for the Strathcona tournament.

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