Senior volleyball teams conclude tournament in Edmonton

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Things started off very well for the senior girls squad. The team won their division in a tournament where many of the best teams from Alberta were taking part. The result put the team in the championship bracket and their first game was against the best team in Alberta, Holy Trinity.

The team competed hard but lost in two games by a score of 25-12, and 25-17. Coach Elena Schmidt was happy with how the girls played and felt confident their effort in the game would have been good enough to beat most teams, however Holy Trinity is an extremely polished team. The girls would then go on to lose in two games to Bishop Grandin to end their tournament, but overall Schmidt was happy with how the team performed.

The senior boys had a record of 2-3 after they also encountered some stiff competition in the tournament. The team was also missing a few players from their regular lineup that typically would have played.

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Both teams will get to stay home next weekend as North Peace Secondary School hosts their volleyball tournament.

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