Senior Girls Volleyball Team brings home 3rd place at Zones

The Fort St. James Secondary School Senior Girls Volleyball team ended their season bringing home 3rd place at the Zones Tournament.

  • Dec. 2, 2015 6:00 p.m.

From left to right: Quintanna Paziui

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The Fort St. James Secondary School Senior Girls Volleyball team ended their season with a great finish bringing home 3rd place at the Zones Tournament in Hudson’s Hope.

The tournament took place on Nov. 20 -21, and head coach, Izzy Willick, was thrilled with the team’s performance.

“We came in 2nd in our pool after round robing play. We won our quarterfinals which sent us to the semi-finals against the second provincially ranked team. But we lost in two heartbreaking sets,” Willick said.

The team went on to play against the host team easily winning the match and brought home a bronze.

Brooke Dunkley and Sydney Tibbets were selected as the 2nd Team All-Stars and Gabriela Willick received 1st Team All-Star.

According to head coach Willick, the season was amazing and a great opportunity as most tournaments were held in Prince George.

“Our community should be extremely proud of our girls, not only for their amazing teamwork but for their excellent sportsmanship. I am one proud coach,” Willick said.

 

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