FSJSS hosts regional junior girls volleyball finals

The finals took place between Vanderhoof, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake and Burns Lake. Vanderhoof took the win.

The girls junior volleyball regional finals took place at Fort St. James Secondary School between Fort St. James

Fort St. James secondary school hosted the junior girls volleyball finals last weekend on Nov. 1

Six teams competed from four different district highschools from Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake, Burns Lake and Fort St. James.

Around 50 students took part in the tournament that would see the winner go on to represent the region of Bulkley-Nechako in the Zone tournament later this year.

The tournament began at 9:30 a.m. and ran until 2:30 p.m.

The match culminated in a bout between Vanderhoof’s NVSS A team and Fraser Lakes’ FLESS A team. The final results of the tournament saw Vanderhoof come in first earning the right to represent the region and Fort St. James coming in last at sixth place.

The final results were:

 

NVSS A-Team – 1 place

FLESS A-Team – 2 place

NVSS B-Team  – 3 place

LDSS – 4 place

FLESS B-Team – 5 place

FSJSS – 6 Place

 

 

The grade 8 girls volleyball finals will take place next week in Burns Lake. The Fort St. James grade 8 girls Falcons will be travelling there to compete in the tournament.

 

 

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