Creston high school soccer, volleyball teams earn success

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On the weekend of Sept. 27/28, the Prince Charles Secondary School boys soccer teams and senior girls volleyball team saw action.

The junior boys, coach by Bill Ferguson, travelled to Nakusp, where they defeated Golden 5-1, Nakusp B 4-0 and Kimberley 5-0, and tied Nakusp A 1-1.

Also in Nakusp, the senior boys defeated David Thompson (Invermere) 2-0, Ashcroft 6-1 and Mount Sentinel (South Slocan) 3-1, losing 2-0 to J.L. Crowe (Trail).

The senior girls volleyball team, coached by Allison Kepke and Bob Gollan, had its first tournament at Mount Sentinel Secondary School. It was an important team building weekend, with the members getting used to each other.

Overall, the girls won five games and lost two. The team defeated L.V. Rogers (Nelson) twice, J.L. Crowe (Trail) and Aberdeen Hall (Kelowna) twice. The team lost to Mt. Sentinel and Selkirk (Kimberley).

Desirae Robinson was initiated with trial by fire, being the libero for every game. Brooke Evans, Kaitlyn Jaap and Alisha Dyck were a blocking wall at the net. Courtney Valer found her stride quickly and had some strong hits.


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