PCSS runners compete, volleyball team wins regionals

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(Top) The Prince Charles Secondary School seniors girls volleyball team. (Middle) The PCSS cross-country girls running team: Emily Simpson

The Prince Charles Secondary School cross-country running team participated in provincial championships in Kelowna on the first weekend of November, coached by Michelle Ares and Rob Simpson.

The girls participated in a group of 280 runners. Emily Simpson finished 31st, Wiebke Zimmermann 43rd, Rylee Christenson 186th, Sarah Collins 188th and Ada Brown 268th.

The boys participated in a group of 286 runners. Nic Mottl finished 55th, Ethan Huscroft 221st, Niel Jacobsen 228th and Kieran Simpson 234th.

•The senior girls volleyball team qualified for provincial play after winning the East-West Kootenay Zone championship tournament in Castlegar. The team is coached by Colleen Douville and Allison Kepke.

•The seniors boys volleyball team completed its season after finishing second in the East Kootenay Zone, losing a very close match to Kimberley. The team was coached by Eden Yesh and Rick Czar.

•The Grade 8 boys volleyball finished second in its home tournament. The team is coached by Mike Nelson.

•The Grade 8 girls volleyball team fished third in its home tournament. The girls are coached by Karin Hawkins and Sue Thorne.

•The junior boys volleyball team finished third in tournament play in Kimberley over the weekend. The team is coached by Rick Czar.

•The junior girls volleyball  finished second in tournament play in Kimberley over the weekend. The team is coached by Gillian Kemle.

— PRINCE CHARLES SECONDARY SCHOOL

 

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