Playoffs have officially started up in Senior Girls Volleyball around the province with a weekend of Conference Play elimination games. Teams were grouped into a pool of four teams or five teams to play a round robin draw with only the top three teams in each pool advancing to regionals next weekend.

Eight teams from the West Central Region entered Conference Play with hopes to extend their season and a good portion of teams achieved their goal, while others had their season come to a hault.

In 1A Division, the Plenty Wildcats hosted the one day round robin tournament with teams from Maymont, Borden, Perdue and Saskatoon Legacy Christian. The Wildcats won three out of the four games finishing in second place overall to secure a spot in next week's regional tournament.

The 3A Division had three teams competing in Conference Play that included: Wilkie, Macklin and Biggar. All three of these teams met in Macklin for the games and were joined with a fourth team from Spiritwood. Wilkie dominated the round robin draw by winning all three games to secure first place, the host team from Macklin came in second with 2 wins and 1 defeat to claim second place. Biggar finished in third place out of the four teams with one victory and two losses. To sum up this group of conference play, both Wilkie and Macklin will advance to Regional Play next weekend, while Biggar's volleyball season comes to an end.

The 4A Division had teams playing from two different locations throughout the day on Saturday. Outlook High School hosted teams from Caronport, Moose Jaw Valley, Clavet and Humboldt. The girls from Outlook performed well on their home court finishing in second place in their pool with 3 wins and 1 loss. Outlook played well enough to advance to Regional Play next weekend.

In the other 4A Division group, the girls from Unity, Rosetown and Kindersley were joined up with Dalmeny and Maple Creek for a pool of 5 teams. Unity hosted this event and dominated on their home court with 4 total wins and 0 losses on the day. Rosetown played decent volleyball throughout their four games to secure a third place finish within the group with 2 wins and 2 losses. Both Rosetown and Unity will advance to the Regional Play. Meanwhile, Kindersley's season came to an end on Saturday after the girls finished with 0 wins and 4 losses.

Six of the eight high school volleyball teams have advanced to the next round of playoffs, and will be in for another tough weekend of volleyball with competition becoming more difficult each weekend.