A total of six volleyball teams competed this past weekend in Provincial Senior Girls volleyball in different divisions across the province.

In the 1A division, the Plenty Wildcats fought hard enough for a chance at winning the bronze medal, but came up just short to the host team from Fox Valley. A 4th place finish for Plenty was nothing to be ashamed of, especially after tremendous performances at Conference Play and Regionals in the past weekends.

Another team that competed in the 1A division of Provincials was from Eston. The girls were given a tough draw and were unable to make it to the playoff round in provincials after tough losses to Rose Valley, Plenty, Fox Valley and Kakisiswew in the round robin portion. Eston has played great volleyball all season long, and have a sense of pride after getting into the provincial draw.

Both Kerrobert and Leader teams competed in the 2A Provincial Championships, with both teams missing out on a medal game. Kerrobert came up short in the quarter-finals after losing to Birch Hills in straight sets, while Leader missed out on the playoff round after finishing last in Round Robin. Both teams showed grit and pride throughout the weekend, and were competitive in every game they entered.

The team from Wilkie came up short with a quarter-final loss to Carlyle in the 3A Provincial Championships. Wilkie has had success with it's volleyball programs in past years, and will continue to be a threat going forward. The girls will look to get back into provincials in 2018.

Unity was the lone 4A team in the region to compete in Provincials. Unity got off to a hot start to begin their tournament with three straight wins against Kipling, Yorkton Sacred Heart and Maidstone. The girls dropped their round robin finale to Oxbow which left them in second place in their pool. Unity defeated Dalmeny in the quarter-final, but fell in the semis to Caronport in straight sets. With the loss coming in the semi-final, Unity advanced to the Bronze Medal Game where they lost to Kipling in straight sets to finish in 4th place.