Wilkie managed to bring home some hardware from this past weekend's provincial event. The McLurg Broncs competed in the 2A Girls Volleyball Provincials, hosted by both Medstead and Spiritwood.

Coach Lesley Sittler said Provincials were a great way to end off the season, "They've had a really good season. They won the Macklin tournament, we got first at Conferences, and first at Regionals so they had a pretty good feeling going into the weekend."

The Broncs were able to win all of their games, except the gold medal final against Rocanville. Sittler said the weekend was a great experience for the team, "There was some solid competition, lots of strong teams that we haven't seen before."

This was Sittler's first year coaching the volleyball team. She said the group definitely exceed here expectations in so many ways.


1A Girls

Luseland competed in the 1A Girls Provincial tournament in Fox Valley and Maple Creek. Luseland lost to North Valley, Ecole Providence and Rose Valley teams in Pool B. On the next day, the faced Ecole Mathieu, who they were able to defeat.

Unfortunately, even with the win, the team was unable to qualify for the playoff rounds.

2A Girls

Wilkie was able to take home the silver medal for the 2A Girls Division. Through their pool play, the defeated Kelvington, St. Walburg, Raymore and Kerrobert.

They went on to take down Ituna and Langham in the playoffs. In the final, gold medal game, they fell short to Rocanville.

Kerrobert also played in the 2A Division. They had a mixed result of games, losing to Raymore and Kelvington and beating St. Walburg on their first day. Wilkie was able to take down the Kerrobert team on day two.

Kerrobert only played one playoff game, against Rocanville, in which they lost in three sets.

3A Girls

The Outlook LCBI team had a successful start to their tournament, beating Rossignol, Lampman and Preeceville. Wakaw was able to put in Outlook in the lose column on day two of provincials.

In the playoff rounds, Outlook took down Macklin in three sets, but lost to Wynyard to put them in the bronze game.

Pierceland took down Outlook in three sets, with Outlook taking home 4th place.

Macklin also competed in the 3A Division. They started off their run with a loss against Wynyard, and wins against Pierceland and Kipling.

Their playoff run ended at one game, after Outlook defeated them in the first round.

4A Girls

The Outlook Composite School team competed in the 4A Division. They won their first two games against Nipawin and Maidstone, losing the third and fourth to Lumsden and Waldheim.

Unity had a slow start to the tournament, losing to Melfort, Carnduff and Oxbow, with one win against Clavet.

Both Outlook and Unity were knocked out in the first round of playoffs, Unity lost to Nipawin and Outlook to Melfort.

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