Rockets take final game When Summerland Secondary Senior Girls' Rockets Volleyball team held their home tournament on the weekend of Oct. 26 and 27

Rockets win final game

When Summerland Secondary Senior Girls’ Rockets Volleyball team held their home tournament, the Grade 12 team placed first.

When Summerland Secondary Senior Girls’ Rockets Volleyball team held their home tournament on the weekend of Oct. 26 and 27, the Grade 12 team placed first. The Grade 12 Summerland team played an outstanding game in the tournament final on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Grand Forks team by scores of 25-22, 21-25, and 15-11. From left to right in the picture (back row) are coach Tom Brickenden, Nicole Hodgson, Connie Bambey, Sydney Clements and Miriam Bambey. In the front row (left to right) are Alexa Brickenden, Amber Watson, and Madison Wilms. Charles Bloom from Lumby placed third in the tournament, followed by the Grade 11 Summerland team which placed a close fourth. In the 3 on 3 competition Sunday morning, the Grand Forks team placed first. They defeated the Summerland team of Sydney Clement, Emma McDowall and Madison Wilms by the narrow margin of 19-17 in the timed final game.



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