Donalda girls take CARA v-ball title

CKCS boys also win in CARA tournament

By Stu Salkeld The Stettler Independent

Several local sports teams distinguished themselves at the CARA volleyball tournaments held around Stettler the weekend of Nov. 4.

The Donalda girls team won their tournament and the Christ-King Catholic School boys team won their side of the event.

Donalda girls head coach Don Seale was pleased to see his squad go undefeated at the tournament. “They played tremendously,” said Seale. He said the Donalda girls team has a talented group of players that play well together. He said his team didn’t send many free balls to the other team and keep opposing teams off-balance. Seale said his team really love to play volleyball.

The CKCS head coach could not be reached by deadline.

The CARA boys and girls consolation tournaments were won by the Brownfield girls team, and the Donalda boys team, held in the Stettler Elementary Gym.

Ranked teams are entered into the season-finale tournament, unranked teams play in the consolation tournament. The annual year-end tournament sees two teams go on to the finals.

editor@stettlerindependent.com

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