JV girls show positive signs at Calgary tourney

The Stettler Wildcats JV girls’ volleyball team visited Bishop O’Byrne in Calgary this past weekend.

The Stettler Wildcats JV girls’ volleyball team visited Bishop O’Byrne in Calgary this past weekend.

“The girls played extremely well and won all three of the tough sets on Friday, ranking them first in their pool,” said Stettler coach Rachelle Campeau.

“Unfortunately, the girls lost out in some very tight matches against Rundle College in the semifinals, but showed they are a force to be reckoned with — drawing attention from many of the teams.

“All the girls showed their skills, but special attention needs to be paid to hard hitters Dacia Gramlick, Morgan Van Dusen and Tyra Ganser, as well as the incredible stamina and setting skills of Jessica Nelson.”

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