Members of the Clearwater Secondary School senior girls volleyball team pose for a photograph. Pictured are (back, l-r) Juniper Wadlegger, Emma Collins, Makayla Breda, Annika Wadlegger, Emily Giesbrecht, Nicole Hall, Paytten Yurkiw, (front, l-r) Hannah Elliot, Jenny Panko, Savannah Dee, and Saaya Miyata.

Volleyball season ends at CSS

Clearwater Secondary School teams achieve some good results in league play

Clearwater Secondary School volleyball teams did not make it into the playoffs but they did achieve some good results in league play, according to athletic director Marie Giesbrecht.

The senior boys finished second in their zone, while the senior girls and the junior boys each came third in their respective zones.

The season began in the last week of September and ended in the first week of November.

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