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Courtney Hawkins of the Valleyview Vikings spikes the ball for a point against Merritt secondary at the B.C. High School AA girls’ Okanagan Championship on Friday, Nov. 16, at Sa-Hali secondary.  - Dave Eagles/KTW
Courtney Hawkins of the Valleyview Vikings spikes the ball for a point against Merritt secondary at the B.C. High School AA girls’ Okanagan Championship on Friday, Nov. 16, at Sa-Hali secondary.
— image credit: Dave Eagles/KTW

Courtney Hawkins of the Valleyview Vikings spikes the ball for a point against Merritt secondary at the B.C. High School AA girls’ Okanagan Championship on Friday, Nov. 16, at Sa-Hali secondary.

Kalamalka secondary of Vernon beat the Sa-Hali Sabres 3-0 in the final and Valleyview downed Westsyde 3-1 in the bronze-medal match.

Kalamalka and Sa-Hali earned berths at the provincial championship for placing first and second, respectively.

Valleyview will compete for a spot at provincials at a wild-card tournament on Saturday, Nov. 24, in the Fraser Valley.

 

 

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