Horse Lake defeats Mile 108 in final game

Mile 108 Elementary School hosts regional Grade 7 volleyball tourney

Kaitlyn Sollosy, left, and Aidan Moore of the Horse Lake Elementary Schools No. 2 team fought valiantly against the 100 Mile House Elementary School No. 2 squad at Mile 108 Mile Elementary School's Grade 7 volleyball tournament on Nov. 25.

Kaitlyn Sollosy, left, and Aidan Moore of the Horse Lake Elementary Schools No. 2 team fought valiantly against the 100 Mile House Elementary School No. 2 squad at Mile 108 Mile Elementary School's Grade 7 volleyball tournament on Nov. 25.

Volleyball was the name of the game at Mile 108 Mile Elementary School, as the school hosted a full day of Grade 7 volleyball from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 25.

There was a full concession, lots of noise and many parents in attendance.

The round-robin tournament culminated with the Horse Lake Elementary School’s top team and Mile 108 Elementary School’s top team going head-to-head in the championship finals.

With everyone cheering, the game started off tense, as the two teams traded points points back-and-forth.

However, the Horse Lake players gradually pulled ahead 26 to 18, demonstrating better ball control and defensive skills.

Equally competitive in the tournament was 108 Mile’s No/ 2 team, which received third place and Horse Lake’s No. 2 team, which took fourth place.

There were a total of nine teams: Four teams from Horse Lake, three from 100 Mile House Elementary and two from Mile 108.

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