Max Kalmokoff (left) hitting the ball while Chiara Worthington (#19) and Reese Stobbart get out of the way. All three Mile 108 grade six students get participated in the volleyball tournament in Horse Lake on Dec. 7. Max Winkelman photos.

Schools face off in volleyball tournament

Tourney gives students a chance to compete

Dozens of students were down in Horse Lake on Dec. 7 for a volleyball tournament.

The tournament provides students with a chance to compete against other schools, after lots of practising within their own school.

Horse Lake won the tournament, with the Eliza Archie/Lac la Hache team and the Mile 108 team tied for second, according to Horse Lake Principal Ty Lytton.


100 Mile Elementary student Aidan Schmid hits the ball, while teacher and coach Maryn Siggelkow looks on.

Lily Henderson of the Eliza Archie/Lac la Hache team hits the ball with Kayla Gilbert in the back.

Zephyr Sutherland from Horse Lake Elementary hits the ball during one of the games.

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