Oak Bay high girls finish sixth in B.C.

Rivals Belmont Secondary suffered a heartbreaking loss to Kelowna to finish second

The Oak Bay Senior girls volleyball team ended the 2018 season placed 6th in B.C’s top AAAA division.

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Disappointed not to be retuning from Penticton with any hardware, the Barbs can still celebrate moving up two spots at the conclusion of BC’s penultimate volleyball tournament. Entering the competition seeded 8th and the province, they lost to the eventual Bronze medalists Lord Tweedsmuir in the Quarter Finals. They then beat Wandsworth in the consolation round before falling 25-16, 25-17 to Lord Byng in the 5th place final.

Rivals Belmont Secondary School, from Langford, failed to defend their title after a heartbreaking 25-21, 25-22, 25-23 to Kelowna in the Gold Medal game.

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