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Mount Sentinel hosting single A Provincials

Mount Sentinel: (top from left) Madia Rehwald, Jessie Rehwald, Malin Chernoff, and Kyra Makortoff. (bottom from left) Breanne Minor, Zahra Askary, Laynnea Carr, Kaitlin Minvielle and coach Joe Moreira. - Submitted
Mount Sentinel: (top from left) Madia Rehwald, Jessie Rehwald, Malin Chernoff, and Kyra Makortoff. (bottom from left) Breanne Minor, Zahra Askary, Laynnea Carr, Kaitlin Minvielle and coach Joe Moreira.
— image credit: Submitted

The Mount Sentinel Wildcats senior girls volleyball team in South Slocan will be hosting the 2013 ‘A’ Provincial Championships from Nov. 29 - Dec. 1.

The tournament features the 16 best single A girls volleyball teams from throughout B.C. competing for the provincial title.

Games will also be hosted at L.V. Rogers in Nelson and Selkirk College in Castlegar.

Mount Sentinel is ranked #3 heading into their zone championships and must be considered one of the favourites going in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

and should be considered one of the favourites.

 

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