Cold Lake High School Hosts Volleyball Tournament

Action everywhere

There was a lot of action at Cold Lake Middle School, and Cold Lake High school this past weekend. The volleyball courts were packed as Cold Lake High School hosted their first home tournament of the year. The home teams didn’t disappoint in the tournament.

B-Sided Boys

The senior and junior boys teams had interesting weekends. The juniors were playing a senior tournament, and weren’t sure of what to expect. They managed to come out on the ‘B’ side as consolation winners.

“They won the final game there. It’s something from being in a senior tournament. The nets are quite a bit higher from junior to senior level.” Senior Boys Coach Matthew Huntley explains.

The senior boys volleyball team were in tough against some of the great competition the weekend featured. They came out as ‘B’ side champs.

“Our senior boys team had a real tough pool. There were quite a few of the best teams in the tournament in our pool. Unfortunately we dropped down to ‘B’ side, but ended up winning it… It was a real good showing for the boys. A lot of teams started their tournament season the weekend before, this was their second tournament. Versus our first tournament. We came together, and the boys played well.” Coach Huntley says.

Senior girls finish second

The senior girls only lost to one team all weekend. They lost twice to Ecole des Beaux-Lacs from Bonnyville twice. Once in pool play, and again in the gold medal game. The third set of the final went to extra points, but the team ultimately fell. They still walked away with a well deserved silver medal. The third set of the final went to extra points.

Junior girls

The junior girls had a tough assignment headed into the weekend. They were a junior team in a senior tournament. The team had some fun on the court, and enjoyed the learning opportunities.

Silver Sr. Girls in Bonnyville this week

The senior girls team will be in Bonnyville this weekend to play in the BCHS Roadrunners tournament at the Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre.