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 Back row: Maya Sterloff (Jaffray), Laura Serafini (Grassmere), Freddie Campbell (Kimberley), Robyn Anderson (Jaffray), Catie Hebditch (Cranbrook), Simran Dhami (Golden), Kaitlyn Jaap (Creston), Kylie Fredrickson (Cranbrook) Front row: Alex Beswick (Fernie), Alyssa Rundburg (Cranbrook), Coach Troy McFadzen, Tessa Charlton (Cranbrook), Courtney Valor (Creston).  - For the Townsman
Back row: Maya Sterloff (Jaffray), Laura Serafini (Grassmere), Freddie Campbell (Kimberley), Robyn Anderson (Jaffray), Catie Hebditch (Cranbrook), Simran Dhami (Golden), Kaitlyn Jaap (Creston), Kylie Fredrickson (Cranbrook) Front row: Alex Beswick (Fernie), Alyssa Rundburg (Cranbrook), Coach Troy McFadzen, Tessa Charlton (Cranbrook), Courtney Valor (Creston).
— image credit: For the Townsman

Congratulations to the East Kootenay U18 Girls Volleyball Club Team for their Gold Medal win in Div. 2 at the Alberta Provincial Championship in Edmonton on April 27. This is a committed team made up of girls throughout the East Kootenay. They are back in Edmonton for Nationals May 8-11.  Go Avs! Back row: Maya Sterloff (Jaffray), Laura Serafini (Grassmere), Freddie Campbell (Kimberley), Robyn Anderson (Jaffray), Catie Hebditch (Cranbrook), Simran Dhami (Golden), Kaitlyn Jaap (Creston), Kylie Fredrickson (Cranbrook) Front row: Alex Beswick (Fernie), Alyssa Rundburg (Cranbrook), Coach Troy McFadzen, Tessa Charlton (Cranbrook), Courtney Valor (Creston).

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