Laurie Middle School victorious in volleyball tournament.

Bantam boys return with a first place finish from a tournament in Jaffray this weekend.

  • Oct. 31, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Pictured top left: Coach Mary Elliott

The Laurie Middle School Bantam boys volleyball team placed 1st in a tournament in Jaffray this past weekend.

The boys placed 3rd in the round robin event and went on to play Jaffray in the semi finals.  After winning best of three games, they moved on to play Selkirk in the final, beating them in two sets.

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