Mount Baker volleyball squad is on fire

High school senior girls team off to a hot start for their season.

The Mount Baker Wild girls volleyball team celebrates their first-place finish at tournament in Fernie.

The Mount Baker Wild returned victorious from their season opening tournament in Fernie two weeks ago and battled their way into the finals in Jaffray for their following tournament last weekend. The Baker Wild finished 2nd in their pool and went on to defeat Kimberley in the final of the Fernie tournament, while the two met for the title again in Jaffray, with Kimberley coming out on top. Pictured above: Lindy Lynes (Coach) Brittany Becker, Caitie Hebditch, Robyn Anderson, Maya Streloff, Burke Bidder and Adam Ravenstein (coach). Front row: Megan Sternig, Shae Sowell, Tasha Martini

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