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Cougar Corner Headlines: Senior boys volleyball season ends

After breezing through the conference tournament undefeated, the season ended at regionals for the CCS senior boys volleyball team.
An excellent season for the CCS Cougars senior boys basketball team ended at regionals in Montmartre on Nov. 19. Team members in the photo, from left, are (back row) Coach Ally Rock, Jackson Krotenko, Bronson Heshka, Lucas Latham, Nate Wolos, Hunter Lamb, Mathew Makowsky and Coach Jody Kowalyshyn; and (front) Everett Paley, Logan Lewchuk, Toby Olynyk, and Porter Wolkowski.

CANORA - The Canora Composite School Cougars senior boys volleyball team had their season come to an end on Nov. 19 after a tense regional tournament in Montmartre. Canora competed in a series of three matches during the tournament.

The first match saw Canora senior boys win over Vibank, but then the Cougars lost the second match against Langenburg. The third and final match of the tournament for the Cougars was a loss against a combined Sturgis/Preeceville team, which meant the season was over. CCS went undefeated during the conference tournament in Hudson Bay the previous weekend to advance to regionals. Senior boys team member Nate Wolos stated, “It was great this year. We had lots of games and tournaments.”

The senior boys volleyball team is set to make a return next season. This was the first season with no COVID-19 restrictions for the team since before the pandemic.

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