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Weyburn Comp senior girls place fourth in home tournament

The Weyburn Comp Eagles Senior A Girls hosted their home tournament over the weekend with 12 teams attending.

WEYBURN – The Weyburn Comp Eagles Senior A Girls hosted their home tournament over the weekend with 12 teams attending.

The Eagles were in Pool A and finished first after pool play, defeating Sheldon Williams of Regina, Moose Jaw Vanier, Carnduff, Yorkton Regional, and LeBoldus of Regina.

Swift Current dominated Pool B with wins over WCS Sr. B, O’Neill of Regina, Yorkton Sacred Heart, Estevan, and Moose Jaw Central.

The top four teams advanced to the playoff rounds with the third place teams from each pool playing each other as well as the fourth place teams.

Estevan finished second in Pool B to cross over to play the Eagles in the semi-final. The Eagles lost the first set 25-17, they rebounded to win the second set 25-16, and fell to the Elecs 15-12 in the third set, moving them to the third-place game versus LeBoldus.

In the third place matchup, LeBoldus took an early lead in the first set 25-20, the Eagles persevered in the second set to win 25-22.  LeBoldus came out on top in the third set 15-10.

Swift Current won the tournament, beating Estevan in two straight sets 25-16 and 25-12. The Eagles will be playing in the Reconciliation in Sport Tournament at Campbell Collegiate on Sept. 29-30.

The Weyburn Comp Senior Boys Volleyball team travelled to Brandon over the weekend. They played five games in the round robin on Friday.

In their first game they lost both sets, 9-25 and 21-25. They played Dauphin the second game and won both sets 25-21 and 25-22.

In their third game they played Neepawa and split the sets, winning the first game 25-21 and then losing 24-26. They played The Pas in their fourth game and split again, losing the first set 23-25 and winning the second set 25-15.

In their final round robin game against Fort Richmond, they split the sets, losing the first set 23-25 and then winning the second set 25-17.
On Saturday in their cross-over match, they played the third place team in Pool C, Alonsa, and they beat them in three, winning the first set 25-15, then losing 21–25, and then winning the third set 15-13 to send them to the quarter final on the championship side.

They played Crocus Plains in the quarter final and lost two straight, 15-25 and 20-25 to place in the top eight out of 24 teams.

Their next action will be in Swift Current this upcoming Sept. 29-30 weekend.