Trafalgar Thunder A team playing Castlegar in Nelson.

Trafalgar Thunder host girls volleyball tournament

The Nelson middle school was full of team spirit on Thursday night.

The Trafalgar Thunder girls volleyball teams hosted a tournament with teams from Castlegar, Trail and Salmo on Thursday night. The A team went undefeated in all 14 games, while the B team lost two and tied one.

Each school has two teams, except for Salmo, who only had one team at the tournament.

The Thunders are getting ready for the West Kootenay finals at Mt. Sentinel this Friday. Thunder coach Staci Proctor said she’s hopefull for a good result as Trafalgar’s A team is the reigning champion after beatig their own B team in the final last year. Twelve teams from Trail, Castlegar, Salmo, Rossland, Grand Forks and South Slocan will be competing for the West Kootenay title.

Bottom two team photos by Madeline Guenette.

Trafalgar Thunder B team setting the ball.

Trafalgar coach Staci Proctor speaking with the Thunder A team during a timeout.

 

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