The Mount Sentinel Wildcats. Top row (L-R): Lexi Elias, Geyvn Hlookoff, Yana Woods, Sara St. Goddard, Jaylen Rushton, Calla DeRosa. Bottom row: Lauryn Berlinger, Adriana Wilson, Maggie Silverson, Annabelle Hardy, coach Joe Moreira. Photo submitted

Wildcats win at Kootenay Classic Volleyball

Mount Sentinel defeated Fernie in the final

Submitted by Calla DeRosa

The Mount Sentinel Wildcats triumphed as they hosted the 41st annual Kootenay Classic Volleyball tournament on Friday and Saturday.

The Wildcats went undefeated through eight games and finished by sweeping Fernie Secondary 25-18, 28-26 in the final.

Teams at the tournament included L.V. Rogers, Trail’s J.L. Crowe, Elkford Secondary and Oliver’s South Okanagan Secondary.

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