Barriere Secondary’s (BSS) Senior Girls volleyball team stepped up their level of play in playoffs.
The girls started off a little slow in their first round game against St. Ann’s allowing the host school to beat them, but they didn’t make that mistake twice.
The girls put it all together and absolutely crushed Chase to finish in third place in the West Zone keeping their season alive for at least another week.
The girls won the right to attend a wild card tournament to earn a birth to the Okanagan Championships held.
The girls ended up beating Princeton and Sicamous to capture the final birth to the Valley Championships where they played their best volleyball of the season.
Those at Barriere Secondary are incredibly proud of their volleyball girls as they work extremely hard over the course of the season, especially with a large portion of the senior girls team still consider to be junior aged athletes, the future looks extremely bright for the BSS girls volleyball program.