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Semiahmoo Secondary's junior girls volleyball 2018 B.C. champions.
The final game of the junior girls provincial high school volleyball championship was a tense one to be sure, but one thing was certain: a Surrey secondary school would emerge the winner.
The final saw the Semiahmoo Totem and Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers battling one another for the B.C. title Nov. 24 at Earl Marriott Secondary.
With scores of 25-15 and 25-21, Semiahmoo came out on top after two games, winning 2-0 and securing high school provincial gold.
The provincial win was especially welcome for Semi, after the squad had finished second both at the Fraser Valley and Surrey championships.
On the way to the provincial tournament win, Semiahmoo beat Vernon's Seaton Secondary in the semi-final, while Lord Tweedsmuir outplayed Pacific Academy to earn the spot in the final.
Pacific Academy won the bronze-medal game over Seaton, for an all-Surrey podium finish.
Semiahmoo's Tara Wallack was named tournament MVP, while Tweedsmuir's Katherine Eckert and Sydney Wright and Semiahmoo's Nicole Pajic were among those named first-team all-stars.
Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary's junior girls won silver at the B.C. high school provincials.