Ladysmith Secondary School senior girls are consolation champs

Ladysmith defeated Brentwood in the consolation final of the Duncan Christian/Cowichan Secondary Senior Girls Volleyball Invitational.

The LSS senior girls’ volleyball team won the consolation championship this weekend. Celebrating

The Ladysmith Secondary School senior girls’ volleyball team came away from the Duncan Christian/Cowichan Secondary Senior Girls Volleyball Invitational Tournament this past weekend with the consolation championship.

The 49ers lost their games on Fri., Nov. 2 to move into the consolation round then won all three games on Sat., Nov. 3.

Ladysmith beat Nanaimo Christian 25-20, 25-13 then defeated Ucluelet 25-22, 25-16 to move onto the final.

The 49ers defeated Brentwood B 25-11, 25-18 in the consolation final to claim the championship.

Kaylie McKinley was the team’s MVP.

Chemainus Secondary School finished eighth in the consolation championship after falling 25-21 and 25-23 to North Island on Saturday.

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