Baker seniors capture home tourney
BOYS SENIOR SOCCER
Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS) hosted an eight team Soccer Tournament on Friday and Saturday. The Baker boys beat Kimberley in the first game (3-1), then Stanley Humphries (2-1), then Boundary Central (3-0), finally winning the championship over LV Rogers (3-0).
2nd: LV Rogers (Nelson)
3rd: Selkirk Secondary (Kimberley)
4th: Stillwater Christian Academy (Kalispell)
5th: Stanley Humphries Secondary (Castlegar)
6th: David Thompson Secondary (Invermere)
7th: Prince Charles Secondary (Creston)
8th: Boundary Central Secondary (Midway)
Lead image above: (top row left to right) Ibai Alsonso, Mikey Stambulic, Jovon Klassen, Caleb Creber, Chase Sykut-McCulloch, Tiago Rossi, Till Panhans, Gabe Chung, Pierre Hugo, Jeff Lalach, Victor Casajuana. (Bottom row left to right) Max Schumacher, Titus Johnson, Keaton Brown, Jake Sebben, Liam Thompson, Noah Samsonoff, Cody Sugihara, Jordan Klassen, Alex Morato. (Photo by Nahoko Sugihara)
The Junior Girls’ Volleyball team played in Jaffray and won three of five of their games, placing fourth overall.
Photo: (top row left to right) Hannah Torksdorff, Jennifer Bohmer, Jenna Coolbaugh, Brooke Wheeldon, Sam Robertson, Taylor Tracey. (Bottom row left to right) Hunter Shrubsall, Ivy Ross, Desiree McKay, Dawson Stanley, Maddie Kietch. (Photo by Mitchell Zuvela)
BOYS AND GIRLS SENIOR VOLLEYBALL
The Senior Volleyball teams travelled to a huge tournament in Kelowna (40 boys teams and 40 girls teams). The boys won all three of their games in their pool, including Kelowna 25-15, 25-22, Jasper Place (the number one ranked Alberta team) W 25-22 L 25-20 W 15-8, and Earl Marriott (the number one ranked B.C. team) L 25-20 W 25-20 W 15-7. This placed them first in Pool A.
Unfortunately, their cross over game was not against a fourth place team like you would expect; it was against the first place team in Pool D (Abbotsford Christian) and they lost 25-20, 25-20. This put them playing for somewhere between ninths and 16th. They won their next game against Kelowna 25-15, 25-19 and after a long hard fight against Mt Boucherie they lost L 29-27 W 25-14 L 15-12, placing 10th overall.
The girls lost their pool games, but won their crossover, and tied for 7th overall.
BOYS JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL
The Junior Boys’ Volleyball team played in Jaffray and won all of their games including the championship game over Jaffray.
Coming up: Junior Girls and Boys Volleyball in Creston (Oct 20/21) and Senior Boys Volleyball in Fernie (Oct 20/21).
Submitted by Kaley Wasylowich