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The girls began the tournament in the qualifying round and unfortunately opened their tournament with a loss, suffering a 2-0 set loss to the Kelowna Owls (9-25, 10-25).

The Ooks then took on the McMath Wildcats that same day. The North Peace girls lost their second in a row, after a 2-0 set loss (15-25, 11-25).

The girls, still in search of their first qualifying win, then played the Dover Bay Dolphins, which resulted in another 2-0 loss (15-25, 22-25).

After a not-so-successful qualifying round, the North Peace girls hit the hardwood for some playoff action. The girls opened their playoff round against the Handsworth Royals, beating the Royals 3-0 for their first win of the tournament.

North Peace would next square off against the South Delta Sundevils in the quarterfinals, unfortunately losing by a score of 2-0 in sets (25-22, 15-8).

The Ooks then took place in another quarterfinals match up, taking on the Georges P. Vanier Secondary, who the Ooks defeated 2-0 (25-16, 26-24).

The team’s final match took place in the semis, when they took on the Oak Bay High School Breakers. The Ooks ended their tournament on a winning note, defeating Oak Bay 2-0 (25-20, 25-23).

The final semi-final victory earned the North Peace girls the 13 ranking provincially in the AAAA division.

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