The Red Coat Rebels 2018 Club Volleyball season is off to an excellent start, medalling in 2 elite tournaments with 7 more competitive tournaments to attend in the 2018 season. The Rebels will finish the season at the National Tournament in Edmonton the end of May.

                  January 27/28 the Rebels competed in the Stealth Tournament in Regina, where they competed with teams from across Saskatchewan and Manitoba and came home with a Bronze medal.

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                   On February 3/4, we took home a Gold medal after a very hard fought battle with the host, the Oxbow Black Knights.

                  Then on February 10/11, the Rebels competed in the SVA’s Sask. Cup I Tournament in Saskatoon.  This tournament had 22 of “the best of the best” 18U teams attending where the Rebels pulled off a 5th place ranking in the Province, something we are very proud of.

                  The Rebels will now have some time off to recover and recharge, before we get back to training and competing.

                  The 2018 Rebels team is made up of: Alexis Shiels (Lemberg), Amy Stolz (Wawota),

Bromwyn Douglas (Carnduff), Gracie Schutz (Carlyle), Haylee Barta (Carlyle), Hope Robertson (Carlyle) Jorja Bendtsen (Carlyle), Kailyn Wilson (Carlyle), Madison Stinson (Lampman), McKenna Harkness (Arcola), Schuyler Longie (White Bear First Nations), Shae Johnston (Arcola),

Head Coach Mickey Adams, Assistant Coach Blake Slykhuis.

                  For more information about the Rebel’s volleyball program or to inquire about the ‘Rebels Summer Super Camp,’ e-mail

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