Working hard and having fun

                The Southeast Vipers worked hard and had fun on the weekend of provincials, April 29 – May 1.

                The girls started off the tournament in a pool of six teams working hard and winning games against Nipawin Ice, Waldheim United, East Central Elite, and the Hafford Warriors. The Vipers placed second in their pool behind the Weyburn Elite team. With a record of four wins and one loss the girls had made it into Division 2, Tier 1.

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                The next morning saw the girls up and ready for action at 8 a.m. in a tough game versus Muenster. Giving the Muenster team a battle the girls were unable take the win, but played with a lot of heart, never giving up. The girls then came up against RVC in a fantastic match, which saw long rallies and great efforts on both sides of the court. The match went to three and the final score was close with RVC winning by two points.

                Heading into their final game the girls dug deep and finished on a high note winning the match over Martinsville Outerlimits. The battle was another tough one going to three sets.

                It was a weekend of great volleyball, a lot of heart, and a lot of success coming out of the southeast with Weyburn finishing fourth in Div 2, Tier 1 in the bronze game versus Muenster; the Redcoat Rebels finishing second in Div 2, Tier 1 in the gold medal match against Foam Lake Thunder; and the Oxbow Black Knights who were able to reach Div 1 following Sask Cup 3 finished 6th in the province with their final game against Saskatoon HVC Heat.

                The Vipers will head out to Westerns for the May long weekend to play in Calgary.

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