Tournament champs

The Parkland Raiders Bantam Girls Volleyball team at the Prince Charles Secondary School Bantam Volleyball Invitational in Creston.

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The Parkland Raiders Bantam Girls Volleyball team participated in the Prince Charles Secondary School Bantam Volleyball Invitational in Creston on November 23rd & 24th.  The girls went undefeated in round robin play and cruised through the playoffs to win the final game against Invermere.

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