Setter Holly Feschuk earned tournament MVP honours and libero Emma Benson pitched in with a stellar defensive effort to spark the Lord Selkirk Royals to a sweep of Brandon's Vincent Massey Vikings in the girls final of the McDonald's AAAA Provincial Junior Varsity Volleyball Championships at Investors Group Athletic Centre Monday night.
The Royals, who lost to the Vikings in the tournament's preliminary power pool and were ranked third coming into the quarter-finals, prevailed 26-24, 25-8, 25-23 over top-ranked Massey.
In the boys final, the Steinbach Sabres rallied to beat the St. Paul's Crusaders 18-25, 27-25, 25-21, 25-10, 18-16.
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The Oak Park Raiders scorched the turf at wintry Investors Group Field on Tuesday night — and now are the 2017 Winnipeg High School Football League’s junior varsity champions.
Relentless on both sides of the ball, the Raiders scored early and often, cruising to a 44-6 triumph over the St. Paul’s Crusaders in the Home Run Sports Bowl on a chilly evening in Fort Garry.
Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association had a gorgeous fall day to hold the 2017 Provincial High School Cross Country Running Championships at Kilcona Park in Northeast Winnipeg Wednesday.
The event featured over 2,000 of the province's best and brightest runners competing in four divisions over the course of the afternoon; Junior Varsity boys and Junior Varsity girls as well as Varsity boys and Varsity girls.
Here are some of our favourite photos from the event shot by Winnipeg Free Press staff photographer Ruth Bonneville.