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    There's a lot on the line at this year's provincial volleyball championships

    There’s a mix of new and old at this year’s AAAA Provincial Volleyball Championships Final Four.


    The top-ranked boy’s team the Selkirk Royals are no strangers to the Final Four. The Royals won last year’s provincial title and have five players returning from the team. 


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    Olympiens thrive under pressure

    They will hit the court tonight as the No. 1 seed, carrying the same target on their backs that has remained all season. For members of the Collège Jeanne-Sauvé Olympiens girls volleyball team, they wouldn’t want it any other way.


    "We’ve talked about the privilege of pressure, and how it’s good to play with pressure. It really drives us to do much better. It’s awesome," team captain Julie Arnold told the Free Press on the eve of their semifinal match with the No. 5-ranked Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute Hawks.


    The winner of the match, set for 8 p.m. at the University of Manitoba’s Investors Group Athletic Centre, will head directly to next Monday’s AAAA provincial high school final. No. 2 Lord Selkirk Royals take on No. 3 Portage Collegiate Institute Hawks in tonight’s other semifinal at 6 p.m.



    On the boys side, No. 1 ranked Lord Selkirk will be looking to make it back-to-back provincial titles. They face a tough task in Thursday’s semifinal against No. 4 St. Paul’s Crusaders, who won it all in 2015.


    No. 2 River East Kodiaks take on No. 3 Dakota Lancers in the other semifinal, with the winners meeting Monday in the final.


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    McDonald's AAAA Junior Varsity Provincial Volleyball Champions Crowned

    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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    St. Paul's cap unbeaten season with dominant defeat of Dakota in ANAVETS Bowl

    A lot changed for the St. Paul's Crusaders this season – but in the end things stayed exactly the same.

    Despite going through a massive personnel overhaul, the Crusaders remained the powerhouse they've been for a decade, capping an unbeaten 2017 campaign by winning the ANAVETS Bowl – the showcase game of the Winnipeg High School Football League season – Thursday at Investors Group Field.

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    West Kildonan wins a squeaker over St. Norbert in WHSFL Bowl

    In the end, the Daniel McIntyre Maroons had history on their side Wednesday night. They were due.

    After a championship drought of 39 years, quarterback Kieran Benson threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another to lead the Maroons to a 30-0 triumph over the Kildonan East Reivers in the Winnipeg High School Football League’s Canad Inns Bowl at Investors Group Field (IGF).

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