Every year the St. Christopher's
Cyclones are a force when it comes
to the LSSAA girls volleyball
finals; this year was no different.
Cyclones won the Junior and Midget
championships last night at Lambton
College. Northern won the senior
is a great day for girls
volleyball," Cyclones midget and
junior coach Brenda Kulon said.
"The quality of play is really great
The midget game between the Cyclones
and the St. Clair Colts went right
down till the final point.
Cyclones won the fifth and deciding
match 16-14 to win the championship.
St. Clair won the first game 14-25.
The Cyclones responded by taking the
next two games 25-22 and 25-23.
St. Clair sent it to a fifth and
deciding game when they won the
fourth game 19-25
Faith Morden was named the player of
the game for the Cyclones. She had
eight kills and two aces.
In the junior final the Cyclones had
a little easier time with the Colts,
winning 3-1 (25-19, 25-7, 23-25,
"It was great to see all the teams
contribute," Kulon said. "Every team
participated in some way."
According to Kulon the SWOSSA semi's
will be played at St. Christopher's
on Tuesday with the SWOSSA finals at
the school March 2.
In the senior game It took the
Northern Vikings five sets, but the
defeated the St. Patrick's Fighting
Irish 22-25, 25-19, 25-14, 22-25 and
"Our girls were nervous," head coach
Mark Pretty told Sarniasports.com
after the hard fought battle.
"We are a young team. But the girls
came to play and they played hard."
coach credited Mariah Johnson and
Valerie Prowse during the fifth and
"It was a full team effort," he
said. "But those two really stepped
it up for us."
Pretty said that his squad will now
travel to take on the Chatham-Kent
winner in Chatham next Wednesday.