Silver medalists: The Rimbey Spartans Junior A volleyball team achieved a silver medal in the CWAJHAA”s Tournament. The tournament was held in Sylvan Lake at the Mother Teresa school on Sat.,Nov.18. The Saprtans battled for first and lost against St. Augustine from Ponoka. In the back are Coach Chris Oram, Mason Toussaint (team manager), Hailey Holtkamp, Brooklyn Boorman and Kenzie Oram. In the middle are Katelyn Makofka, Devyn Johnson, Ocean Hanlon, Samantha Garland, Torrence Cleland and Katie Hudson. In the front are Brooke Hatala and Hailey Saretzky. Missing is Coach Pat Burrage. Photo submitted

Junior Girls Volleyball team bring home silver

Good job, Spartans!

  • Nov. 24, 2017 12:30 a.m.

Good job, Spartans!

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