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Abbey Webster waits for a tip as Hayley Soares of St. Pats junior girls teams blocks a ball from Paul William Kaeser high school team. The St. Pats junior girls team won the banner against PWK at the Lawrie Hobart Memorial Volleyball tournament this past weekend in Fort Smith. - photo courtesy of Tobi Dusome
Champs of the court
Yellowknife high school teams travelled to compete in Fort Smith this past weekend

Kelsie Pagacz
Northern News Services
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

"It was a really well-run tournament. A lot of fun was had by all."
This how the annual Lawrie Hobart Memorial Volleyball Tournament in Fort Smith was described by Tobi Dusome, coach of the St. Patrick High School's senior girls team. next Continued

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Sports briefs
James McCarthy | Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Coaching the Coaches

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - This evening there will be a Hockey Canada Coach 2 Clinic instruction session from 6 to 10:30 p.m. at the Sport North Conference room. The clinic is open to all levels of hockey coaches, but persons interested should note that a there is online pre-clinic requirement that needs to be completed beforehand.
On ice sessions will be scheduled at a later date. Contact Sport North for further information.

Hockey time

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Northern Hockey Challenge Series is set to get underway this weekend.
The first puck will be dropped Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. where the novice Wolfpack will challenge the Whitehorse novice Mustangs.
Games will continue to run all day Saturday with the final match at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 26.
Novice, atom, and bantam teams will be playing in Yellowknife while the Yellowknife peewee, midget and female development teams will be traveling to Whitehorse to play.
Teams will reverse locations in late February to continue the challenge series.

Spike it if you can

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Junior volleyball teams are going to be taking to the courts this Oct. 23 to 26 for the annual Jr. Spike It Volleyball tournament.
The Grade 8 boys and girls will be playing at Weledah middle school and St. Patrick High School. The Grade 7 boys and girls will challenge each other at the Range Lake North middle school. While William McDonald middle school will host the the Grade 6 girls teams and the Grade 6 boys teams will go head to head at Ecole St. Joseph.
For more information regarding the tournaments start times and schedule, refer to the NWT Student Athletic Federation website.
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