A pair of girls’ volleyball teams from Twin Lakes Secondary School recently won Simcoe County Athletic Association championships.
The senior girls’ team from Twin compiled an impressive 6-1 regular-season record and also won the Collingwood Collegiate Institute tournament in January. This group of girls, ranging from grades 10 to 12, worked hard all season to develop their team chemistry and hone their skills in game play, said coach Sam Launchbury. The team capped their stellar season on home court, with a big crowd cheering them on, with a straight-set, 3-0 triumph over Georgian Bay Secondary School.
The Twin Lakes Thunderbird junior girls’ volleyball team also had a successful regular season, finishing with an unblemished 7-0 record. The girls earned a bye to the SCAA finals where they faced off against the Nottawasaga Pines Timberwolves. The T’birds dominated the match, winning 3-1 and capturing the SCAA title. The team’s strong commitment, leadership and athleticism were the keys to success for the the season, said coaches Andrew Kerr and James Kirkey, noted they are proud of the team’s accomplishments and look forward to next year’s adventure.