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The LeRoy Junior B Girls team(grades 6-8) began practicing on Sept 12th.  The team members were: Zoe Purto, Aliyah Nieto, Taysia Otsig, Riley Block, Addison Holowachuk, Norah Croes, Lynette Urdelas, Sidney Pocha, Kennedy Varga, Jael Rillorta, Crystal Tamba and Madden Martens.


We had our home tournament on Saturday Sept 16th where we hosted 10 teams; two of which were a LeRoy A(Gr 7/8/9) which meant Anielle Dungo & Stefanie Angob were able to play with us for the day & a LeRoy B(Gr 6 & 7).  We had a great turnout as the gym was packed all day as our fans cheered us on.  Our LeRoy A team played great all day and just missed the finals finishing 3rd.  Our LeRoy B team also did fantastic as, for many of them, it was their first volleyball games of their young careers and they ended up finishing 4th.


We attended Wynyard’s tournament on Sept 21st & 22nd and Raymore’s tournament on Oct 21st where we battled hard making it to make it to the final in both tournaments.  We lost in both finals but I was extremely proud of our efforts in both games.


League play began on Sept 19th and the round robin ended Oct 17th.  We played against Lanigan, Humboldt Public School, Muenster, Annaheim and St Brieux and defeated all of them, leaving us the league standings so we hosted them on Oct 24th for the 1st vs 2nd finals and beat them three straight sets out of best of five to capture the North East Division Title.


On Oct 30th, LeRoy hosted Pre-Districts against the same teams we played in league.  The girls again dominated play against all of their opponents and captured the title for the North East Division.

Districts was held in Watrous on Nov 7th where we played against Watrous, Wadena & Cudworth.  In round robin we ended up losing to Watrous and Wadena but defeated Cudworth so we lined up again Wadena in the 2 vs 3 game.  Although the girls fought hard we lost a close one against them.

Throughout the season, the girls continued working on their skills and each week the became stronger both as individuals and as a team.  It was so awesome to see their confidence grow!  It was a privilege to be able to coach and work with such a great group of athletes.  I look forward to watching them next year and for many years to come.


- Coach Ms. Whitney Block

Jr Girls

Our Jr. Boy's Volleyball Team had a fantastic year of learning and growing together as a team.
We enjoyed playing in the Horizon league and with the Grade 5 boy's joining us for some exhibition games against Englefeld and Cudworth. We held a Mini Tournament on Oct. 28th and the team was proud to bring home 1st place. We travelled to Foam Lake for Pre Districts and came home with a 3rd place finish in Pre Districts and also a 3rd place finish in League. We have some very talented players on our team and I am excited to see the growth next year when the Grade 5's can play full time.
Our team consisted of Captain and Power- Victor Angob, Setters- Cej Rillorta, and Gab Baril, Powers- Garrett Kelly, Daryl Jay Fergurac, and middles Seger Schreiner, Seb Schreiner, and Drigz Delco.
These young gentlemen played hard all season long, and I am proud to see the growth in not only their volleyball skills, but also their leadership and team mentality. 
Thanks again for a great season boys,
Coach Alicia Richels

The 2023 volleyball season has been nothing short of spectacular, marked by intense competition, thrilling rallies, and unforgettable moments on the court and off. As the season progressed the team soared to new heights, the season unfolded as a testament to the passion and dedication of the players, coaches, and fans/parents who made it all possible.

This year the team consisted of 9 dedicated athletes:


Grade 12 - Yancy Mangulabnan
Grade 11 - Geri Lon Valdesimo and Jaramae Tan
Grade 10 – Megan Baclaan
Grade 9 – Stefanie Angob and Anielle Dungo
Grade 8 – Madden Martens, Crystal Tamba, and Jael Rillorta.

The team practiced Tuesday and Thursday’s morning with league games being on Wednesday after schools. The team traveled to tournaments almost every weekend throughout the season including Davidson, Swan River, Watrous, Quill Lake, and Sturgis. The girls ended up claiming their 6th consecutive Horizon School Division league championship towards the end of the year.


This year SHSAA conferences, regionals and provincials were held at Rose Valley and Anaheim. The team was able to walk away with 2nd at conferences, 3rd at regionals, and 4th at Provincials. The girls fought hard at Provincials and played back to back to back quarter final, semi final and bronze medal games. All 3 games going to 3 sets and the girls lost by 3 points to a strong Annaheim team in the bronze medal game. At the end of the season, LeRoy School was awarded the Provincial Sportsmanship Award, which is a testament to the team, players, coaches, and fans enthusiasm for the sport.


The coaching staff would like to take this time and thank the athletes, without them putting in all the extra effort and being motivated to be the best they possibly can, we don't have the success we do as a team. As coaches, we feel lucky to have such a driven group of athletes that lets us coach them day in and day out. Finally, I would like to thank the parents. Without the continued support from parents on and off the court the season doesn't run as smoothly.


The athletes, coaches, parents and fans are already look forward to next year in hopes to replicate and improve on this year’s success.


Coaches Brody Johb & Geronimo Valdesimo



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