Winning at home: Ponoka’s St. Augustine JV girls volleyball team have won their league. Playing at home Thursday night, the girls defeated DTHS in two sets with very little trouble. The team is the West Central Volleyball League girls JV champs. In these pictures they pose with the banner and their medals; first as a formal group and then with the dab. They were coached by Ann Nibungco and Grade 12 player Hailey Petterson. Photos submitted by Darren Josephison

PHOTO: Ponoka’s St. Augustine JV girls win volleyball league

The team had a great finals winning in two sets in Ponoka

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

The team had a great finals winning in two sets in Ponoka

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Winning at home: Ponoka’s St. Augustine JV girls volleyball team have won their league. Playing at home Thursday night, the girls defeated DTHS in two sets with very little trouble. The team is the West Central Volleyball League girls JV champs. In these pictures they pose with the banner and their medals; first as a formal group and then with the dab. They were coached by Ann Nibungco and Grade 12 player Hailey Petterson. Photos submitted by Darren Josephison

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