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River East girls dominate on court

The River East Collegiate Grade 9 girls’ volleyball team had an incredible year, going 44-0 in matches this season and 109-3 in sets. Back Row (left to right): Coach Lauren Campbell, Jane Funk, Taylor Thurston, Rachel Ferstl, Elli Harder, Kira Oakes, Kenzie Hamm, Laila Arjoon, coach Emily Harrison, and coach Jeff Spark. 
Front row: Megan Firman, Kaitlyn Koch, Holly Simpson, Tori Isfjord, Kallista Connelly, Kaida Smith, and Felicity Taylor-Evans. Missing: Delaney Mansky.


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