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Sarah Lyle

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Volleyball rankings

In varsity boys, Mennonite Brethren reclaims the No. 1 spot and River East and Steinbach both improved their positions. In varsity girls, Neelin Spartans of Brandon continue to hold their No. 1 spot. In junior varsity boys, Garden City cracked the Top 10 after its tournament victory and both Louis Riel and Crocus Plains moved up a spot. No movement occurred in the varsity girls category while in the JV girls, Mennonite Brethren moved up a couple spots to No. 4.




1. Neelin Spartans (1)

2. Mennonite Brethren Hawks (2)

3. Miles Macdonell Buckeyes (3)

4. Westwood Warriors (4)

5. Dakota Lancers (5)

6. Lord Selkirk Royals (6)

7. St. Mary's Academy Flames (7)

8. Vincent Massey Trojans (Wpg) (8)

9. Vincent Massey Vikings (Bdn) (9)

10. College Jeanne Sauve Olympiens (10)



1. Mennonite Brethren Hawks (2)

2. Miles Macdonell Buckeyes (1)

3. Lord Selkirk Royals (3)

4. River East Kodiaks (5)

5. Westwood Warriors (4)

6. St. Paul's Crusaders (6)

7. Steinbach Regional (9)

8. Northlands Parkway Nighthawks (Winkler) (7)

9. Daniel McIntyre Maroons (8)

10. Vincent Massey Vikings (Bdn) (NR) & Vincent Massey Trojans (Wpg) (10)




1. Lord Selkirk Royals (1)

2. St. Mary's Academy Flames (2)

3. Vincent Massey Trojans (Wpg) (3)

4. Mennonite Brethren Hawks (7)

5. Miles Macdonell Buckeyes (4)

6. Glenlawn Lions (5)

7. Westgate Wings (6)

8. Sturgeon Heights Huskies (8)

9. Virden Bears (9)

10. Fort Richmond Centurions (10)



1. Steinbach Regional Sabres (1)

2. Mennonite Brethren Hawks (2)

3. Miles Macdonell Buckeyes (3)

4. Lord Selkirk Royals (4)

5. St. Paul's Crusaders (5)

6. Louis Riel Voyageurs (7)

7. Crocus Plains Plainsmen (8)

8. Vincent Massey Vikings (Bdn) (6)

9. John Taylor Pipers (9)

10. Garden City Fighting Gophers (NR)



A very busy few days coming up as the Winnipeg High School Football League semifinals begin.

On Thursday night, Currie Division matchups take place at Eastside Field with West Kildonan vs. Kenora at 4 p.m. and St. Norbert vs. Elmwood at 6:15. At 8:30 p.m., the first Vidruk Division semi has St Paul's AA vs. Grant Park.

On Friday night, games will also take place at Eastside with the second Vidruk semifinal: Garden City vs. Sturgeon Heights at 4 p.m.

The Potter Division semifinals see St Paul's AAA vs Kelvin at 6:15 p.m. and Dakota vs Murdoch MacKay at 8:30 p.m.

The junior varsity semifinals take place at Bison East Field: Vincent Massey vs. Kelvin at 4 p.m. and St. Paul's vs. Oak Park at 6:15 p.m.

For more information and league and tournament results, visit and the MHSAA website at


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