Soccer, volleyball teams wrapping up season at Similkameen Elementary Secondary School

Summary of Similkameen Elementary Secondary School sports as volleyball, soccer wrap up for the season


The Similkameen Elementary Secondary boys’ soccer team made it the Provinicals in Abbotsford on  the weekend of November 9 -10, finishing 10th overall.

They were the only public school in the top ten, losing three games and winning two.

The senior girls volleyball team participated in the Valleys Tournament in Kelowna on the weekend of November  15 – 16, finishing in fifth place.

Senior boys placed 10th at the soccer provincials.

The boys 6/7 district volleyball tournament will be hosted here at SESS on December 6, junior girls volleyball placed fourth in their playoff run.


The grade 6/7 boys volleyball team are planning a game on Friday, November 22 against Osoyoos.



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