The final weekend of SHSAA volleyball around the province helped put an end to the 2023 high-school season. Both Unity and Wilkie qualified for provincials, the Warriors at home in Unity, and the McLurg School Broncs all the way down in Pambrun and Ponteix. 

Beginning with Wilkie's showing in the 2A bracket, they finished as one of the top teams in Pool A with a 3-1 record. That placed them as the higher seed going into the first elimination bracket matchup with MJ Cornerstone, though unfortunately the Broncs were upset by Moose Jaw in straight sets and saw their season end in the quarter-finals.  

Saskatoon Christian would come out victorious in the tournament over the other top-seeded team from Makwa. 

🏐2A Boys🏆

🥇 Saskatoon Christian School
🥈 Makwa
🥉 Ponteix

— SHSAAsport (@shsaasport) November 26, 2023

The 3A bracket in Unity saw the hosts break play in Pool B with a 2-2 record. They would line up against the higher seeded Osler VCA, and put up a fight winning the first set, but eventually lost the next two straight to end their season. 

As you can see above Esterhazy won the tournament, taking down silver medalists Assiniboia in the finals, and then Valley Christian Academy finished with bronze.

The end of boys provincials put a cap on SHSAA volleyball until next season. Many players will be moving on to play club.

Read a fun story below on the Unity Warriors' senior girls team, who were gracious enough to volunteer this past weekend at provincials while the senior boys Warriors' team competed for gold.

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