The Central Alberta Queens U15 Extreme girls won gold at the Volleyball Alberta Premier 3 event on the weekend and sit in top spot among U15 volleyball teams in Alberta. (Contributed photo)

Cental Alberta Queens U15 Extreme golden at premier 3 event

The Central Alberta Queens U15 Extreme girls are on top heading to provincials after a gold medal win at Volleyball Alberta Premier 3 last weekend.

CAQVC went 3-0 in round robin play at University of Alberta and beat out the Calgary Dinos in the crossover game to advance to the playoffs.

They knocked off TSAVC West and the Pandas Gambatte to advance to the gold medal match against Pandas Kaizen, which they took in two straight sets.

Team members are Rilyn Boorman, Madelyn DeZutter, Lauren Domoney, Avery Hansen, Lauren Junck, Sophie Kay, Peighton Melton, Sydney Monaghan, Paige Roslinsky, Dylan Rusnak and Haley Zinger. They are coached by Keith Hansen, Kirsten DeZutter, and Kelly Roslinksy.

With the tournament victory, they are in top spot among 86 U15 teams in Alberta heading into provincials May 4-5 in Calgary.



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