BCI defeats St. John’s in Sr. Girls Volleyball Semis

Delaney Garlow struggles to return impressive serves from BCI. (Photo by Josh Giles)

By Josh Giles Sports Writer BRANTFORD- The volleyball season may be coming to a close soon, but the BCI Mustangs were right on their game recently facing off in semi-final action against the St John’s Eagles. The Sr. Girls’ Volleyball matchup heavily favoured BCI who have been unstoppable in every game they’ve played. Those expectations were reflected from Mustangs Head Coach Michael Antonowicz. “We’re undefeated so we expect to go to the finals. We have strong power, good strength, good grit and I’m excited,” said Antonowicz. And they didn’t disappoint. Winning the first two sets in commanding fashion 25-12 in the first and 25-13 in the second, it wasn’t until they pulled BCI star player Tenisha Hill in the third set that the Mustangs began to struggle. St. John’s got…

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