Belmont’s Olivia Godek

Belmont’s beach volleyballers excel in Parksville

West Shore girls capture top three spots in Grade 10 division

Coming off a highly successful indoor season in school volleyball play, Belmont beach teams picked up where they left off last weekend in Parksville.

Led by the gold medal-winning pair of Savannah Purdy and Olivia Godek, who captured their third straight title, having won their division in Grade 8 and 9, Belmont swept the Grade 10 girls division podium at the Vancouver Island High School Open.

Purdy and Godek defeated the sisters team of Hannah and Gracie May in the June 4 final. Taylee Pomponio and Sydney Belton won the bronze medal.

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