Hannah May and the Belmont Bulldogs senior girls made the most of their trip to Nanaimo for the Vancouver Island University Invitational vollleyball tournament last weekend.

Bulldogs girls capture VIU tourney crown

Another weekend and another tournament title for the dominant Belmont senior girls volleyball team.

Another weekend, another tournament title for the Belmont senior girls volleyball team.

The Bulldogs captured the championship at the Vancouver Island University tournament last weekend in Nanaimo, beating St. Thomas More Knights of Vancouver 2-0 (25-20-25-13) in Saturday’s final.

Belmont, ranked No. 1 in the province among AAAA teams heading into the tournament, cruised through the round robin undefeated and posted a 6-0 match record overall.

Savannah Purdy wrapped up another most valuable player award after the final, while teammates Taylee Pomponio, Hannah May and Gracie May were named tournament all-stars.

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