The Beta Blockers won the D Division and are from (left to right) back row: Megan Newby, Cam Betts, Gillian Kheller, Kaitlin Kirkpatrick and Kaitie McLeod. Front row: Drew Barnes and Conor MacAulay. Missing from photo: Amanda MacAulay, Kelsey Bowels, Holly Cochrane, Kirsten and Daren Pigot. Submitted photo

Hitters and Blockers win SOVA beach titles

The Hooded Merganser Hitters, Beta Blockers win South Okanagan Volleyball Association beach titles

Hooded Merganser Hitters and the Beta Blockers are the champs of the beach from the South Okanagan Volleyball Association summer season.

The Hooded Merganser Hitters took the C Division and were first in the standings heading into the playoffs. The Beta Blockers were second going in.

The finals, played at the Skaha Beach volleyball courts, took place on Aug. 29 following three weeks of playoff action. Teams moved on after winning their respective best-of-three matches.

SOVA will now begin its Fall League on Sept. 19. Registration for that league closed on Sept. 1.

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