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Star athlete Ruby Sorra, highly recruited for her brilliant play in beach volleyball, showed her dominance in the indoor game with a clutch performance at the Toronto District School Board’s senior boys’ volleyball championship. Sorra, given permission to play on the boys’ team when her school couldn’t field a girls’ squad, was superb. With the thrilling match at Ryerson University requiring five sets, Sorra clicked with five of the final six points for Birchmount Park. Trailing 14-10, the Panthers rallied for a remarkable come-from-behind 16-14 win. Birchmount Park also had a spotlight performance from team captain and power hitter Dejan Ljubicic.To get to the final, Birchmount Park beat Harbord 3-0 in set wins of 25-13, 27-25, 25-20. Silverthorn, having lost 25-21, won its next three sets over Macdonald, 25-19, 25-21, 25-17.
Macdonald Black Scots needed three sets to defeat Scarborough-rival West Hill in the final of the Toronto District School Board’s junior boys’ volleyball championship.
After Macdonald won 25-21 in the first set, West Hill rebounded with a 25-23 win. In the deciding set, Macdonald took control and won 15-9 for the championship. Macdonald advanced to the citywide final, beating Etobicoke 2-0 with straight set wins of 25-19, 25-13. West Hill lost its first semifinal set to Marc Garneau 25-10, but won the next two – 25-16, 15-12.