VIDEO: Beach volleyball a blast!

The Mr Mikes Beach Blast tournament in Terrace this weekend was a hit for players all over the north

The Mr. Mikes Beach Blast tournament in Terrace this weekend, was a hit for players all over the north.

More winners will be posted here shortly, but to get started here’s a brief run down on the competitive co-ed final.

The title this year was claimed by Space Fam, a team with Smithers players Morgan and Trent Monkman, Braydon Karrer, and Terrace’s Correina McNeice.

Space Fam beat Nate’s Crew in the finals, a team with Nathan Struyk, Lucas Mantel, Cole Nutma, and Lindsay Ewald.

Both teams claimed one set in the final match on Monday evening, and battled back and forth for the win.

Tied at 13-13 in the final set, Space Fam managed the clinch two quick points to claim the overall victory.

Here’s a short video with a few thoughts from Correina, as well as a batch of pictures from the event:

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