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Kiana and Kale headline St. Clair roundup

Updated: Mar 8

Kiana Huggins is an All-Canadian and received her award at the CCAA women's volleyball championship banquet in Red Deer, Alberta this week. The London native became the first Saints women's player to earn the accolade in back to back years. A third-year outside hitter finished second in the OCAA with 3.55 kills per set and was an integral part of the Saints offence.

Kale Wilkinson received his CCAA All-Canadian Award this week as well in Victoria, B.C.

The second year outside-hitter is the first to get the nod nationally since Jason Hernandez in 2015. A Riverside grad, Wilkinson dominted the net this season finishing first in the OCAA with 3.96 kills per set and 265 overall kills.

The women's soccer team fell short in their quest to medal at the OCAA Indoor Championships in Vaughan, Ontario. The Saints had a difficult time finding the back of the net Friday losing 1-0 to Seneca in the semi-finals.

In the bronze medal game St. Clair faced a familiar foe from Durham. The teams played to a scoreless tie in the round robin but someone had to win in their final game of the season. Unfortunately for a young Saints teams, they lost 1-0. "Absolutely proud of my team," said head coach Steve Vagnini. "These ladies deserve much credit."

The squad featured 15 rookies on the 18 player roster.

"They work hard and are starting to understand that they don't like to lose," said Vagnini whose team also lost to the Lords in the outdoor bronze medal game. "Remembering that feelingof these minor setbacks is the fuel for a championship program to continue to grow."

The men's indoor soccer team won a game, lost a game and tied a game in the round robin and missed out on qualifying for the medal round.

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