Lucia Bernar of the dance team (front) was named this year’s Totem Spirit winner. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

Alberni teams finish strong at Totem tournament

Lucia Bernar is crowned Totem Spirit

ADSS had a strong showing at the 63rd annual Totem tournament, with both the senior boys and girls finishing in the top three.

The senior girls made it to the finals after winning their first two games of the tournament, but lost their final match to Lambrick Park, 37-24, and placed second overall.

Meanwhile, the senior boys won their last game against Esquimalt, 67-51, to take third place. First prize went to Reynolds, after a 64-61 win over Isfeld.

Lucia Bernar of the dance team was crowned Totem Spirit winner at the end of the night.

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