The Horizon Central Athletic Association will once again have plenty of teams attend girls provincial volleyball.
A total of nine teams advanced out of regional playoffs on November 10 and 11.
In Kenaston, Englefeld won the region, defeating Annaheim in the semifinal before knocking off Rose Valley in the conference final. Annaheim went on to defeated Imperial in the third place game to punch their ticket to provincials.
Muenster advanced to provincials by winning the east regional in Hanley. The Cougars defeated Birch Hills and Langham in the playoffs.
At the south regional in Lemberg, Raymore clinched their spot in provincials by defeating Wawota in the semifinal. They placed second in the region, losing to Davidson in the final game.
The Wynyard Bears and Foam Lake Panthers came out of the Hudson Bay regional. Wynyard defeated Meath Park in the semifinal before knocking off Foam Lake in the regional final.
In Wakaw, the Warriors downed Watrous in the final game to win the region.
Provincials take place November 17-18 in Fox Valley for 1A teams, Davidson for 2A teams, and in Carlyle for 3A teams.