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Beach volleyball

BEACH VOLLEYBALL:  The courts were full on Parksville Beach as beach volleyball was once again taking place Tuesday evening. The cooler weather didn’t bother the players, who were ready to set, bump, dig and spike all evening long. - Tyson Taylor Photo
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: The courts were full on Parksville Beach as beach volleyball was once again taking place Tuesday evening. The cooler weather didn’t bother the players, who were ready to set, bump, dig and spike all evening long.
— image credit: Tyson Taylor Photo

The courts were full on Parksville Beach as beach volleyball was once again taking place Tuesday evening. The cooler weather didn’t bother the players, who were ready to set, bump, dig and spike all evening long.

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