The Estevan Comprehensive School senior girls' volleyball squad was the best team from start to finish in their home tournament on the weekend.
The Elecs defeated Carlyle 25-15, 25-15 in the final on Saturday.
ECS posted a 10-2 record in round-robin play, then defeated Oxbow in the semis.
"We've been kind of building every weekend and we've really been challenging ourselves in practice, so it's been nice to have this weekend where we could come in and start to experience some success and start to see the fruits of our labour," said Elecs coach Cole Hintz.
With each round-robin match only going to two sets, each set counted in the standings. The Elecs' only set losses came against Yorkton Sacred Heart, 25-10, and against Weyburn, 25-22.
"We seemed to build all weekend. Every weekend's been like that, where we start at a certain level and every match so far, we've been taking one or two steps forward," said Hintz.
"It's always good to experience success because you get used to that feeling, and you start expecting that feeling going forward."
Hintz said he's optimistic that this year's group will have a strong season.
"I like the potential that we have. As long as we keep working hard in practice, I think it's just whatever limitations we put on ourselves. I don't think we're limited in any position right now. I think as long as we continue to develop, we'll be in a good spot at the end of the year."
The junior girls also took part in the senior tournament, losing all six of their matches.