The BCSS girls soccer team competed at the provincial tournament in Nakusp over the first weekend of June. (Photo submitted)

BCSS girls soccer team makes impact at provincials

The team won the tournament’s “Fair Play” award

The Boundary Central Secondary School’s girls soccer team would like to thank the donors who helped make their recent trip to Nakusp possible. Your generosity was greatly appreciated! Our participation at the Provincial Championships was an amazing experience and many great memories were made. Our team was the proud recipient of the “Fair Play” award. Congratulations girls!

The soccer team would like to thank the following sponsors who helped make for a successful season and a great trip to Nakusp: BCSS Spirit Club, Boundary Electric, Boundary Waste Water Systems and Excavating, Alan Cudworth, Fossen Air Ltd., Ed and Louise Fossen, Freeman’s Country Supply, Fred Grouette (on-site breakfast chef), Heritage Credit Union, Dylan Kelly, Kettle Valley Electric, Kettle Valley Golf Club and Jerry Watson, Kettle River Lions Club, Ross Lautard, Alexa Lucente, Mid-Boundary Contracting, Naturo Springs, Sharico Holdings, Shauna Blaine, Smithfam Ventures, TSB Contracting, Crystal Turnbull, Evy Uphill and Vaagen Fibre Canada.

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