A pair of Kootenay South Youth Soccer Association girls teams are headed to Surrey for the Provincial ‘B’ Cup from July 6 to July 9. the teams, the U-14 and U-17 girls, are made up of players from Castlegar, Fruitvale, Trail and Rossland. Pictured is the U-14 squad. Back row: team manager Robynn Fisher, Coach Mike Makway, Maria Maier, Tessa Makway, Ezrie Zeiler, Lea Boiridy-Graves, Shelby Vulcano, Paige Holmes, Macy Jones, Maylene Engman and Coach Craig Swanson. Middle row: Natasha Podgurny, Marci Brooks, Evelyn Upwards, Mackenzie Clarke, Arwyn Swanson, Marlo Hilderman, Isabella Fisher-Vockeroth, Veyda Reid, Mae Lovick. Front row: Goalies, Reneet Kang and Sydney Spence. Submitted photo

The Kootenay South Youth Soccer Association’s U14 and U17 girls advance to BCs

The U14 and U17 Kootenay South Storm hit the pitch in Surrey this weekend for the Provincial B Cup.

The U14 and U17 Kootenay South Storm hit the pitch in Surrey this weekend for the Provincial B Cup.

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