Kierra Cates challenges a JL Crowe player.

Bulldogs shut out JL Crowe

The Bulldogs are on a roll.

The Bulldogs are on a roll.

The Stanley Humphries Secondary School’s (SHSS) senior girls soccer team beat Trail’s JL Crowe Secondary School last Wednesday in a 2-0 shutout.

Goals came from Hailey McLean and Courtney Terhune in the second half, coach Branwen Hainsworth said.

“The girls responded really well to a half-time pep talk about scoring right away in the second half to get Crowe back on their heels,” she said.

SHSS will have to defend their record against JL Crowe next Wednesday when the two teams play in Trail, but this weekend the team will head to a tournament in Nakusp.

After their last regular season game next week, they’ll prepare for East-West Kootenay playoffs May 13 and 14 in Trail.

If the team wins, they’ll qualify for provincials, otherwise their season will be finished.

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