The Stanley Humphries Secondary School girls soccer team competed in the Desert Spring Classic Tournament in Osoyoos April 4 - 5. The team had two wins (one by forfeit) and two losses in the tournament.

SHSS girls soccer team takes talents to the Okanagan

Stanley Humphries Secondary School girls soccer team competed in Osoyoos April 4 - 5.

The Stanley Humphries Secondary School girls soccer team competed in Osoyoos April 4 – 5 at the Desert Spring Classic Tournament, breaking even in the win-loss column after one team forfeited a game.

“In our pool, we played Princess Margaret’s who beat us 6 – 0 and Credo Christian who beat us 3 – 0,” said coach Branwen Hainsworth in an email. “We were then in the third place flight and were scheduled to play Merritt and Southridge. We beat Merritt 3 – 2 with great goals from Rebekah Liszt and Danika Bartlett then Southridge forfeited their game with us.”

Hainsworth said it was a learning experience for the team as they have 10 new players.

“The girls played hard and showed a lot of grit and determination but we learned that we have a lot of practicing to do,” she said.

 

 

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