The SAMS Soccer Team celebrates in Prince George.

SAMS soccer team places third in Zone Championship

On October 15th SAMS co-ed soccer team left Bella Coola for the 2014 Northern Central Single A Boys Zones.

On October 15th SAMS co-ed soccer team left Bella Coola for the 2014 Northern Central Single A Boys Zones.  They played their first game against this year’s zone winner, West Side from Prince George and lost 2-0.  Later that day SAMS played North Side from Vanderhoof and won 2-0. Four games later our team found themselves playing for third against Northside. Both teams played hard and SAMS took the win with a score of 5-1.

The awards ceremony illustrated how well SAMS played, they not only brought home a third place trophy and bronze medals, but a most sportsmanlike, and best goalie award for Blair Hans. Many thanks to the SAMS coaches, Alex Boileau and Kelly Nestergaard, and the trip chaperones Shannon Cherry and Kirsten Schieck for making the trip possible.

Team Members: Andrew Christensen, Ashley Moore, Jordan Tuck, Blair Hans, Dylan Tuck, Kelly Harrison, David Brooks, Samuel Stewart, Ezzra Mecham, Christian Webber,  Bryn Howard, Lauren Harrison, Aaron Schieck, Isaac Silver-Mack and Lucinda Nelson (Elijah Mecham)

 

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