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JTCC soccer squad enjoyed successful season

Girls soccer team went undefeated in league play, won charity tournament

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Standing, from left to right: Karianna Smith, Nicole Clayton, Holly Recksiedler, Summer Sabourin, Brooke Chapman, Baylee Delorme-Goertzen, Zoey Delaurier, Brittney Shpak, Zoe Harbottle, Ariana Papaioannou, Emily Dejaegher, Robyn Chow, Caillen Galaugher, Jordan Charney, Alexa Sawyer. Kneeling: Brooke Delorme-Goertzen. Not pictured: coaches Joy Chapman and Kevin Harbottle.

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Standing, from left to right: Karianna Smith, Nicole Clayton, Holly Recksiedler, Summer Sabourin, Brooke Chapman, Baylee Delorme-Goertzen, Zoey Delaurier, Brittney Shpak, Zoe Harbottle, Ariana Papaioannou, Emily Dejaegher, Robyn Chow, Caillen Galaugher, Jordan Charney, Alexa Sawyer. Kneeling: Brooke Delorme-Goertzen. Not pictured: coaches Joy Chapman and Kevin Harbottle. Photo Store

The Jonathan Toews Community Centre U11 girls’ team capped off a successful soccer season by winning the 2013 Cambrian city championship.

According to joint coach, Kevin Harbottle, the team beat Linden Woods in the championship game in the rain and cold on Sept. 28. The title-winning team also went undefeated in league play and was victorious in the Children’s Hospital Foundation Soccer Tournament in June.   

The team is based out of JTCC, at 1188 Dakota St., but also includes players from Norberry-Glenlee and Archwood community centres, Harbottle said.

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