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The Phoenix U11 girls' soccer team wrapped up the Cambrian City Championship with a 2-1 victory over FCNW on Sept. 28. Phoenix was strong all season, posting a 17-1-1 record in regular season play.
Back row: Gian Paolucci (coach), Eryn Sitar, Amy Rheubottom, Camilla Paolucci, Cassie Friesen, Neely Hammerberg, Jenna Kunkel.
Front row: Amber Szajewski, Katie Fast, Madison Zadro, Faye Wightman, Holly Johnson.

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The Phoenix U11 girls' soccer team wrapped up the Cambrian City Championship with a 2-1 victory over FCNW on Sept. 28. Phoenix was strong all season, posting a 17-1-1 record in regular season play. Back row: Gian Paolucci (coach), Eryn Sitar, Amy Rheubottom, Camilla Paolucci, Cassie Friesen, Neely Hammerberg, Jenna Kunkel. Front row: Amber Szajewski, Katie Fast, Madison Zadro, Faye Wightman, Holly Johnson. Photo Store

The Phoenix U11 girls’ soccer team wrapped up the Cambrian City Championship with a 2-1 victory over FCNW on Sept. 28. Phoenix was strong all season, posting a 17-1-1 record in regular season play.
Back row: Gian Paolucci (coach), Eryn Sitar, Amy Rheubottom, Camilla Paolucci, Cassie Friesen, Neely Hammerberg, and Jenna Kunkel. Front row: Amber Szajewski, Katie Fast, Madison Zadro, Faye Wightman, and Holly Johnson.

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