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The Phoenix Soccer Club U15 girls' team celebrates its outdoor city championship after a 2-1 win over Bonivital on Sept. 21. Phoenix also won the indoor championship earlier this year.
Back row: Tracy Burr (coach), Ali Jacoby, Serena Slonowski, Jamie Newall, Cassandra Tymchen, Madison Earl, Hanna McEwan, Quinn Wonitowy.
Middle row: Celeste Gallego, Chloe Balog, Mackenzie Dobson, Claire Henrick, Morgan Burr, Brett Balog (coach).
Front row: Autumn Napoakesik, Madison Koziuk, Alyssa Fedyck.

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The Phoenix Soccer Club U15 girls' team celebrates its outdoor city championship after a 2-1 win over Bonivital on Sept. 21. Phoenix also won the indoor championship earlier this year. Back row: Tracy Burr (coach), Ali Jacoby, Serena Slonowski, Jamie Newall, Cassandra Tymchen, Madison Earl, Hanna McEwan, Quinn Wonitowy. Middle row: Celeste Gallego, Chloe Balog, Mackenzie Dobson, Claire Henrick, Morgan Burr, Brett Balog (coach). Front row: Autumn Napoakesik, Madison Koziuk, Alyssa Fedyck. Photo Store

The Phoenix Soccer Club U15 girls’ team celebrates its outdoor city championship after a 2-1 win over Bonivital on Sept. 21. Phoenix also won the indoor championship earlier this year.
Back row: Tracy Burr (coach), Ali Jacoby, Serena Slonowski, Jamie Newall, Cassandra Tymchen, Madison Earl, Hanna McEwan, and Quinn Wonitowy.
Middle row: Celeste Gallego, Chloe Balog, Mackenzie Dobson, Claire Henrick, Morgan Burr, and Brett Balog (coach).  
Front row: Autumn Napoakesik, Madison Koziuk, and Alyssa Fedyck.

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