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FC Northwest U15 girls win provincial title

Girls prepared emotionally and physically to fight for trophy

FC Northwest U15 girls are pictured after winning the provincial championship on Aug. 26. Back row (from left): assistant coach German Castro, Jessica Munoz, Breyanna Johnston-Krulicki, Emma Burzynski, Emily Brenda, Taylor Sousa, Rorie Ringor, Erin Oczerklewicz, Chloe Oleksiuk, Abby Risken, head coach Laurie McIvor, assistant coach Terry Shultz. Middle row: Bianca Bucci, Jazmyn Castro, Chloe Zarrillo, Jordan Cistarelli, Sydney Tuk, Kia Hryciw-Pang, Hailey Slobodian, Jaeleen Cox, Rachel Mann. Front row: Hailey Palmeiro, Brylin Shuttleworth.

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FC Northwest U15 girls are pictured after winning the provincial championship on Aug. 26. Back row (from left): assistant coach German Castro, Jessica Munoz, Breyanna Johnston-Krulicki, Emma Burzynski, Emily Brenda, Taylor Sousa, Rorie Ringor, Erin Oczerklewicz, Chloe Oleksiuk, Abby Risken, head coach Laurie McIvor, assistant coach Terry Shultz. Middle row: Bianca Bucci, Jazmyn Castro, Chloe Zarrillo, Jordan Cistarelli, Sydney Tuk, Kia Hryciw-Pang, Hailey Slobodian, Jaeleen Cox, Rachel Mann. Front row: Hailey Palmeiro, Brylin Shuttleworth.

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