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U12 Sooke Thrashers defeat Bays United

Sooke player, Zack, 11, dribbles the ball down the field.  - Sharron Ho
Sooke player, Zack, 11, dribbles the ball down the field.
— image credit: Sharron Ho

The U12 Sooke Thrashers defeated Bays United, 3-2, last Saturday at Fred Milne Park.

“They did pretty good, not too bad, they stuck with their guys a bit,” said coach Chris Cox.

He said the boys need to work on their passing, but added they have improved steadily over the season.

“They’re getting a lot better from the beginning, they’re starting to play like a team now.”

The weekend’s victory was dedicated to assistant coach Steve Waring, who is currently recovering from a broken leg.

 

 

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