Sooke Girls Squirt team are off to the provincials in Langley on July 14.

Sooke girls Squirt team takes gold at districts

Off to the provincials

The Sooke Girls Squirt team played amazing this weekend at the districts in Central Saanich. They won all of their games with an outstanding lead in every match, and a win with a mercy in their final game against Langford with a score of 20-5.  They are off to the provincials in Langley on July 14. The girls played with great enthusiasm and dedication and many thanks goes out to the parents for all of their support, and of course the coaches:  Len Sudlow, Bruce Cummings, and Mike Maclean.  Pictured above in no particular order are: Tayler Bernard, Kailee Purnell, Tanya Fogarty, Nicole Oyler, Erin Nielsen, Cassidy Childs, Lexey Dumont, Lajah Warren, Mariyah Dunn-Jones, Desiree Cumming, Alison Sudlow, Rylie Mclean, Len Sudlow, Bruce Cumming, and Mike Mclean.

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