The Stettler U17 girls is a small team with big hearts and a strong love for the game. The girls were able to come together and win the bronze medal in the Central Alberta Soccer Association league beating Rocky Knights in Lacombe in a shootout on June 20. Up against large teams and not great weather, the girls never gave up. “As coaches and parents we couldn’t be more proud,” said coach Michelle Wyness. The team: Back row, coach Michelle Wyness, Madison Swaren, Kyla Johnston, Meghan Matchett, Bailey Strandquist, Bailey Musgrove and Shelley Renschler (assistant coach); middle row, Sydney Kobi, Madison Imbrey, Kayla Mielke, Katie Satre and Abby Musgrove; front row, Autumn Wyness, Nankie Uppal and Ratchel Dietrich. (Contributed photo)

Stettler U17 girls win bronze

Small team faced challenges

Small team faced challenges

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