Back row: coach Autumn Woelk, Taylor Roth, Donna Broemeling, Bailey Lang, Emma McMullin, Katlyne Glasier, Tia Fitzpatrick and coach Brad Robbins; Middle row: Julia Dietrich, Avery Olafson, Reagan Robbins, Hannah Van Straten, Jakoby Fitzpatrick and Kenya Richards; Front: keeper Denise Raho. (Contributed photo)

Stettler’s U15 girls headed to provincials

Won silver in CASA league

Stettler U15 girls are heading to provincials in St. Paul July 6-8. They won silver in the Central Alberta Soccer League (CASA) league for 2018. The Stettler U15 girls played in Ponoka last weekend for the provincial qualifiers. They played two games, winning the first against Ponoka and losing the second to Camrose. Stettler U15 boys played their hearts out and had a few losses in team members due to injury and illness. That didn’t stop the boys from playing as hard as they could and those that couldn’t play were there to cheer on their team. Unfortunately, the boys didn’t qualify for provincials; Camrose will represent CASA this year.

 

U15 boys, from left, coach Trent Cottam, Junny Makanza, Ty Holden, Josh De Guzman, Yuvraj Uppal, Jacob Cottam, Eric Bridge, Brody Lang, Colby Compton, Shubh Sharma, Sheldon Close, Thomas Glasier, Lukas Van Straten, Nathan Jefferies, Lincoln Broemeling, and coach Jason Bridge. (Contributed photo)

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