GSS Senior Boys Soccer Team

GSS Senior Boys Soccer wrap up season

Golden Secondary's Senior Boys Soccer Team finished up the season with one last tournament in Hope.

Holly Turner

GSS Senior Boys Soccer Coach

The Senior Boys Soccer team at Golden Secondary School had a great season this year, travelling to 6 tournaments and playing a total of 23 games.  The tournaments were located in Revelstoke, Nakusp, Cranbrook, Invermere, Midway and Hope.  Some of the players also travelled to Vancouver to watch the Whitecaps final game of the season.

The team was comprised of grade 8-12 players, including some international students.

The final tournament in Hope involved nine teams from other grade 8-12 schools and was the best tournament of the season, with an outcome of 3 wins and 3 losses.  The team improved tremendously over the season, both in terms of individual skills and overall play on the field.  In all games, there was a strong showing of sportsmanship and heart.

The team would like to thank Roberta Kohalyk and Becky Rousseau at GSS for their patience and support.

 

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