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On the ball

The Rossland Secondary School senior girls soccer team rolled over its opposition at the rural championships.

The Rossland Secondary School senior girls soccer team was in Osoyoos over the weekend participating in the Public School Single A Rural Championship and won it all, outscoring the opposition 31-3.

RSS defeated Merritt 10-1, Fraser Lake 8-1, Pemberton 8-0 and Pender Harbour 5-1.

Rossland also took the most individual awards: Kayla Zimmer was tournament MVP, Jaala Derochie and Kaycee McKinnon made the tournament all-star team and Kaycee McKinnon also won the Golden Boot for most goals in the tournament.

“Another bitter sweet win as it will be the last time our school and city will be represented at this tournament,” said RSS coach Rick McKinnon.

Rossland will be hosting the Single A Provincial Tournament May 30 to June 1 with 16 teams from around the province playing games in Rossland and Trail. F

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