PHOTO: Revelstoke girls shine at Shore N’ Score

Revelstoke U11 girls soccer team finishes third at Salmon Arm Shore 'N Score soccer tournament.

Revelstoke's U11 girls team did us proud at the Salmon Arm Shore ‘N’ Score tournament last weekend

Revelstoke’s U11 girls team did us proud at the Salmon Arm Shore ‘N’ Score tournament last weekend, capturing the bronze medal for their division after some very intense games. They have been practicing hard all summer as a team and the results were very apparent.

This team continues to make their parents and coaches proud with their unbelievable drive, determination, team spirit and undeniable sportsmanship.

They all played amazing and deserve recognition: Fia Cameron, Sydney Musseau, Mia Kramer and Rhenna Secord all received MVP’s during the tournament (which were picked by opposing teams).

Way to go girls you made us all proud.

Thank you to coaches James Kramer and John Secord for your amazing leadership, and Angelika Ubremovich for your amazing camps — the girls love you guys.

~ Contributed by Tanya Secord


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