The Revelstoke Secondary School senior boys soccer team.

Revelstoke Secondary 3rd in Kamloops soccer tournament

Revelstoke Secondary School senior boys soccer team finishes third in tournament in Kamloops last week

The Revelstoke Secondary School senior boys soccer team participated in the Sa-Hali Sabres classic tournament in Kamloops, B.C., capturing the third place prize.

The first day produced three big victories, including a 4-3 win over Sullivan Heights, a AAA school more than three times the size of the Revelstoke high school.

The boys finished top of their group, which placed them in a semi final game against the host team of Sa-Hali.

The team lost their semi final 3-0, sending them to a third place penalty shoot-out against Fleetwood Park Secondary.

Revelstoke won the penalty shoot in dramatic fashion, going behind a goal before a save and a missed penalty from Fleetwood put Revelstoke in front for good.

The team would like to thank coach Rob Evans for all of his hard work during the weekend.

The team is back to league play this week, with a game against Seaton Secondary School on Thursday, Oct. 3. The team won its season opener last Monday, Sept. 23, over Salmon Arm’s Kings Christian School.

 

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