The gold medal winning Revelstoke Youth Soccer Association U13 Boys team

Revelstoke’s U13 Boys win gold at Shore N’ Score tTournament

Revelstoke U13 boys win gold, U11 boys bronze and U11 girls bronze at Shore N' Score Cup in Salmon Arm.

RYSA had three teams enter the Shuswap FC Shore N’ Score Cup on July 12 and 13.  It was blazing hot but all teams played extremely well and had a lot of fun.

The U13 boys team made it to the gold medal match and went on to beat the home team Shuswap FC 2-1 taking the gold.

The U11 boys team entered the bronze medal match and captured the bronze with a 2-1 take over Shuswap FC.

The U11 girls team played in their first tournament in a U11/U12 division and also brought home the bronze, tying for third place with Kootenay South with a 5-2 win over William’s Lake

Congratulations to all the teams for a great tournament.

 

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