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Aldergrove U-16 girls soccer team win Valley Cup

Aldergrove won the U16 girls soccer Fraser Valley Cup with a final score of Aldergrove Cobras 3 - Langley Cyclones 0.

On Saturday, March 8, Aldergrove won the U16 girls soccer Fraser Valley Cup with a final score of Aldergrove Cobras 3 – Langley Cyclones 0.

The team followed this win on Sunday, March 9, when the Cobras won first place in the League Championship playoffs. Final score was Aldergrove Cobras 5 – North Shore Wildcats 1.

In photo, back row from left are Madeline Buis, Amandeep Cheema, Brooklyn Shaw, Gurleen Sidhu, Jenna Duckworth, Taylor Wiens, Hunter Pineau; front row from left are Amanda Bunt, Taylor Ann Walters, Brittnee Rollinson, Sierra Gustafson, Brooklyn Demelo, Meaghan Eakins, and Kailey Snow. Coaches are Mel Snow and Jamie Shaw.

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