Redhawks fourth at Fraser Valleys

D.W. Poppy Grade 8/9 girls soccer team falls in bronze medal game

D.W. Poppy's Savannah Sunquist (red) clashes with a member of the Queen Elizabeth Royals during Fraser Valley Grade 8/9 girls quarter-final action at D.W. Poppy Secondary earlier this month. The Redhawks won 4-1.

The D.W. Poppy Redhawks came up short in their quest for a medal at the Fraser Valley championships.

The Grade 8/9 girls soccer team lost 1-0 to Pitt Meadows in the bronze medal game on May 21.

The Redhawks were the third seed at the Fraser Valley championships.

And the team won their quarter-final game by a convincing 4-1 score over Queen Elizabeth. But in the semifinals, Poppy lost to Thomas Haney.

Poppy had gone 5-0-1 during the regular season.

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