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Riders three-peat as provincial U17A soccer champs

The CC Riders were crowned Nova Scotia U17A champions after a 1-0 win over Cole Harbour in the gold-medal game. Members of the Riders are, front row, from left, Ethan Dahr, Zach Richards, Michael Adams, Cameron Degroot, Graham Thurston, Riley MacLeod, Nick Levangie, team assistant Hunter Sill and Calem MacLeod. Second row, assistant coach Darlene McEachren, Cody Patriquin, Taryn Gould, Adam McEachren, Brody Schmitt, Ian Wheeler, Riley McEachren, Drew Mumford, Ben Lauther, Alex Currie, and coach Russ Lauther.
The CC Riders were crowned Nova Scotia U17A champions after a 1-0 win over Cole Harbour in the gold-medal game. Members of the Riders are, front row, from left, Ethan Dahr, Zach Richards, Michael Adams, Cameron Degroot, Graham Thurston, Riley MacLeod, Nick Levangie, team assistant Hunter Sill and Calem MacLeod. Second row, assistant coach Darlene McEachren, Cody Patriquin, Taryn Gould, Adam McEachren, Brody Schmitt, Ian Wheeler, Riley McEachren, Drew Mumford, Ben Lauther, Alex Currie, and coach Russ Lauther.

TRURO, N.S. – For the third straight year the CC Riders are Nova Scotia under-17A boys soccer champs.

Drew Mumford scored in double overtime in the championship game as the Riders edged Cole Harbour 1-0 to claim the provincial crown.

In their first game, the Riders won 3-0 over Halifax-Dunbrack on goals by Nick Levangie, Ryan McEachren and Adam McEachren.

In a 1-1 tie against Dartmouth, Taryn Gould had the lone goal for the Riders.

In their other match, the Riders lost 1-0 to Cole Harbour.

All goalkeeping duties for the tournament were shared by Ethan Dahr and Calem MacLeod.

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