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U-12 Riders undefeated at Baldursson tournament
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Sep 30, 2017 at 8:36 a.m.
The CC Riders under-12 girls’ soccer team posted a 3-0 record at the recent Gunn Baldursson memorial tournament in Kentville. Members of the team are, first row, from left, Sadie Debow, Holly Grace, Carley Rieksts, Madison Pelley, Morgane Moore, Stacey Shaddick and Anna Terry; second row, Nadia Barrington, Piper Sampson, Sophia MacDonald, Lauren Smith, Isabel McEwing, Brooke Williston, Mattea Bernard and Lucy Fulmore. Absent are Leah Jollimore and Dannan Forbes. The team expressed its gratitude to the Glooscap’s Trading Post in Millbrook for its support.
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