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U-13 CC Riders win Highland Soccer League crown

The CC Riders capped an undefeated Highland Soccer League season with a 3-0 victory over the Antigonish Celtics in the championship game on Tuesday at Harmony Heights. Members of the Riders are, front, Marissa Archibald; front row, from left, Maria Martin, Mickela Leedham, Lienna Storry-Trefry, Briana Blaauwendraat, Eve Carreau, Mikayla Hingley, Baillie Griffon and Lucy MacKinnon; second row, head coach Steve Lindsay, Payton Pugsley, Emma Purdy, Jess Cock, Chloe Lindsay, Nina Green, Chloe Hart, April MacKay, Jewel Woolfitt, Fayth Payson, Jaclyn Sherry and assistant coach Mark Hingley.
The CC Riders capped an undefeated Highland Soccer League season with a 3-0 victory over the Antigonish Celtics in the championship game on Tuesday at Harmony Heights. Members of the Riders are, front, Marissa Archibald; front row, from left, Maria Martin, Mickela Leedham, Lienna Storry-Trefry, Briana Blaauwendraat, Eve Carreau, Mikayla Hingley, Baillie Griffon and Lucy MacKinnon; second row, head coach Steve Lindsay, Payton Pugsley, Emma Purdy, Jess Cock, Chloe Lindsay, Nina Green, Chloe Hart, April MacKay, Jewel Woolfitt, Fayth Payson, Jaclyn Sherry and assistant coach Mark Hingley.

TRURO, N.S. – The CC Riders under-13 girls Tier 2 team captured the Highland Soccer League title on Tuesday after a 3-0 victory over the Antigonish Celtics.

Payton Pugsley of the CC Riders eyes an opening during the Highland Soccer League final on Tuesday.

Nicole Hart, Chloe Lindsay and Lienna Storry-Trefry scored goals for the Riders, who led 1-0 at halftime. Marissa Archibald earned the shutout.

The win capped an undefeated season for the Riders, who will host the eight-team Nova Scotia championship tournament next weekend at Harmony Heights and King Street soccer fields.

Chloe Hart of the Riders battles for the ball against Meredith Spin of the Antigonish Celtics.
Jaclyn Sherry of the Riders gets to the ball on the sideline.

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