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Cranbrook U-13/14 Rovers win gold

(From left) Drew Dreger, Gabriel Franklin, Jacob Sebben, Ethan Blair, Jordan Klassen, Mikey Stambulic, Jamie Casselman, Tyler Epp, Mark Armstrong, Jovon Klassen, Cameron Paulson, Caleb Creber, Matheu Waurynchuk, Cody Sugihara. - Photo Nahoko Sugihara
(From left) Drew Dreger, Gabriel Franklin, Jacob Sebben, Ethan Blair, Jordan Klassen, Mikey Stambulic, Jamie Casselman, Tyler Epp, Mark Armstrong, Jovon Klassen, Cameron Paulson, Caleb Creber, Matheu Waurynchuk, Cody Sugihara.
— image credit: Photo Nahoko Sugihara

Hard work by the players and coaches has resulted in another victory for a local soccer team as they travelled beyond the border to take on the best players in their division.

The U13/14 Rovers made it to the championship game at the Pend Oreille Cup on September 8 in Sandpoint, Idaho.

The Rovers were victorious with a 2-0 win over The Academy Idaho to capture the gold medal.  It was a great way to finish the season.

Special thank you to coaches, Michael Stambulic and Fiona  Risdon.

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