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Seymour a strong asset

Chantel Seymour in recent Fraser Valley soccer action - Chuck Bennett
Chantel Seymour in recent Fraser Valley soccer action
— image credit: Chuck Bennett

Chuck Bennett

Black Press

 

Kootenay South striker Chantel Seymour proved to be a handful against arch-rival Nelson in BC Soccer B Cup Provincial Championship Saturday in Chilliwack.

Seymour had a number of key drives that definitely challenged Nelson's backline. Unfortunately for Seymour and her U15 teammates, they couldn't break through and fell 3-nil in a very entertaining game. Kootenay South went winless in the tournament, but will have a chance to redeem themselves in its last game of the tournament tomorrow.

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