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Offence leads Southridge girls to soccer victory

Southridge Storm’s Katie Bishop (right) makes a play on the ball during Thursday’s Fraser Valley senior girls championship game. Storm won 6-1. - Nick Greenizan photo
Southridge Storm’s Katie Bishop (right) makes a play on the ball during Thursday’s Fraser Valley senior girls championship game. Storm won 6-1.
— image credit: Nick Greenizan photo

Carina Lauzon scored a hat-trick Thursday to lead the Southridge Storm to a convincing 6-1 win over the rival St. John Brebeuf Bears in the senior girls single-A Fraser Valley soccer final.

Southridge’s offensive attack – put on display in front of their home fans at the South Surrey school – was in high gear right from the game’s opening minute, as the home team jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half.

In addition to Lauzon’s three, Southridge also got goals from Tanvir Aujla, Julia Lauzon and Shannon Fraser.

St. John Brebeuf scored their lone goal just a few minutes before halftime, when a shot from a bad angle – nearly along the end line – ricocheted off the Storm’s keeper and bounced into the net.

Both teams had previously qualified for provincials, scheduled for June 2-4 in Victoria.

 

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