SOCCER: Gold for U14 Delta Coastal Selects

SURREY – The U14 Delta Coastal Selects beat some of the best metro select squads to win the B.C. provincial championships in South Surrey last weekend, blanking the top-ranked Port Coquitlam Castillans in the finals.

 

The team, which includes girls from Surrey and Delta led by head coach Gord McGahey, finished second overall in league play with a 14-4-4 record.

 

"It has been really fun coaching this hardworking group of girls," noted Jonathan Bryant, assistant coach.

 

Players on the U14 Delta Coastal Selects roster are Mackenzie McGahey, Izabella Bryant, Taryn Webster, Qiyang Hong, Natasha Knudsen, Madyson Gustafson, Shayla Richardson, Mikaela Balla, Olivia Wickett, Rachel Kilbrai, Lexy MacLean, Alanna Sydenham, Sophie Poulton, Breanne Gallagher and Jennifer Tinnes.

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