Our Senior girls soccer team travelled to quesnel for aaa zones this weekend and came away with a bronze medal battling through the heat and injuries. The girls went through all of this with class, dignity and sportsmanship. After losing our first game and Juliana Ruhstrat for the end of the first game to injury we came back to place second in round robin play by defeating SPSS 8-0 and NPSS 3-0 . In the semi final game our goalkeeper Natalie Heinze was unable to complete the game in goal after a goal mouth collision with a NPSS player. At that point the score was 0-0. We lost that game but in the consolation game playing for the bronze medal again injury struck when Nina Gajic was taken down hard in the penalty area. PGSS went on to win the bronze medal game by a score of 2-1. The polars played stellar defence closing down the opposition and forcing turnovers creating many scoring chances until Juliana Ruhstrat scored off of a Kierstin Vohar free kick. Natalie Heinze was back in net for the bronze medal match! Girls soccer has a bright future as half of the polar squad are junior athletes. As one of our graduating players remarked that the best part of the team was the girls involved. Interested in playing school soccer next year see Mr. Wood for more information.