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2011 ‘A’ Boys Soccer OVSAA Valley Championship Friday at Little Mountain

Troy Froese from King’s Christian School battles for the ball during a winning contest versus Ashcroft in the 2011 ‘A’ Boys Soccer OVSAA Valley Championship Friday at Little Mountain.

Troy Froese from King’s Christian School battles for the ball during a winning contest versus Ashcroft in the 2011 ‘A’ Boys Soccer OVSAA Valley Championship Friday at Little Mountain. Kelowna Christian School won the event. In AAA action, the undefeated senior SAS Golds team will participate in semifinals Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at Little Mountain and, if the streak continues, the finals on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 2:30 p.m.

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