Simran Padda defending against a Terrace forward (Photo credit Selina Storey)

Charles Hays Secondary School girls soccer team in Terrace playday

The team lost to Hazleton 2 - 0 and drew Caledonia 0 - 0

The Charles Hays Secondary School girls soccer team played three games over the Easter weekend.

The weekend events kicked off on Friday, Apr. 26 with a warm-up match after school against Haida Gwaii, which the team won 4 – 0.

READ MORE: Charles Hays girls’ soccer team defeat Kitimat in playday

The team then went on to Terrace for a playday hosted by Caledonia Secondary School with teams from Kitimat, Hazelton, Smithers and Haida Gwaii.

Each team taking part played two games each and the girls from CHSS played Hazelton in a 2 – 0 loss and later Caledonia in a 0 – 0 draw.

READ MORE: Girls’ soccer Rainmakers battle to double draws in Terrace

READ MORE: Senior girls Rainmakers place second in Northwest soccer zones

The next playday for the team will be hosted in Smithers this weekend, May 5.

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Avery Ryan looking to take the ball towards the Terrace net (Photo credit Selina Storey)

Jordyn Carter and Hannah Vo working the ball out of the CHSS end of the field (Photo credit Selina Storey)

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