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Langley Knockouts’ Nicole Chevrier heads the ball over her Chilliwack attack opponent during U16 Division 2 action at Willoughby Community Park on Sunday. The Attack won 3-1, handing the first-place Knockouts just their second loss of the season. Langley leads the division with a record of 12-2-1. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Langley Knockouts’ Nicole Chevrier heads the ball over her Chilliwack attack opponent during U16 Division 2 action at Willoughby Community Park on Sunday. The Attack won 3-1, handing the first-place Knockouts just their second loss of the season. Langley leads the division with a record of 12-2-1.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

Langley Knockouts’ Nicole Chevrier heads the ball over her Chilliwack attack opponent during U16 Division 2 action at Willoughby Community Park on Sunday. The Attack won 3-1, handing the first-place Knockouts just their second loss of the season. Langley leads the division with a record of 12-2-1.

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