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Storm silences Thunder 1-0

A Storm proved to be greater than Thunder in a clash or rival U9 girls’ soccer teams.

Amanda Clauzel scored the game’s only goal, on a set-up from Danielle Jack, and the defence took care of the rest, playing a strong overall game as the Langley United Storm defeated the Langley FC Thunder 1-0 on Saturday (Jan. 26) at South Surrey Athletic Park. Camyrn Lyon earned game most valuable player honours.

This was the third time the two teams have met this season with the Storm taking two of the three. matches.

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