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Skyhawks de-claw ’Cats

Brookswood Bobcats’s Kayla Weltzin (left) and H.D. Stafford Skyhawks’ Pe Lay Paw Sar race for the ball during Grade 8/9 girls soccer action at Brookswood Secondary last week (May 1). The Skyhawks won 7-1 but Brookswood bounced back to close out the regular season with a 1-0 victory over the R.E. Mountain Eagles on Tuesday to clinch the third and final playoff spot in the Fraser Valley tournament for the Langley league. The ’Cats finished with a record of 5-3-2. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Brookswood Bobcats’s Kayla Weltzin (left) and H.D. Stafford Skyhawks’ Pe Lay Paw Sar race for the ball during Grade 8/9 girls soccer action at Brookswood Secondary last week (May 1). The Skyhawks won 7-1 but Brookswood bounced back to close out the regular season with a 1-0 victory over the R.E. Mountain Eagles on Tuesday to clinch the third and final playoff spot in the Fraser Valley tournament for the Langley league. The ’Cats finished with a record of 5-3-2.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times

After losing to the H.D. Stafford Skyhawks 7-1 last week, the Brookswood Bobcats faced a must-win game if they wanted to grab the third and final spot from the Fraser Valley East Division for the upcoming Fraser Valley Grade 8/9 girls soccer championships.

And the Bobcats delivered with a 1-0 win in their regular season finale on May 6 against the R.E. Mountain Eagles.

The win improved Brookswood to a record of 5-3-2 and 17 points.

The Bobcats finished behind first-place D.W. Poppy (27 points) and second-place Credo Christian (20 points).

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