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KIVALLIQ NEWS, Wednesday, May 16 2018

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Coral, Rankin shine in YK

Keneisha Sammurtok of Rankin Inlet, front in red, moves the ball against an Ecole St. Patrick High School player during the U15 Super Soccer championship game won by St. Patrick’s.

AJ Curley of Rankin Inlet (front in black) deals with some heavy pressure from an Ecole St. Patrick’s High School player.

SOCCER Feature

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The Kivalliq was wellrepresented at this year’s Super Soccer event in Yellowknife, with the Coral Harbour girls claiming the U19

by James McCarthy Yellowknife

Sanisha Nakoolak of Rankin Inlet plays the ball in during Rankin’s loss to Ecole St. Patrick High School in the Super Soccer U15 girls' championship game in Yellowknife on May 6.

banner and the Rankin Inlet girls taking silver in the U15 bracket. The Rankin boy’s U19 team also put in a strong showing at the annual event.

Dawn Siutinuar, left, of Coral Harbour moves the ball forward as Coral closes in on the U19 Super Soccer championship banner in Yellowknife on May 6.

Madison Bruce of Coral Harbour turns on the speed to head down field during girl’s U15 playoff action.