Fort St. James Secondary School: Falcons off to a good start this season

The Fort St. James Secondary boys soccer team defeated Northside 4-1 on Oct.6.

  • Oct. 14, 2015 7:00 p.m.

Fort St. James Secondary boys soccer team.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The Fort St. James Secondary boys soccer team defeated Northside 4-1 on Oct.6.

This was game 11 for the Falcons. They placed 4th in Prince George in their first tournament of the season and 2nd in the Nakusp.

The Grade 8 girls volleyball teamed defeated the Vanderhoof Viqueens 25-20 on Oct. 7.

It was their third game of the season. Coach, Davina Valk, says that the team is feeling more at ease. “They’ve improved so much. They’re amazing,” she said.

For more information regarding upcoming games at the school visit:

http://fsjss.school.bcschoolweb.ca

 

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