The St. Thomas Aquinas High School Boys and Girls Soccer teams travelled to Sioux Lookout for the NorWOSSA Soccer Championships this week.

In semi-final action, the Saints boys defeated Red Lake 3 - 0 and the girls defeated Red Lake 9 - 0.

The St. Thomas Aquinas Girls Soccer team, went onto defeat the Rainy River Owls. It was a close game as the girls also went through 80 minutes of regular play, 10 minutes of overtime and eventually Angele McDonald and MacKenzie Turcotte scord during penalty shots to help their team win gold.

The girls will now move onto the NWOSSA Championships which will be held at St. Thomas Aquinas High School next week, Thursday 25th and Friday 26th.

The boys came up short in the finals, losing to the Sioux Lookout Warriors in penalty shots after 80 minutes of regular play, and 10 minutes of overtime.

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