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Local barrel results

Ashley Zappone, (a 2013 Quesnel Grad) had a good weekend.  Riding her horse Smart And Lucky Lady, she won the 1D average in the open and the trophy saddle.  Chelsea Brears, riding Flint, won the 2D average in the open and a buckle. In the junior category, Brett Wills, riding Salty, won the junior average and the saddle, Alexis Glassford riding Cajun, won the 2D average and a buckle and Sarah Mack, riding Sissy, won the 3D average and the set of pop up barrels.  In the pee wee average Dyson LeNeve, riding Huckleberry, won the 1D average and the saddle, Kira Stowell, riding Pennies, won the 3D average prize, pop up barrels and pee wee Brooklyn Glassford, riding Double, received a grooming bag.

Soccer house results

The local soccer house league wrapped up its season, with champions in every division.

In the U9/10 Boys division the Subway team won. Service Electric won for the girls side.

U11/12 Girls Eastmonds Bakery won their division, with the Cariboo Hiab taking the top spot for boys

Canadian Western Mechanical took the U13/14 Boys division, while Big Country Printers did the same for the girls.

Green-McDonalds/ Richbar Nursery took the U15/18 Boys and Quesnel Bakery took first for the girls

Fun league


Indoor soccer is starting once again, with the initial matches scheduled for Tuesday, July 2. Featuring both competitive and non-competitive divisions, the league will play Monday through Thursday, with games at 6 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. If you want to play you haven’t missed your chance, check out their Facebook page for teams looking for a few extra players.


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