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Submitted Photo: U14 Fort St. John Team after winning the Alberta Provincials.

The U-14 Boys Team from Fort St. John has won Provincials, having the Midas touch this past weekend in Peace River. The team, lead by coaches Dan Turner and Brad Gullason, went 4 and 0 over Saturday and Sunday, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t close. The boys went to penalty kicks to decide whether or not they would go to the finals, and apparently, someone made them as they took the penalty kicks 4-1, and the final 6-1 against Hinton.

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Congratulations to the entire team on winning the Alberta Provincials.

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