The WCS Eagles Girls Soccer team had a busy season, playing in the Moose Jaw league, participating in two out-of-town tournaments, and advancing from Regionals to Provincials. This schedule was oftentimes very demanding and hectic, but the season was filled with many successes, skill development, and a great deal of fun. The first tournament the Eagles participated in was in Yorkton where the ladies captured the silver medal, and the second tournament was in Prince Albert where they won the consolation side. In the Moose Jaw league, after regular league play, the Eagles were ranked first overall in the league. In the league final, the Eagles battled Swift Current, a closely matched opponent. Unfortunately, the Eagles lost the game and received the second place medal. Next was Regional playoffs in Swift Current. Once again, WCS and Swift Current faced off, but this time the Eagles came out victorious and were named Regional Champions. The Eagles then advanced to Provincials in Prince Albert. The ladies had a tough weekend ahead of them with a short bench and some strong competition. The Eagles fell 7-0 in their first game to Saskatoon Centennial, and they then fell 3-1 to Regina Campbell in their second game. Despite these disappointing losses, the girls held their heads high. We are all looking forward to what the next soccer season will bring. Farewell to graduating players Hailey Neiszner, Alyssa Romanovitch, Meagan Dutchak, and Jillian LaBatte.