Nelson's LV Rogers Bombers are off to the provincial soccer championships later this month.

Nelson’s high school soccer girls earn provincial berth

The L.V. Rogers girls soccer team once again dominated their Kootenay competition to earn a spot

The L.V. Rogers girls soccer team once again dominated their Kootenay competition to earn a spot in the upcoming BC High Schools Provincial AA Championships.

The Bombers crushed both Stanley Humphries (Castlegar)  and David Thompson Secondary (Invermere) in the qualifier playdowns held in Creston last week.

The Bombers opened with a 10-1 win over Stanley Humphries and followed it up with an 11-0 pummeling of David Thompson.

The Bombers girls will now travel to Courtney on Vancouver Island at the end of the month to take on the best AA schools in the province. Last year the Bombers finished 8th out of 16 teams.

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