Kelowna Owls’ Taisa Chuaniak (right) heads the ball, with teammate Fiona Reha and Mt. Boucherie’s Sarah Dewar battling in close quarters during the Okanagan Valley girls 3A soccer final Wednesday at KSS. -Image: Warren Henderson/Capital News

Owls soar to valley title

KSS takes Okanagan 3A girls soccer champioship with win ver Mt. Boucherie

The KSS Owls have booked a spot at the B.C. 3A high school girls soccer championship in Burnaby.

The Owls locked down the Okanagan title Wednesday at KSS with a 4-0 victory over the Mt. Boucherie Bears in the valley final.

Logan Finley’s first of two goals in the 20th minute of the game put KSS ahead for good.

Kasey Patchell and Fiona Reha also tallied for the Owls who pushed their season record to 19-3-1.

In addition to the valley title, KSS also won the U Vic Invitational and the Owls Invitational Tournaments.

The Owls will be at the Burnaby Lakes Sports Complex May 31 to June 2 for the provincial championship.

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