SSNS 2021 Senior Soccer Championship

November 8, 2021 by  
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GOLDCharles P AllenHalifax GrammarNew Germany Rural HS
SILVERHalifax West HSNortheast Kings Education CentreCB Highlands Education Centre/Academy
BRONZECobequid Education CrentreBreton EducationTatamagouche Regional Academy
The C.P. Allen Cheetahs pose with the School Sport Nova Scotia provincial girls' soccer banner on Saturday.
Halifax Grammar School
New Germany Rural HS

Div 1 Girls: Charles P Allen vs Auburn Drive; Cobequid Education Centre vs Halifax West HS

Div 2 Girls: Northeast Kings Education Centre vs Richmond Education Centre & Academy; Halifax Grammar vs Breton Education Centre

Div 3 Girls: New Germany HS vs Tatamagouche Regional Academy; CB Highlands Education Centre/Academy vs Bridgetown Regional HS


GOLDCitadel HSAmherst Regional HSMusquodoboit Rural HS
SILVERHalifax West HSÉcole Secondaire MosaïqueHants North Rural HS
BRONZEBay View CommunityÉcole Secondarire du SommetSacred Heart School of Halifax


Div 1 Boys: Citadel HS vs Charles P Allen; Bay View Community School vs Halifax West HS

Div 2 Boys: École Secondaire du Sommet vs École Secondaire Mosaïque; Amherst Regional HS vs Island View HS

Div 3 Boys: Musquodobiot Rural HS vs Sacred Heart School of Halifax; CB Highlands Education Centre/Academy vs Hants North Rural HS

HIGH SCHOOL: CPA girls win soccer provincials for first time since 1997

Citadel wins boys’ Division 1 crown

Willy Palov Saltwire

The drought is over for the C.P. Allen girls’ soccer program.

The Cheetahs defeated the Halifax West Warriors 2-0 in Saturday’s School Sport Nova Scotia Division 1 provincial final to win the school’s first banner in girls’ soccer since 1997.

Emi Foster had the clean sheet and Katelyn Wilton and Aine O’Neil scored the goals for the Cheetahs, who led 1-0 at the half. 

Cheetahs captain Emma Tye said it  was a thrill to end the school’s long title drought.

“That was super exciting and  pretty cool, especially being a senior, that we get to put up a banner in our school.

“It was exciting and an even game the whole way. We had to fight for everything.”

With the 1-0 first-half lead, the Cheetahs played shut down defence the rest of the way.

“We really set a wall up in defending and kept them out as much as we could and when we had our chances up front we took whatever we had and went for it.”

Auburn Drive 3, CEC 1: In the bronze medal game, Madalyn Hatfield, Rachel Kibble and Rylin Matheson found the net for the Eagles.

Chloe Hart had the goal for the Cougars.

Division 3

Sarah Hall scored twice to power New Germany to a 4-1 win over Cape Breton Highlands in the gold medal game.

Lauren Hall and Madison Hayward also scored for New Germany and Summer Deveau was the Cape Breton Highlands scorer.

Tatamagouche 8, Bridgetown 1: In the bronze medal game, Ella Ozolins notched a hat trick and Jennie MacLean, Paige Matheson, Kiah Hounsell, Sofie Almeida and Kylie Ricketts added singles.

Emma Garde had the Bridgetown goal.


Noah Baird, George Wright and Jeff Thompson scored as the Citadel Phoenix edged Halifax West 3-2 to capture their third straight provincial banner.

Alan Hamo and Rodrigo Hues replied for the West.

Bay View doubled up on C.P. Allen 4-2 to win the bronze medal. Scorers were not available.

Division 2

Amherst edged Mosaique 2-1 for the banner. Scorers were unavailable.

Division 3  

Isaac VanWychen scored twice and Mason Dunlop added a single as Musquodoboit Rural edged Hants North 3-2 to repeat as provincial champions. Dillon Miller had both Hants North markers.

Sacred Heart 4, Cape Breton Highlands 2: Ire Awosokanre tallied twice, Jacob Scott and an own goal helped Sacred Heart capture bronze. Simon Fraser and Isaac MacNeil replied for CBH.

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