VCA 3A Girls Soccer Provincial Champions (SHSAA photo)

The Saskatchewan Valley’s prominence on the soccer pitch was evident in last week’s provincial soccer championships.

In the boys 3A action in Langham on Friday, October 27. Waldheim overcame a 1-0 deficit to Cudworth with two late second half goals to advance to the championship game.  Osler VCA topped host Langham 1-0 in the other semi-final game. On Saturday Cudworth defeated Langham 2-1 in the bronze medal game. The gold medal game was a close, hard-fought game, with Waldheim taking the gold with a 3-2 win over Osler VCA.

Waldheim 3A Boys provincial soccer champions (SHSAA photo)

The 3A girls provincial championship was hosted by Maymont at Centennial Park Field in North Battleford. Osler VCA was the class of the field ,winning 7-0 over Maymont in Friday’s semi-final and taking the gold with an 8-1 win over Rosthern Junior College (RJC). RJC advanced to the championship game with a 3-2 win over Waldheim. In the bronze medal game Waldheim defeated Maymont 4-0.

Martensville 4A Girls provincial silver medalists (SHSAA photo)

Martensville Royals were silver medalists in the 4A girls championship held at the University of Regina. They advanced to the finals with a 1-0 win over Regina Luther on Friday before running into a powerful Yorkton Scared Heart team on Saturday. Yorkton  took the gold medal with an 8-2  win. They had advanced with a 9-1 win over Chief John Keenatch,

Rosthern Junior College 3A Girls provincial silver medalists (SHSAA photo)

Yorkton Scared Heart also won gold medals in the 4A boys hosted by Humboldt, with Lake Lenore taking silver and Humboldt the bronze.

Osler VCA 3A Boys provincial silver medalists (SHSAA photo)

It was an all-Saskatoon final in both 5A boys and girls play. On the boys side, Holy Cross defeated Centennial 2-1. In the bronze medal game Regina O’Neill defeated Regina Campbell 4-1.

Waldheim 3A Girls provincial Bronze medalists (SHSAA photo)

Saskatoon St. Joseph girls grabbed  gold with a 4-2 win over Holy Cross. Yorkton Regional defeated Swift Current 1-0 in the bronze medal game.