Carter Crawford of Port Hardy gives chase after advancing the ball during a women's game in the Tsakis FC 7-on-7 soccer tournament at Port Hardy Secondary School Saturday.

Wolves win title

Kingcome Wolves win the men's title and Port McNeill claim the women's championship in annual Tsakis FC 7-a-side soccer tournament.

PORT HARDY—The Kingcome Wolves won the men’s title and Port McNeill claimed the women’s championship Sunday in the annual Tsakis FC 7-a-side soccer tournament, held during Filomi Days.

Reds United claimed third place in the men’s division while the Spirit Bears were third among women.

Two youth divisions were also contested. In U12, Port Hardy topped the North Island Generals in the final, with the Vancouver Island Thunder placing third.

In U10 play, Alert Bay claimed a shootout win over the Gummy Bears in the title game, while the Yellow Terminators finished third.

 

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