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The Cambell River player, left, gets around her Port Alberni opponent during a U18 rep girls soccer match Sunday afternoon at Pincecrest field. Campbell River rallied after an early 1-0 deficit and came back to defeat Alberni 3-1. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
The Cambell River player, left, gets around her Port Alberni opponent during a U18 rep girls soccer match Sunday afternoon at Pincecrest field. Campbell River rallied after an early 1-0 deficit and came back to defeat Alberni 3-1.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
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