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Matthew Lim, Expand the Reach program facilitator, and Lisa Kalfus, New Path Youth and Family Services residential supervisor and Expand the Reach program manager, get ready for the Mental Health for Coaches workshop at the Barrie Soccer Club in Midhurst this week. SUBMITTED

Soccer club hosts coaches workshop

Expand the Reach, a New Path Youth and Family Services program, held a mental-health awareness workshop this week in Midhurst in partnership with the Barrie Soccer Club ahead of the upcoming season.

Barrie Central Collegiate graduate Katie Shipley, who is attending Tennessee Tech University on a soccer scholarship, will receive the Horizon Award on Saturday. The award goes to a freshman student in the exercise science, physical education and wellness degree program who excels on the field and in the classroom. SUBMITTED

Big things on horizon

When Katie Shipley went to check her mail and saw there was a letter, the first-year Tennessee Tech University student thought it was likely a bill of some sort.

Submitted photo The Lakehead University women’s indoor soccer team earned a berth in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) championship at Redeemer University College in Ancaster that featured the province’s top 10 teams. In the front row, from left, are: Alana Rachner, Shai Kemp, Jess Langille, Brooke De Guilio, Kellie Parrott and Brianne Martin. In the back row: Chauntelle Palmer, Hayley Miskiw, Dusti Szabo, Alyssa Bernardi, Madison Leigh and Dustin Chung (coach).

Lakehead has strong showing at championships

After taking monumental strides this season, the Lakehead University Orillia women's indoor soccer team capped their history-making season by competing at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) championship at Redeemer University College in Ancaster.

Soccer club hosts clinic

The Barrie Soccer Club is hosting a special course on May 1 from 6-9 p.m. at club office, located at 7 Currie Dr., in Midhurst.

Indoor season wraps up

The Georgian Grizzlies men’s indoor soccer team competed at the 2017 Ontario Colleges Athletic Association men’s indoor soccer championship on Thursday and Friday at the Redeemer University College Sports Complex in Ancaster.

Submitted photo The Lakehead University women’s indoor soccer team made history this week, earning the right to compete at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) provincial championship later this month. The jubilant team is shown returning to the Orillia campus after qualifying for OCAAs. From left are Jessica Langille, Alana Rachner, Alyssa Bernardi, Shai Kemp, Madison Leigh, Kellie Parrott, Hayley Miskiw and Chauntelle Palmer. Team members not in the photo: Brooke Di Guilio, Dusti Szabo and Brianne Martin.

Win puts Lakehead on the map

Against long odds, the Lakehead University women's varsity indoor soccer team made history this week, earning their first win and scoring a berth in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) championship.