Using her heel

Clearwater soccer players show their skills during tournament

Arel Eakins uses her heel to flip the ball behind her.

Clearwater Secondary School Team #2 soccer player Arel Eakins uses her heel to flip the ball behind a Westside (Prince George) player. They were taking part in the seven-team Raiders Cup tournament at CSS last weekend.

Left: The Westside player no longer is challenging Eakins for the ball while Eakin’s teammate Haliya HeelArduini (left) looks pleased and surprised by the turn of events. Clearwater Team #1 won all its games and came first while Team #2 beat Fort St. James and placed sixth in the tournament. Other teams participating included Nechako (Vanderhoof), Cedars (Prince George) and Burns Lake.






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