The Yukon men’s soccer team beat Nova Scotia 3-0 in a match at the Canada Summer Games on Monday. It was the first time the team had won against a provincial opponent.
Ashton Bryant, the team’s captain for the game against Nova Scotia, said they didn’t know much about the team going into the game.
“Everyone had a little bit of nerves,” he said. “But I think everyone was really excited.”
Bryant said his team “definitely had the highest majority of possession” during the first half of the game, and part of the second half.
“I think everyone was happy with the performance of the [Yukon] team.”
According to mission staff, the Yukon has never
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