Canyon Crest Academy soccer team wins four league championships

Top row, from left: Jessica Bañuelos, Kay Bennett, Lauren Adams, Alexa Simitzi, Lizzy Sway, Taylor Borin, Nikki Benatar, Anisha Patel, Gabby Mahmood and Cayla Weisman; middle row: Mackenzie Lighterink, Sarina Rogers, Kay Ingrassia, Cassidy Turek, Lauren Little, Yasi Afshin, Monika Lee (captain) and Emma Kaplan; and bottom row: Maddie Scott (captain) and Claire Wolcott

The Canyon Crest soccer program capped an amazing season as the boys and girls varsity and JV soccer teams all won Valley League championships. The Lady Ravens JV team was coached by Anya Bohun-Chudymiv to an unbeaten record in league play, chalking up nine wins and a single tie.

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