Beaver Brae goes on the attack against the Muskies in Kenora, during yesterday morning's game.The May 11th & 12th Beaver Brae Bronco Challenge Cup Tournaments completed play yesterday.

The warm, dry weather's perfect for high school soccer. Makenzy Klassen talks about her goal, in a 1-0 win over Fort Frances yesterday morning.

"I split the defence. The goalie came out. I shot and it went in," she said with a grin.

Ryan Shapland from the Dryden Eagles says pacing and conditioning are key.

"It was pretty tiring our second game, but we just need to know to focus and be ready for that to be able to come out with a victory," he said.

A team visiting from Crocus Plains in Brandon was also a joy to watch.

Boys Final Standings:

Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School Plainsmen (Brandon)

River East Collegiate Kodiaks (Winnipeg)

Beaver Brae Secondary School Broncos

Dryden High School Eagles

Winnipeg Collegiate Wesmen (Winnipeg) (Consolation Champions)

Fort Frances High School Muskies

St. Thomas Aquinas High School Saints

Springs Christian Academy Eagles (Winnipeg)

Girls Final Standings:

River East Collegiate Kodiaks (Winnipeg)

St. Thomas Aquinas High School Saints

Miles Mac Collegiate Buckeyes (Winnipeg)

Dryden High School Eagles

Beaver Brae Secondary School Broncos (Consolation Champions)

Portage Collegiate Saints (Portage la Prairie)

Fort Frances High School Muskies Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School Plainsmen (Brandon)