Loggers draw with Cermaq City

Sooke came down with a tie and a loss over last weekend in the Vancouver Island Soccer League Division.

Sooke Loggers and Cermaq City Wave FC played to a 1-1 draw in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 2 play on Saturday at Fred Milne Park.

Steven Gregory-Allan scored for Sooke, while Peter McWilliams tallied for Cermaq.

Game MVP was Sooke’s Kelton Peck.

The Loggers’ season record now sits at 2-3-1.

Next up for the Sooke side is the Castaways on Friday at 8 p.m. at Fred Milne Park.

In 4B action, three goals from Conor Brown and two from Xander Riga propelled Saanich Fusion over Sooke United by a 7-1 score.

Sean Fiset netted the lone goal for Sooke.

 

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