Loggers take weekend win

VISL club takes convincing win from over GH Bayside Tigers

Sooke Loggers recorded their first victory of the season Friday with a 5-2 win over GH Bayside Tigers in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 2 play at Fred Milne Park.

Mike McKay, Doug Armstrong, Tayler Johnson, Ben McCullough and Dylan James Forsyth scored for Sooke. The Loggers record improves to 1-1-0.

Andrew Brinkworth and Kyle Dirkie potted markers for the Tigers, who fall to 0-2-0

Sooke’s Raj Basi was the game MVP.

The Loggers hit the road for a game against PLSC Lakers Black on Saturday (Sept. 26). They return to Fred Milne Park on Oct.3 for a match against Powell River Villa.

 

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