A Senior EMCS Wolverine focussing on the basket.

A Senior EMCS Wolverine focussing on the basket.

Scoreboard

Following are the results from basketball, soccer and hockey games in Sooke.

Basketball

Vancouver Island Tier 2 Boys’ League Standings

EMCS currently in second place.

  • Wins: 7
  • Losses: 2

Most recent game:

  • Feb 7, EMCS vs St. Andrews (W) 79-32

Vancouver Island AA/A Senior Girls’ Basketball Standings: Div 2

EMCS currently in first place.

  • Wins: 7
  • Losses: 1
  • Tier: AA

Most recent game:

  • Feb 7, EMCS vs St. Andrews (W) 47-22

Soccer

Sooke Hurricanes

Ranked 2 in Division 3B

Team Record:

  • Wins: 7
  • Losses: 3
  • Ties: 1

Recent Games:

  • Jan 19 against Castaways United (W) 1 – 0
  • Jan 25 against Juan de Fuca FC (L) 0 – 2
  • Feb 1 against Ladysmith Strikers (L) 0-2

Sooke Loggers

Ranked 3 in Division 3B

Team Record:

  • Wins: 9
  • Losses: 4
  • Ties: 2

Recent games:

  • Feb 01 at Alberni Athletics 3B (L) 4-1
  • Jan 25 at Nanaimo United FC 3B (W) 0 – 1
  • Jan 19 vs. Peninsula Slayers 3B (W) 2 – 0

Sooke United

Ranked 8 in Division 4C

Team Record:

  • Wins: 0
  • Losses: 14
  • Ties: 1

Recent games:

  • Feb 02 vs. SPL Bigwheels FC 4C (L) 3 – 4
  • Jan 25 at Saanich Braves 4C (L) 2 – 1
  • Jan 19 vs. Fernwood Town FC 4C (L) 0 – 10

Hockey

Saturday February 1

  • Midget A vs. Saanich M3 (W) 11-3
  • Saanich Braves T3 vs. Sooke Bantam A (L) 4-1

Sunday February 2

  • Victoria vs. Midget A (W) 1-7
  • Kerry Park C1 5 vs. Midget C1 (L) 5-1
  • Atom – Dev vs. VRC (T) 5-5

 

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