Soccer season draws to a close

Soccer play their last league games for 2014

Sooke soccer players played their last league schedule games for 2014 this past weekend.

Sooke soccer players played their last league schedule games for 2014 this past weekend.

Standings are as follows:

U17/18 Silver Boys are in 3rd

U16 Silver Boys are in 2nd

U15 Silver Boys are in 5th

U14 Silver Boys are in 3rd

U13 Bronze Boys are in 2nd

U17/18 Silver Girls are in 4th

U15/16 Silver Girls are in 4th

U14 Silver Girls are in 4th

U13 Silver Girls arei n 3rd

The Sooke Lighting (U8 Girls) played Juan de Fuca in Langford on Saturday morning.  The girls continue to show great improvement on both offense and defense.  Along with some great goal-tending, their passing and shooting resulted in a great 3-1 victory.  Go Lighting!!

Jonn (Team Manager)

Enjoy your Christmas break players, coaches and managers and be proud of your efforts so far this season!    Good luck in any make up games you may have over the break.

SSC will be hosting a small sided referee clinic on Jan 18 from 9-4 at the clubhouse.  Anyone partaking must be over 12 years of age.  It’s a fun, well paying job and you don’t have to play soccer to learn to ref!  Please contact head ref Dean at  deanmcg@shaw.ca if you are interested.  Cost is $25.00 (plus $4.25 user fee / system processing fee).

SSC would like to wish our growing soccer family a very Merry Christmas and a successful New Year!  Shout out to all the parents/players that have volunteered their time to fundraise with our Quinoa Pop and for the help with the sale of the best Christmas trees in town.

Laura Lockhart

VP SSC

 

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