SOCCER ROUNDUP: Tidalwaves roll as unbeaten streak continues

Sooke Tidalwaves U15 Silver girls soccer team remains undefeated this season.

Sooke Tidalwaves U15 Silver girls soccer team remains undefeated this season.

Last weekend, the Tidalwaves blanked Juan de Fuca 7-0.

Multiple goals were scored by Jaylin Shaw and Allana Garat. Other goal scorers included Ayeisha Desjardins, Lindsay Hornsby and Katie Hisco.

River Rats win nail-biter

The Sooke River Rats had a strong performance in their game on Saturday and took a bite out of an undefeated Juan de Fuca team in a 1-0 nail-biting game.

It was a great team effort.

Ruby Price scored the game’s lone goal, while Sophia Jonassen was superb in goal.

The River rats are having a bottle drive this Saturday (Nov. 5) across from the soccer clubhouse, from 11 a.m. to 3 pm.

Rangers take fourth loss

Sooke Fred Mile Park Rangers saw their season record drop to 1-4 last weekend after a 6-3 loss to Westcastle United in Vancouver Island Soccer League action.

Daniel Bergerud led the Sooke offence with two goals, while Cam Fischer chipped in one.

Faris Alsaiad (3), Adam Almeida (2) and Daniel Portilla scored for Westcastle.

The Rangers return home Friday (Nov. 4) in a game against Vantreights Football Club. Game time is

7 p.m.

 

 

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