Sooke Loggers earn victory over PR United

Another soccer win for the Sooke boys this weekend.

A two-goal performance by Daniel Bergerud propelled Sooke Loggers past Powell River Villa 3-1 in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 2 action at Fred Milne Park on Saturday.

Tayler Johnson popped in the other marker for Sooke.

Brody Harry scored the lone goal for Powell River. Games MVPs were Kelton Peck for Sooke and Harry for Powell River.

The win leaves Sooke 2-2-0 on the season.

Next up for Sooke is an away game against Lakehill United on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Sooke United drew to a 2-2 against the Tritons on Sunday in Division 4B play. Jimmy Nex and Guy Lomax scored for Sooke.

 

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