Sooke soccer players rack up victories

A summary of how local soccer teams fared over the last week

U10 Viking Ryan Otteson showing great form on a PK.

U10 Viking Ryan Otteson showing great form on a PK.

With seeding rounds now complete, SSC is proud to announce most teams ended up victorious over all!  The dedication and talent of our youth players and coaches is astounding!  Way to go Sooke — off to a fantastic start!

 

U17/18 boys beat Cowichan 4-0.  Goals scored by Ayden Ostropolski, Christopher Rowden, Alex Munoz and Taylor Cummings who was playing on permit from the U16 boys team. This prevailing Sooke team has won all four of their league matches.

 

U17 Silver girls lost 2-0 to Peninsula – Sooke Autobots had opportunities to score and a good battle over all. Autobots has one win, one tie and two losses so far in league play.

 

U16 girls beat Bays United 2-1 in a tough battle. This powerful team has won all four of their seeding matches.

 

U16 Boys lost against Lakehill 5-4 – a valiant effort by all, with an unlucky game decider late in the second half. This dominant team won three out of four of their seeding matches.

 

U15 Boys lost 3-1 to Cowichan.  Andrew Rodd getting the only goal for Sooke.  They have one win and three losses in their seeding in the U15/U16 group.

 

U14 girls beat Lakehill in a nail biter game that ended 3-2 for the Sooke Wildcats.  Goals scored by Emma Lembcke, unassisted, and Faith Knoles, assisted by Grace Bishop.  This dynamic group of girls has won three out of four of their seeding matches despite dealing with many injuries.

 

U14 Boys beat Bays United with a 3-2 final score. Hat trick for Simon Herold – two penalty kicks and a nice breakaway. Awesome goalkeeping by Hunter Broadhurst definitely saved the day.   Boys finished their seeding round with 3 wins and 1 tie.

 

U13 Girls, the Tidalwaves, beat Salt Spring 4-2. Goals scored by Allana Garat, Jaylin Shaw, Brittney Homer.  Assist by Mina Louvat, Brittney Homer, and Jaylin Shaw.  This commanding team has won all four of their seeding matches.

 

The Sooke Vikings U-10 boys annihilated SaltSpring 10-1.  Ryan Otteson knocked in five goals and assisted three others. Ashton Fowler scored a hattrick, Spencer McDonald and Robbie Bligh each scored.

 

Lisa Cup starts this weekend, with league play beginning the following week. Keep up the good work Sooke!

Laura Lockhart

VP SSC

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