Sooke U13 player Carmen attempts to take the ball down the field

Sooke U13 girls lose 2-0 against Peninsula

Coach said the girls played their best in the rainy conditions.

The Sooke U13 girls lost their District Cup quarter final cup game, 2-0 against Peninsula last Saturday at Fred Milne Park.

“The girls played awesome in the slipperiest, hardest running conditions you can have,” said Sooke coach Bruce Milton.

He said  the girls tried their best, and made regular shots to the net, but had no success.

“We put the ball on the net, we even put one on the keeper that landed on her feet, but we just didn’t have the luck to get it to land at the back of the net.”

“Overall, they did an awesome job. They had good spirit, and they definitely commanded the game,” Milton said.

The Sooke U13 girls are in the silver league.

 

 

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