Sooke VISL teams take weekend losses

Loggers go down to defeat in Campbell River; United loses to Bays

The Sooke Loggers dropped a 2-0 decision to Cermaq City Wave in Campbell River Saturday in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 2 play.

Rob Shaw and Eddy Lawson scored for Cermaq. The shutout was recorded by Beau Belle Oudry.

Sooke’s Kelton Peck was named game MVP, along with Cermaq’s Hans Aunet.

The Loggers record drops to 3-5-3.

In Division 4B play, the losing continues for Sooke United.

On Sunday, Sooke lost to Bay Inited 3-1.

Bays got goals from Mathew Hammonds and Calvin Litton, with two.

Sean Fiset replied for Sooke.

Sooke United has won only one game this season.

 

 

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