Tsunamis surge

Sooke Celtic and Sooke Pumas were rained out on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

  • Jan. 18, 2011 11:00 a.m.

Sooke Celtic and Sooke Pumas were rained out on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

One of the few squads to be in action on a wet weekend – the Sooke Tsumamis traveled to Sidney on Saturday to play Peninsula – leaving with a 5-0 win.  

The squad scored the first goal (Alexis George) in the seventh minute of play. The assist went to Jaime Lafontaine.   Action continued with a second goal – scored by Cassidy Logan passed from Taneeka McClurg. Sarah Ehman (set up by Cassidy Logan)  got the third goal. Tsunamis were up by three at the half.

Racheal Wiebe,Katija Pallot, Josephine Dawson and Taneeka owned the back line, closing down Peninsula on attempts to score.  

Tsunamis continued to dominate in the second half with two more goals,  Lexi George and Cassidy Logan each getting a goal.

Goal keepers Hailey Dimock and Abby Grigg left the pitch with a shutout. The Sooke squad played with composure, and vision. The Tsunamis will be at home on the 22nd of January at Fred Milne Park.

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