Sooke Division 3 Women’s player Jaylin Hudson takes on Bays United player Taylor McKinnon during Sunday’s game at the Fred Milne soccer fields.

U10 girls take convincing win

A summary from this weekend's soccer games at the Fred Milne fields.

The U10 girls started their season with a 3-0 win against Juan de Fuca at John Stubbs elementary school field in youth soccer action last weekend.

The team worked hard in its first game. Goals were scored by Sabrina Stewart and Emma Childs.

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U13 girls were pretty excited as they prepared to play against Gorge.  This game marked the girls first time playing full field but it did not deter them as the first half was a hard fought battle with Gorge leading by one.

The second half proved to be a different story though as Sooke opened up the scoring in the first minute of play with a well placed ball by Kattia Bingham.

Within six minutes, Sooke found the back of Gorge’s net again by a well placed ball by Lexis Patey. Final score:  Sooke 2 Gorge 1.

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Brittney Homer scored two goals as U14 girls Sooke Tidalwaves defeated Cowichan 5-0.

Other Sooke goals were scored by Chloe Berger, Allana Garat and Jaylin Shaw.

Sooke keeper Holly Conwright and Emma Muttitt split duties in goal and the shutout.

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The U15 girls came up against their Juan de Fuca rivals and drew to a 1-1 score.

Faith Knoles got the Sooke goal early. The local squad outworked and outplayed JDF with many chances but couldn’t knock the ball between the pipes.

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The Division 4 men brought victory to the Sooke fields Sunday afternoon with a 1-0 win over Gorge.

Chris Kuzman kicked in the game’s lone goal.

With a mix of young and veteran players Sooke dominated the game.

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Sooke Over 30b women, the Jaggers, played their first home game against Peninsula, with the local side winning 6-4.

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In other action, U16 Boys won 3-1 over Gorge/Lakehill and U18 boys beat JDF 4-1.

 

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