U14 girls draw with Saanich Fusion in minor soccer

Tidalwaves goal keepers Mina Louvat and Emma Muttitt both played a standout game.

Sooke Soccer Club’s Girls U14 Tidalwaves battled to a 2-2 draw against Saanich Fusion last weekend.

Tidalwaves keepers Mina Louvat and Emma Muttitt both played a standout game.

Sooke’s first goal was scored by Marin Clarkston, her hard work against the Saanich defense paid off.

The second goal was from Brittney Homer as she blasted a penalty shot from outside the 18-yard line.

“Great work by the whole team,” said manager Carleen Dennett.

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Sooke Loggers played to a 0-0 tie against Prospect Lakers Black on Saurday at Fred Milne Park in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 2.

Shutouts were recorded by Sooke’s Kelton Peck and Blacks’ Kevin Ashcroft.

Next up for Sooke is an away game in Powell River this weekend.

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The struggles continue for Sooke United in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 4B.

United lost again Sunday to Prospect Lake’s Kal Tire 2-1.

Mustafa Alsaeed and Toshiki Matsumro scored for Kal Tire. Michael Yuill tallied for the Sooke side.

 

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