The U14 Storm shut out Rutland Dragons

On April 21, the girls U14 Storm won their game 5-0 against the Rutland Dragons.

On April 21, the girls U14 Storm won their game 5-0 against the Rutland Dragons.

Kendra Bond scored three, Mackenzie Anderson Scored one and Sarah Zoobkoff scored one. All of this with only one sub.

MVP of the game would likely be Sydney Stolz with the enormous effort of a few assists and five shots on net, one of them a header.

Girls U14

Due to injuries and other commitments on April 28, the Lake Country GU14 Lemon Limers had to dig deep at the Mission playing fields from whistle to whistle with only 10 players and no subs against the OMYSA Lightning.

Smart team play, great defence and speedy lone striker Kaitlin Chimney had the Limers up two at the half. Emma Schultz blasted an insurance goal home in the second frame helping keeper Mackenzie Wallace to a second straight shut out.

Defenders Mod Takaeonoi, Alyssa Neustaeter, Emily Knudson-Goerner and Allison Keber had particularly strong games.

Boys U14

The BU14 Woodsdale General Store Wolves came out on top of a scoring-fest April 28 in the Mission against the OMYSA Hawks.

Tom Head opened the scoring and was quickly joined by Sean Martin, Caileb Newell, Shawn Olfert and Eli Barrodale who netted a deuce.

The Hawks made it four on a penalty shot after an instinctive goal-denying hand ball cost Martin a red card but the boys hung on with only 10 players to capture a well fought win—their first this season.

 

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