Ponoka Soccer had a busy first two weeks

Mixed results for Ponoka Soccer’s competitive teams.

Submitted by Ponoka Soccer

Week 1

Under 11 girls:

May 8 – 12-0 loss to Camrose (Smith)

May 10 – 4-4 draw with Camrose (Olson) – Goal scorers were Kristen Dykman (3) and Isabella Sweet (1)

Under 11 boys

May 8 – Ponoka (Young) 9 vs Ponoka (Bendera) 1 – Boal scorers for Ponoka (Young) were Colton Hunter (4), Jeremy Bock and Matias Czapp (2), Blake Beltz (1); Ponoka (Bendera) goal scored by Noah Bendera

May 10 – Ponoka (Young) 3-5 at Stettler – Goal scorers were Matias Czapp, Blake Beltz and Colton Hunter

May 10 – Ponoka (Bendera) 1-10 at Camrose (Osterwalder) – Goal scored by Noah Bendera

Under 13 boys

May 7 – Ponoka 3-4 at Stettler – Goals scored by Blake Miller, Brayden Lubach and Ryder Lay

May 9 – Rocky Mt House 0-11 for Ponoka – Goal scorers were Ben Hinton (5), Brayden Lubach (3), Nathan Bendera, Jackson Saunders and Blake Miller

Under 13 girls

May 7 – Stettler (6) vs Ponoka (0)

May 9 – Ponoka (0) at Lacombe (6)

Under 15 girls

May 10 – Ponoka (3) at Camrose (12) – goals scored by Gina Mercer, Reegan Cox and Miranda Little

Under 17 girls

May 7 – Ponoka (2) at Rocky (1) – Goals scored by Grace Smith and Brooklyn Budd

May 9 – Ponoka (2) at Camrose (5) – Goals scored by Elaine Hutniak and Brooklyn Budd

Under 17 boys

May 9 – Ponoka (1) at Camrose (8) – Goal scored by Ethan Little

Week 2

Under 11 girls

May 15 – Ponoka (7) at Stettler (2) – Goal scorers were Alanna Taekema (5) and Jaelyn Lubach (2)

May 17 – Lacombe (1) at Ponoka (2) – Goals scored b Alanna Taekema

Under 11 boys

May 15 – Camrose (Emes) 2 at Ponoka (Young) 7 – Goal scorers were Matias Czapp and Blake Beltz – 2 each; Jeremy Bock, Devon Young and Colton Hunter

May 17 – Rimbey (2) at Ponoka (Young) 6 – Goal scorers were Colton Hunter (3), Matias Czapp (2), Jeremy Bock (1)

May 17 – Ponoka (Bendera) 2 at Bentley (2) – Goals scored by Noah Bendera

Under 13 girls

May 16 – Ponoka (1) at Camrose (2) – goal scored by Marye Bakker

Under 13 boys

May 14 – Camrose (Gendrea) 5 at Ponoka 8 – Goal scorers were Ben Hinton (3), Brayden Lubach (2), Ryder Lay, Kayden Ponech and Steven Bock

May 16 – Ponoka (2) at Lacombe (6) – Goal scorers Devon Wolfe and Ben Hinton

Under 15 girls

May 15 – Ponoka (0) at Stettler (2)

Under 17 girls

May 16 – Stettler (0) vs Ponoka (6) Goal scorers were Brooklyn Budd (3), Grace Smith, Nicole Lagarde and Brook Smith

Under 17 boys

May 14 – Rocky (3) at Ponoka (4) – Goal scorers were Connor Stiles and Ethan Little – two each

May 16 – Ponoka (2) at Stettler (7) – Goal scorers were JanHarm Bakker and Jamie Kim

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