Ponoka Soccer’s U13 boys landed a silver medal at the Camrose Night Classic last weekend. Pictured back row (l-r) are: Coach Chris McLean, Steven Bock, Nathan Bendera, Devon Wolfe, Drayden Ramage, Blake Miller, Brayden Lubach, Ben Hinton and coach Brad Normandeau. Front row: Kayden Ponech, Kalum McLean, Noah Bendera, Ryder Lay, Marlon Hoffman, Kyle Brayford and Damien Normandeau. Photo submitted

Ponoka Soccer’s U13 boys win silver at Camrose Night Classic

Four teams competed at the weekend Camrose Night Classic with positive results

Four Ponoka Soccer teams competed at the Camrose Night Classic tournament June 1 to 3.

The U13 boys finished with silver medals and U11 boys, coached by Matt Young and Darcy Bolton, played in the Bronze medal game.

Round robin results for the U13 boys: 6-1 win over Pigeon Lake, 4-0 win over Wetaskiwin, and a 6-4 loss to Whitecourt. Ponoka and Whitecourt advanced to the gold medal match where Ponoka was defeated 6-3.

Round robin results for the U11 boys: 6-3 win over Lacombe, 7-3 win over Athabasca, 7-5 loss to Camrose, and a 6-3 defeat at the hands of the Vermilion Strikers in the bronze medal game.

Our U15 girls and U17 boys put out strong performances, but did not advance out of their pools.

A number of Ponoka players were featured in the top five scoring leaders at the tournament:

Ben Hinton and Brayden Lubach were in second place for goal scoring in their pool, with six goals each. Matias Czapp had an impressive 10 goal output for the tournament, putting him in second place in the pool, which also included Colton Hunter and Jeremy Bock of the Storm who had four goals each.

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