U12 United boys have strong week

While rain affected many of the soccer games last week, Ponoka Storm’s U12 United boys had a strong showing.


While rain affected many of the soccer games last week, Ponoka Storm’s U12 United boys had a strong showing.

They played Ponoka ‘Y’ Tuesday, May 24 winning 10-2. Cameron Haagsma and Colin Sim scored the two goals for the ‘Y’ team.

Goal scorers for Ponoka United were Levin Spitzer (3), Luis Baitinger (3), Ben Hinton (3) and Brayden Lubach.

United played Rimbey on May 26 winning a strong 13-0 game. Goal Scorers were Levin Spitzer (5), Luis Baitinger (3), Brayden Lubach (3) and Ben Hinton (2). The match stopped at 42 minutes due to weather.

Under 12 girls

The girls had a close 1-0 loss against Lacombe May 24 and a tougher loss of 3-0 against Stettler on May 26. The game was called at 42 minutes due to weather but is considered a complete match.

Under 14 boys

For the U14 boys their May 25 game against Red Deer went well with a 5-2 win. Goal scorers were Niklas Schlak (3) and JanHarm Bakker (2).

Under 14 girls

The U14 girls tied up their rescheduled game with Stettler 1-1 from May 23, which was played May 25. The goal was scored by Brooklyn Budd.

Under 16 girls

A close 1-0 score almost made a win for the U16 girls but the game was cancelled at the 32 minute mark due to weather. Emma Bendera scored the goal and a reschedule is being planned.

Men’s team

Ponoka versus Manluk in Wetaskiwin Sunday, May 29 was also called due to weather. Ponoka was down 2-0 at the time the game was cancelled.


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