U18 boys and girls soccer teams continue strong games

Ponoka minor soccer has a good week on the pitch in several divisions

Ava Yeo of Ponoka’s U14 girls tries to take control of the ball from the Camrose players during their game in Ponoka on Monday

Ponoka Storm soccer teams continue to show their skills on the pitch as they keep collecting precious points.

This week’s soccer roundup results show the U18 boys and girls teams are having some positive results in their games.

The boys first played Lacombe Monday, May 9 winning 3-0 with goals coming from Lewis McDowell (2) and Zane Fessler.

Their next game was against Camrose May 11 with Ponoka winning 6-0. Scorers were Jarret Henderson and Lewis McDowell netting three each.

The girls defeated Camrose 5-3 May 9 with goals coming from Nikki Smith (2), Danielle Blacklock, Abby Sim and Tess Pearman.

U16 teams

The U16 girls tied 2-2 with Stettler May 10. Both goals were scored by Emma Bendera.

For the U16 boys there was a win and loss. Their first game against Lacombe May 10 was a 5-4 win with goals coming from Tyler Lagarde (2), Aidan Stiles (2) and Shaun Pallin.

Their next game May 12 against Rocky was a 4-2 loss. Hunter Busat scored both goals of the game for the Ponoka side.

U14 teams

The U14 boys had a strong showing winning both games they played.

Their May 9 game was a strong 8-2 win against Rocky with goals coming from Jace Van Scheik (5), Ethan Little (2) and Niklas Schlak (1).

Their May 11 game was stronger with a 7-0 win against Camrose. Scorers were Jace Van Scheik (4), Ethan Little and Niklas Schlak (2).

The U14 girls lost their May 9 game to Camrose 3-1. Brooklyn Budd scored their only goal of the game.

U12 teams

The U12 boys had mixed results with the Ponoka Y team losing their May 10 game to Camrose 11-0 and the Ponoka United team defeating Lacombe 3-2.

Goal scorers for the United were Brayden Lubach (2) and Luis Baitinger.

The U12 girls lost their May 12 game to Stettler 3-0.


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