Ponoka soccer

After a highly competitive provincials tournament in Camrose, Ponoka Storm’s U17 girls walked away with silver medals for their performance.                                Photo submitted

Ponoka Storm soccer teams return with medals

The U17 girls and U13 boys returned from a highly competitive provincials with medals.

 

Ponoka U17 girls’ coach Greg Bendera gets a cooling off after the girls won the league last week. The team not only won league but managed a berth at provincials in two weeks. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka Storm U17 girls take league

Just days before provincial qualifiers, the U17 girls earned a solid league win at home

 

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

  • Jun 5, 2018

 

Ponoka Storm’s U17 goalie Kayle Pallin makes a save under heavy pressure against the Camrose Vikings May 30. Ponoka ended up losing 7-2 after a red card had them play 10 against 11.                                Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka Soccer’s U17 boys lose to Camrose after red card

Ponoka Storm’s U17 were on a roll against the Camrose Vikings

Ponoka Storm’s U17 goalie Kayle Pallin makes a save under heavy pressure against the Camrose Vikings May 30. Ponoka ended up losing 7-2 after a red card had them play 10 against 11.                                Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye
The first two weeks for Ponoka Soccer’s competitive teams proved a mixed one with wins and losses for the teams. The season started a little late due to a wet spring.                                File photo

Ponoka Soccer had a busy first two weeks

Mixed results for Ponoka Soccer’s competitive teams.

The first two weeks for Ponoka Soccer’s competitive teams proved a mixed one with wins and losses for the teams. The season started a little late due to a wet spring.                                File photo
The Ponoka Storm Under-18 girls soccer club finished up with a silver medal at the Alberta Soccer Association Tier IV Rural provincial championships last weekend in Camrose. Photo submitted

Ponoka struck down in U18 provincial soccer final

Storm run into hard charging Edson squad, end up with silver

The Ponoka Storm Under-18 girls soccer club finished up with a silver medal at the Alberta Soccer Association Tier IV Rural provincial championships last weekend in Camrose. Photo submitted
Ponoka Storm’s U18 girls are heading to provincials after winning at the Central Alberta Soccer Association qualifiers over the weekend in Ponoka. The team’s player Tess Pearman earned the award for most goals in the U18 girls category at 16 for the season.                                Photo submitted

Ponoka Storm’s U18 girls heading to provincials

Last weekend was busy with soccer qualifiers being played on all the soccer pitches in Ponoka

Ponoka Storm’s U18 girls are heading to provincials after winning at the Central Alberta Soccer Association qualifiers over the weekend in Ponoka. The team’s player Tess Pearman earned the award for most goals in the U18 girls category at 16 for the season.                                Photo submitted
Ponoka Storm’s U14 girls managed a silver medal over the weekend at the Millet Classic Tournament. Despite a rainy start to the tournament several Storm teams did well with the U12 boys teams winning gold and bronze.Photo submitted

Ponoka Storm soccer teams have strong showing

Ponoka Storm soccer teams had a strong showing at the Millet Classic Tournament.

  • Jun 13, 2017
Ponoka Storm’s U14 girls managed a silver medal over the weekend at the Millet Classic Tournament. Despite a rainy start to the tournament several Storm teams did well with the U12 boys teams winning gold and bronze.Photo submitted