In their second game of the season, the Port Coquitlam under-17 boys Div. 2 Impact were firing on all cylinders en route to a 4-2 doubling of Mission.
Powered by Nick Agnoletto's twin tallies, PoCo pushed ahead 2-0 in the first half and upped the advantage to 3-0 before Mission replied. Also scoring were Reed Haddad and Jared Stacey, while Kyle D'Antonio and Adam Pruner were sharp on the backline.
. Cashing in for the first two goals, the PoCo u-12 boys Internationals held off a charging Coquitlam rival for a 4-2 decision last week.
Luke Nikula set the tone with two goals, while Lukas Pavicevic and Jassen Shiel added singles.
Putting the team over the top was their strong positional play and great passing.
. The offence thrived under blue skies last week, as the PoCo Euro-Rite u-11 B Castilian juniors clobbered Port Moody 9-0.
They came out of the gate sharp, though the majority of goals coming in the second half.
Leading the barrage were Kennedy Blair, Adrien Klein and Rachel Lambert, who potted two goals apiece. Chipping in with singles were Bella Irvine, Chelan Slater and Kelsey Stewart.
Down 3-0 off the hop, the Port Moody u-13 Div. 2 Spartans offered a valiant comeback attempt before falling 4-2 to the SFC Rebels.
Captain Nick Kuipers scored early in the second half off a penalty kick, while Danny Kyle netted Port Moody's second goal. Defenders Daniel Spooner and Elliott Goodell helped limit the Rebels to just three shots in the second half.
. Natasha Lumagbas was the lone goal getter for the Port Moody Div. 4 u-16 girls Quicksilver side in a 1-1 draw with Chilliwack.
Sweeper Jenna Jessa and defender Marina Koroleva provided steady defence for keeper Ellie Langr, who helped preserve the draw with timely saves throughout the match.
. The Port Moody u-18 girls Nitro team clawed back from an early two-goal deficit to preserve a 2-2 tie with Vancouver United.
Allie Mandley and Kassi Coupal got Port Moody on the scoresheet, while defenders Chelsea Reed and Lindsay Kirk, and midfielder Melanie Mayede, provided a calming presence.
Having just 11 players at their disposal did little to cool the offence, as the u-18 boys Div. 3 Blaze side easily disposed of the Surrey Athletics 5-0.
Deo Kumar Diyali led the way with a hat trick, with Sancha Rai and Jonny Lee each netting singles. Netminder Lucas Santos picked up the clean sheet.
. Alessio Esposito and Parsa Erfanian hit paydirt twice as the u-13 Div. 3 Vipers trounced the Aldergrove Wild 6-1. John Meakin and Damon Reck chipped with singles.
. Roman Bandiera netted three goals to lead the u-9 Dynamo to a 5-2 win over the Port Coquitlam Sharks.
The Dynamo also got markers from Tyler Latorre and Gianluca Trasolini, while defenders Lorenzo Castellani and Harold Yan held the opposition attack at bay.
. Despite trailing by two goals just 10 minutes in, the u-13 silver Thunder team rallied to a 4-3 win over Vancouver.
Isabella Solk bagged the game winner, while other goals came from Courtenay Hansen, Alyssa Anderson and Tessa Krochak.
. Angela Webster posted her second straight shutout as her u-16 Edge team downed the Vancouver United Warriors 4-0. Brittney Pastulovic, Angela Wiens, Annelise Denny and Jenny Varley scored for the Edge.