For the ninth straight game, Natalia Kaczmarek rippled the twine to lift the Coquitlam Metro-Ford under-18 girls metro Threat past DSG of Surrey 3-1.
Nicole Shanks had given Coquitlam the lead just five minutes in, followed by Kaczmarek's 13 th of the season just before the half.
The squad's third goal was a work of collaboration, as Paige Benning charged down the left wing and was brought down. Kaczmarek took the free kick and fed a crisp cross to Amanda Ramsden who re-directed it into the net.
Setting the tone on the backline in the club's 10 th consecutive win were players of the game Pam Scowby and Triana Syskakis.
. Under a boatload of pressure, the Coquitlam Metro-Ford u14 gold tNt were in the driver's seat until a late goal by Langley earned both teams a 1-1 draw.
Coquitlam grabbed the lead to open the second half, when Noelle Everett cashed in Kaisha Markiewicz's setup. Putting in some hard work were Sarah Jetha and Risako Kazemi, while Tessa Weimer was a sparkplug on defence.
. The Coquitlam Metro-Ford u-16 boys Crusaders put in an honest effort but fell 5-1 to Aldergrove on Sunday.
Shorthanded with just 10 players, Coquitlam applied some pressure but were unable to contain the full-staffed Aldergrove rivals. Trevor Good scored the lone Crusaders mark, while also turning in solid performances were Ryan Fielding, Theo Papadogambros and Chris Seol.
A day earlier, Coquitlam were topped 6-1 by Surrey in a game where netminder Zac Webster was kept very busy. Webster made a number of outstanding saves, while Giordano Bua played well on defence. Tallying the lone Crusader goal was Galen Wang, off a rebound.
. It took a complete team effort, but the Coquitlam Metro-Ford u-13 Vipers blanked West Coast 2-0 in minor soccer action. Turning in standout work were Elliot Alef, Alex Fung, Alec Panjwani and Ben Steinkampf.
Maintaining their unbeaten record, the Port Coquitlam Euro-Rite u-14 boys United powered past Port Moody 4-0.
Spurred on by the acrobatic saves of Devon Kumar, PoCo took full control on markers by Justin Cho, Francesco De Stefano, Brandon Goff and Kyle Pickard, who also chipped in three assists.
The defence earned full marks for the shutout, with Darius Mullen and Lucas Noel leading the way.
Earlier, United trumped Coquitlam 5-0, thanks to a two-goal performance from De Stefano. Adding singles were Michael Lane, Cho and Pickard.
. Eman Aniogbe drew assists on every goal, including Kaden MacNabb's game winner, in PoCo Euro-Rite u-15 City FC's 4-0 shutout over Central City.
Also tallying in the win were Riley Brown, Spencer Lall and Sean Pilgrim. A strong defensive effort was provided by Amin Abdi, while goalkeepers Jordan Roche and Thomas Medvec handled everything that came their way.
. A late push produced the designed results as PoCo Euro-Rite u-16 Elite rallied to tie Langley 1-1 in Div. 1 play.
Jake Stobbart converted Farhang Behrouzi's pass with mere seconds to play to earn the draw. Anchoring the comeback was a standout performance by goalkeeper Kyle Buzzard.
Providing solid support on defence were Ishawn Johal, Ethan Kazemir and Johnathan Malmberg.
After a string of close attempts, the Port Moody u-13 girls Strikers collected their first win of the season, a 2-1 decision over West Coast of Maple Ridge.
Shannon Lo opened the scoring in the sixth minute, converting Samantha Walsh's setup. The defence, led by Jade Teigen and Anna Tiili, withheld numerous Maple Ridge charges, while goalkeeper Tess Timson was steady between the posts.
In the second half, West Coast tied it with 10 minutes left in regulation. But unwilling to settle for a draw, Port Moody pushed it forward with Zoe Hannon winning possession in the opposing box and passed to Daniela Vassallo who netted the winner.
. Twins Sophia and Jenny Kim anchored a sterling team performance as the Port Moody u-16 Quicksilver blanked North Shore 2-0 in Div. 4.
Netminder Ellie Langr was perfect in registering another clean sheet, backed up by strong work of defenders Julia Palmer and Vanessa Velo. The dominating ball control of Mia Ciolli, Tanya Kucukgozen and Brittney Poulin cemented the victory.
. The Port Moody u-18 Nitro put together a second half march to earn a 1-1 sawoff with Vancouver. Trailing at the half, the Nitro shut down the opposition thanks to the determined work of Alecia Tingling and Danica Wilson on defence.
Melanie Mayede converted Julia Basa's setup to earn the point.