Powered by a rock-solid defensive effort, the Port Coquitlam Euro-Rite under-14 boys United knocked over Pitt Meadows 3-1.
Netminder Devon Kumar set the tone, with ample support from Will Ladron DeGuevara and Ross Shearer. Collecting two goals in the win was Francesco De Stefano, with Brandon Goff adding a single.
. It's been a terrific start for the u-14 girls Phoenix.
The undefeated squad collected its sixth win of the season, edging Vancouver 2-1 on the weekend.
Maddie Davis scored the winning marker late in the game, cashing in a rebound off Jasmine Joyce's hard shot. Joyce, who had opened the scoring, outraced three defenders to create the decisive scoring chance.
PoCo's backline, led by Christina Gemino and Nimrit Phagura, held Vancouver in check over the final three minutes. Also playing well was midfielder Katie Watson.
It's six and counting. The North Coquitlam United u-17 girls Xtreme continued their winning ways with a convincing 3-0 shutout over Surrey in Division 1 soccer action.
Lauren Kirkpatrick's first half goal would prove to be the game-winner, while Tara Beuk and Alyssa Lum, off a penalty kick, added to the lead.
Turning in stellar work on defence were Courtney Bengco and Sukhbir Gill, while Amanda Stanyer was full marks for her fifth clean sheet of the season.
The Port Moody u-16 girls Quicksilver picked up a hard fought 1-0 victory over West Coast FC in Div. 4 play.
The recent return of three key players, who missed some time due to injuries, has boosted Port Moody's roster and its three-game undefeated streak.
Netminder Ellie Langr picked up her second shutout in the past three weeks, with solid support from Natasha Lumagbas, Jenna Jessa and Marina Koroleva.
The game's lone goal was cashed in by Player of the Match Hayley Vendiola with 10 minutes left. Also playing well were Sydney LeGoff and Kiera Thompson.
. With five players counting on the scoresheet, the u-18 Nitro cruised past Cliff Avenue 5-1 in girls soccer.
Port Moody held possession most of the game, with Melanie Mayede and Kim McFarlane tallying in the first half. Rounding out the offence were Julia Basa, Ally Mandley and Brianne Wager. Putting in polished work at the backend and midfield were Chelsea Reed and Kassie Coupal.
Strikers Roman Bandiera and Gianluca Trasolini both posted hat tricks in leading the Coquitlam Metro-Ford u-9 boys Dynamo past North Coquitlam 6-2.
Setting a dominating tone at midfield was Marcus Padovano, while R.J. Lopez and Aiden Moss also made major contributions.
. A well-balanced approach resulted in a solid 3-1 decision for the u-13 boys Vipers over Surrey.
The squad got strong performances from Alex Fung, Alec Panjwani and Ben Steinkampf, while Kirit Gill-Nathoo cashed in one of the goals.
. The u-16 Crusaders suffered their second loss in Div. 3 action, falling 61 to Pitt Meadows. Theo Papadogambros recorded the team's lone goal on a shot that deflected off a Pitt defender.
Making numerous saves over a busy game was Zac Webster, while the backline of Michael Aitken, Giordano Bua, Gabe Folkestad, Jacob Hagemoen and Brody Summerskill worked hard at stemming the opposition's potent attack.
. Despite holding a firm edge in play, the u-18 girls metro Threat settled for a 2-1 triumph over West Coast.
Racking up their eighth win in eight games, Coquitlam dominated the game and just missed on a number of excellent scoring opportunities. Natalia Kaczmarek capitalized on the first chance, off a nice setup from Nicole Shanks.
After West Coast tied it - only the second goal the Threat have conceded this season so far - Holly Joe slotted home the game winner.
. In a battle for second place in u-14 gold girls Div. 2, the Coquitlam tNt registered the game's lone goal in a 1-0 decision over Royal City.
Forward Samantha Pedroso's first-half shot from 18-yards out proved to be the difference, after Kaisha Markiewicz cleared two defenders to lay in a perfect pass.
Turning in strong efforts were Kirstin Davies and Vanessa Rasovic, while defenders Nicole Chirsonoff, Mikaella de los Reyes and Anna Muckle worked diligently to help Alivia Ungaro post her third shutout.
. A short bench proved no problem for the u-16 Edge, as they motored to a 3-1 triumph over PoCo.
All the offence came in the second half, after both net-minders had stonewalled the attackers. PoCo scored first, but Coquitlam responded with about five minutes left to play on a Cassie Weimer strike.
Pushing forward, the tNt got quick tallies from Niamh McDonnell, off a Liz Stewart cross, and Brittany Pastulovic, set up by Cassidy Cooper, to clinch it.