Good things came in twos for the Coquitlam Metro-Ford tNt side in u-15 Gold play last week.
The club won 2-0 over Cliff Avenue United thanks to goals from two sources, Sarah Jetha and Jade Ryshak, while Alivia Ungaro copped her second shutout.
Also turning in standout performances were Natasha Calis, Julianna Bosa, Cristina Daniela, Kaisha Markiewicz and Jetha.
• Talk about making things right.
One week after suffering their first loss in close to a year, the u-18 Threat ravaged Richmond to the tune of 6-0.
Natalia Kaczmarek found the back of the net four times in the win, while Pam Scowby got the ball rolling three minutes in with a volley off of a Sam Kells corner. Paige Benning accounted for Metro Ford’s other tally.
• In a battle of two undefeated teams, the u-12 Renegades ended up as the last club standing.
The Metro-Ford side got it done over the Royal City Rebels 1-0 thanks to Ava Mongrain’s penalty kick winner, while netminder Diana Emelianova posted the clean sheet.
Chanelle Prestia, Christa Tascona and Sierra Santorelli also helped lead the offensive attack.
• Leo Lau’s two second-half strikes proved to be the exclamation point for the u-10 Juventus side’s 4-1 win over the North Coquitlam Hawks.
Juventus got on the score sheet early with Roman Bandiera’s strike from 18 yards out minutes into the game, while Adam Kirby also helped pad Juventus’ first-half lead.
Trenton Heinrich-Duddy and Max Kenward combined to turn in a stellar effort in the Metro-Ford nets.
• Trevor Good made good on his attempt on net, but it wasn’t enough as the u-17 Div. 3 Crusaders dropped a 3-1 decision to the Aldergrove Mavericks.
Outstanding players for the Crusaders included Michael Aitken, Keegan Baldwin, Ethan Wong and Aidan Ames.
• The streak continues.
The u-12 Bayern side made it five wins and counting with a 5-1 win over PCE Phoenix, with two-goal outings coming from both Dyson Parker and Jaiden Gervais. Juan Pablo de Ibarro added a single.
The u-16 RedCaps capped off a strong afternoon last weekend with a convincing 5-1 over the Coastal FC Rangers, thanks largely to a three-assist performance from Anton Pisaryk.
The goalscoring came courtesy of Rory McKay, Arash Borairi, Kyle Winslow and Nick On, while the defensive side of the ball was taken care of by the likes of Laurent Garcia and Kieran Maurice.
•A pair of costly miscues ended up costing the u-17 Quiksilver in their 2-1 loss to the West Vancouver Avalanche last week.
Mia Ciolli, on a deft seeing-eye shot that found low corner, was the lone Port Moody goal scorer, while Gabriela Marques turned in a terrific game in midfield coming off the bench. Julia Palmer, Lori Jiang and Savannah DiCesare also had standout performances.
• The u-16 ’98 Selects continued their winning ways with a 3-1 win over Surrey United in Div. 2 action last week in Cloverdale.
Hayley Reeves got on the board with the 1-0 goal late in the first half, while second half tallies went to Allie Mercer and Asha Macdonald.
The midfield work of Caelin Palmer, Kiaunna Lee, Megan Marini, Holly Chwaklinski, Alisa Schmelz, and Kim Zavera helped keep Surrey’s concerted second-half push at bay.
Taylor Parussini’s flare for the dramatic was all the u-17 Eurotire Inferno needed in their 1-0 win over Vancouver’s Westside Warriors last week.
Parussini’s first-half penalty kick marker held up to be the difference in the match, as midfielders Olivia Sosnowski, Nicole Imai, and Aliyah Vasanji dominated the centre of the park.
In the second half, the defensive play of Adara Spavier, Trang Ledo, Jamie Campbell, shut the door on the Vancouver squad, limiting them to just one shot on net.
The u-18 Tornados posted a convincing 5-2 over Vancouver United, with five different players taking part in the festivities.
Christina Grasso got the ball rolling, while Courtney Bengco, Lauren Corrado, Victoria Lige and Danielle Hill also hit paydirt.
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