Stettler U17 boys win silver

8 Stettler teams participate in Camrose tournament

Eight Stettler teams participated in the Camrose at the Night Classic Tournament June 2-4.

With just half of the outdoor soccer season underway, Stettler U11 boys soccer team showed great determination on the fields in the Camrose Night Classic Tournament June 9-10.

In only three action packed games (excluding an exciting night game under the big lights of the field) the Stettler U11 boys team accumulated more than 24 points, placing them in the finals.

Having just enough players to spare going into the final game, they worked a hard game together and proved to be an equal, worthy and challenging opponent that drove the game to a tie and led to an exciting shootout.

As coaches and manager of the team, it was a pleasure to be a part of the tournament as we are very proud of our team that came in fourth overall.

Stettler U11 boys played with all their hearts in it, determination that put their best skills forward and displayed great enthusiasm and sportsmanship.

We appreciated all the family and friends that came out to support them and cheer them on. You kept the spirits of this fun tournament that much higher.

The U13 girls soccer team played their hearts out at the Camrose “Under the Lights” tournament. They started the weekend off with an easy win against Cold Lake. The girls played in the bronze medal match, but ended up losing a very close game by one goal.

Results: U11B – pool B, top six scoring leader 3/6 Jamie McCallum (11); U13B pool B – Top six scoring leader 6/6 Ben Philipsen (4); U15 boys pool C – bronze, top six scoring leader 5/6 Josh DeGuzman (3); U15 girls pool B – bronze, top six scoring leader 6/6 Katlyne Glasier (2). U17 boys pool A, silver, top six scoring leader 2/6 Caleb Miles (5), 3/6 Joel Gustavson (4), 4/6 Steele Nichols (4).

Stettler is always commemorated for their fair play and respect of the sport. Way to go Stetter.

– Contributed

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