Minor soccer season continues

  • May. 25, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Battling for the soccer ball - Stettler soccer players gave a strong effort

JULIE BERTRAND/Independent reporter

Minor soccer league season is going strong.

Girls U-12 beat Camrose 3-2, with Katherine Hataley, Madisson Kuefler, Alina Hotte scoring the goals. They later lost to Sylvan Lake 9-0 in the second week.

Girls U-18 lost to Lacombe 4-0.

Boys U-12 B team tied Ponoka 0-0.

Boys U-12 A team lost to Camrose 3-2, with Ryan Mielke scoring the two goals.

Adult soccer schedule

According to Cathy Dadensky, coordinator for Stettler’s adult soccer team, the schedule of the games have now been finalized with the next game set for 7:15 p.m. on May 27 in Clive followed by the second home game of the season on Sunday, May 29 against Ponoka. Kick-off time is 2:30 p.m.

All of the home games of the Stettler team will be played on the new fields at the sports park.

Stettler will later host Camrose on June 19 and travel to Clive once again on July 8.

The last two games of the regular season will be against Ponoka team # 2, the first at home on July 10 and the last one week later in Ponoka, both beginning at 2:30 p.m.

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