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Minor Soccer: Stettler FC U16 team wins bronze in Indoor Soccer provincials March 16-18 in Okotoks.

Stettler FC U16 team also received league silver on March 10th in the Red Deer Indoor Soccer League.

  • Mar. 29, 2018 10:30 a.m.

(FOR LEAGUE)

Our Stettler FC U16 team received silver on March 10th in the Red Deer Indoor Soccer League. They played two games that day, beating Red Deer Gold 4-2 in the semi-final. In the gold/silver game facing the Red Deer Home Depot team, it was tied 0-0 at the end of the regulation. Going to a shoot out Home Depot beat Stettler 1-0. Although Stettler lost the game, silver was a great finish in their league.

(FOR PROVINCIALS)

Stettler FC U16 team won bronze in Indoor Soccer for provincials March 16-18th in Okotoks. Stettler played Cold Lake in their first game winning 3-1. The second game against Beaumont was a 4-4 tie (Beaumont went on to win gold in provincials). In their third game against Calgary it was a 2-2 tie. Stettler ended up second in their pool, moving on to play Edmonton Terwilleger team for bronze. In a very hard fought game it was tied 4-4 at the end of regulation. Going to a shoot out the Stettler keeper, Thomas Glasier, gave the team the opportunity to win the game making the critical save. 4 out of 5 of the Stettler players scored to win the game. The team played a great tournament and coming home with bronze was a huge accomplishment. Stettler was also awarded the Fair Play award for the weekend!

– Submitted by Janine Glasier U16 team manager

 

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