Soccer season draws to a close


Enjoying their rewards - The Stettler U14 girls are proudly posing after being awarded the bronze on Sunday afternoon.

JULIE BERTRAND/Independent reporter

Expect to see less action on the town’s soccer fields, as the league season ended on June 23.

The girls U-12 team lost to Camrose 4-1, with Krysta Froese scoring the goal. They went on to lose 3-1 to Lacombe, with Madison Kuefler scoring the goal. Sylvan Lake shut the team out 5-0.

The girls U-14 team lost to Ponoka 2-1. They went on to beat Sylvan Lake 3-2. Grace Chapman scored two goals while Lindsay McKinnon scored one. The team won 7-0 over Lacombe. Grace Chapman scored a hat trick, while Lindsay McKinnon scored two. Kendra Volker and Jenn Hallet scored the remaining goals. During the league’s last week, the team beat Camrose 4-0, beat Rocky Mountain House 2-1 and lost to Ponoka 1-0 in a shoot out. The team ended the season on a high note qualifying for their age group in Provincials, which will be held in Ponoka, from July 8 to 10.

The girls U-16 beat Lacombe 4-1. Jayden Doucette scored two goals. Kennedy Fisher and Kathryn Dolliver each scored one. At the provincial qualifying tournament in Camrose, the team won two of its three games, tied one and lost one. They still qualified for their age group provincials, which will be held in Sylvan Lake, from July 8 to 10. The players tied Camrose 2-2 for their last league game. Nikyta Lachowsky and Sherri Langford scored the goals.

The girls U-18 lost to Ponoka 5-1. Angela Vanderburg scored the only goal. The team also lost to Lacombe 2-0.

The boys U-12 A team beat Camrose 7-1, with a hat trick by Trey Nichols. Bailey Webb and Nathan Hataley each scored two goals.

The boys U-12 B team Switenky beat the A team 1-0. The goal was scored by Ryan Mielke. The B team went on to beat Camrose 4-2. Ryan Mielke scored two goals, while Delaney Anderson and Trey Strandquist scored the rest.

The boys U-14 beat Rimbey 7-2. Garrett Burns had a hat trick, while Scott Verhoeven scored two goals. Tim Ascah and Dylan Humbke each scored one goal. They went on to lose to Clive 3-2. Garrett Burns and Dylan Humbke were the team scorers.

The boys U-16 beat Ponoka 4-2. Logan Davidson had two goals. Adam Pitzel and Frank VanOmmeren each scored one goal. They went on to lose 2-0 to Lacombe, before beating Ponoka 4-2. Logan Davidson scored two goals. Adam Pitzel and Frank VanOmmeren each scored one goal. After tying Sylvan Lake 1-1 with a goal by Andrew Kim, the team beat Rocky Mountain House 5-1. They lost their last league game to Sylvan Lake 3-1. Jamie Bromwich scored the team’s goal.

The boys U-18 tied Rocky Mountain House 2-2. Rushton Davis-Hall and Jacob Schwarzenberger scored the goals.

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