Stettler boys & girls soccer teams are on a roll

All eyes on the ball - The Stettler girls U-12 team battled it out with Ponoka.

JULIE BERTRAND/Independent reporter

Neither the wind nor the rain could stop the Stettler soccer players from playing and winning their games in the past seven days.

The girls U-12 team tied Rimbey 1-1, with Krysta Froese scoring the goal, before losing to Ponoka 5-1. Krysta Froese was the scorer.

The girls U-14 team beat Lacombe 7-0, with four goals being scored by Grace Chapman and three by Jenn Hallet. They later tied Sylvan Lake 2-2.

The girls U-16 team took on Lacombe and won 2-0. Jayden Doucette and Breanna Davis-Hall scored the

goals. They also beat Rimbey 2-1, with Elisha Pederson and Sherri Langford scoring the goals.

The boys U-12 B team lost to Camrose 2-1, with Ethan Tomkow scoring the goal.

The boys U-12 A team beat Ponoka 5-3, with a hat trick by Ryan Mielke and the remaining goals scored by Delaney Anderson and James Switenky. They also beat Lacombe 6-0. Delaney Anderson and Ryan Mielke scored two goals each. Cameron Tripp and Trey Strandquist scored the remaining goals.

The boys U-14 beat RockyMountain House 6-3. Garret Burns scored twice. The rest of the goals were  scored by Tanner Steinwand, Steven McCrea, Scott Verhoeven and John Langford.

The boys U-16 lost to Sylvan Lake 4-2. Logan Davidson scored the two goals.

The boys U-18 beat Red Deer U-16 8-0. Rush Davis- Hall scored a hat trick. The other scorers were Mark Molchanko, Jeff Skaley, Dylan Muhlbach, Derek Muhlbach and Reese Anheliger. They also won against Rimbey 3-2. Rush Davis- Hall scored two goals and Jeff Skaley, one.

Adult soccer

The Stettler adult soccer team hosted Clive on May 27 and won 4-1. Rueben Geerts scored two goals. The other goals were scored by James Dadensky and Jorrit VdVen.

The team also hosted Ponoka on May 29 and lost 5-3. The goals were scored by Angela Vanderburg, Christine Morris and Rueben Geerts.

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