Stettler soccer teams have very busy week

Prolific scorer - U12-B boys team player Ryan Mielke scored five goals in three games.

JULIE BERTRAND/Independent reporter

Stettler soccer teams played 17 games in the past week, winning some and losing some.

The boys U-12 B team beat Clive 7-0. Ryan Mielke and James Switenky each scored two goals. The remaining goals were scored by Chase Dolliver, Erik Rost and Adam Johnston. The team then lost to Camrose 2-1. Ryan Mielke scored the team’s only goal.

The boys U-12 A team beat Lacombe 6-0, with three goals from Bailey Webb, two from Trey Nichols and one from Riley Cornelssen. They went on to beat Ponoka 1-0.

The two U-12 boys teams from Stettler played each other with the B team winning 3-0. Ryan Mielke had two goals and Trey Strandquist, one.

The boys U-14 beat Sylvan Lake, Tanner Steinwand scoring the goals.

The boys U-18 beat Lacombe 2-1. Dylan Muhlbach and Ricky Armstrong scored for Stettler. They went on to tie Rocky Mountain House 2-2. The team’s goals were scored by Rushton Davis-Hall and Jacob Schwarzenberger.

Girls soccer

The girls U-12 team lost to Lacombe 4-2. Krysta Froese scored the goals.

The girls U-14 team tied Ponoka 2-2. They went on to beat Camrose 4-1. The scorers were Sarah Imbery, Kendra Volker, Grace Chapman and Morgan VanDusen. They also beat Lacombe 5-0. Rebecca Harvey and Grace Chapman each scored two goals. Lindsay McKinnon scored the remaining goal.

The girls U-16 tied Rocky Mountain House 1-1 with a goal by Sherri Langford. They went on to beat Camrose 4-3. Sherri Langford scored a hat trick and Joanna Carstairs scored the remaining goal.

The girls U-18 lost to Lacombe 5-2. The team scorers were Ashlyn McKinnon and Kelsey Bissett. They lost to Ponoka 8-1. Angela Vanderburg scored the team’s only goal. They also lost to Rocky 4-1. Romy VanOmmeren scored the team’s goal.

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