Sports Soccer

Huronia Saintes march to silver

The Huronia Saintes under-18 girls competitive soccer team brought home the silver medal from the Cambridge Heritage Tournament last weekend. The girls opened the event with a 1-1 draw against Niagara Falls, followed by a 3-1 win over Cambridge United and a 3-2 victory against Dundas. In the semifinals, they defeated Burlington, 1-0, but lost to Niagara Falls in the final, 1-0, on a last-minute goal. In the back row, from left, are coach Ken Dove, Sydney Wheeler, head coach Richard Bailey, Brooke Bogden, Keah Hughes, Hannah Brown-Thiesen, Cara Bailey, Hailey Gougeon, Madison Graff-Sakasov, Brooklyn Hicks, assistant coach Todd Peat and Taylor Peat. In the front row, from left, are Julia Dove, Jodie Koniuch, Erin Hale, Jessica Wright, Veronica Blakey-Kellard, Sydney Sitar, Jessica Gauvin and Cheyanne Carvajal. SUBMITTED

The Huronia Saintes under-18 girls competitive soccer team brought home the silver medal from the Cambridge Heritage Tournament last weekend. The girls opened the event with a 1-1 draw against Niagara Falls, followed by a 3-1 win over Cambridge United and a 3-2 victory against Dundas. In the semifinals, they defeated Burlington, 1-0, but lost to Niagara Falls in the final, 1-0, on a last-minute goal. In the back row, from left, are coach Ken Dove, Sydney Wheeler, head coach Richard Bailey, Brooke Bogden, Keah Hughes, Hannah Brown-Thiesen, Cara Bailey, Hailey Gougeon, Madison Graff-Sakasov, Brooklyn Hicks, assistant coach Todd Peat and Taylor Peat. In the front row, from left, are Julia Dove, Jodie Koniuch, Erin Hale, Jessica Wright, Veronica Blakey-Kellard, Sydney Sitar, Jessica Gauvin and Cheyanne Carvajal. SUBMITTED

 

The Huronia Saintes under-18 girls competitive soccer team brought home the silver medal from the Cambridge Heritage Tournament last weekend.

The girls opened the event with a 1-1 draw against Niagara Falls, followed by a 3-1 win over Cambridge United and a 3-2 victory against Dundas.

In the semifinals, they defeated Burlington, 1-0, but lost to Niagara Falls in the final, 1-0, on a last-minute goal. 



Featured Businesses

Go to the Marketplace »