Ontario and Alberta win U-17 Cup titles on Teck Finals Day

Ontario’s Ottawa TFC Academy and Alberta’s Calgary Foothills FC are the Girls’ and Boys’ U-17 Cup Champions at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in Charlottetown, PE. Ottawa defeated Quebec’s Lakeshore SC in their Gold Medal Match 2:1 with Foothills defeating Ontario’s Woodbridge SC 1:0. Surrey United SC girls from British Columbia and CS St-Laurent boys each finished in third place.

Girls’ U-17 Cup Final Standings

  1. Ottawa TFC Academy
  2. Lakeshore SC
  3. Surrey United SC
  4. Halifax County United SC
  5. Calgary Foothills WFC
  6. PEI FC
  7. FC Northwest Winnipeg
  8. St. John’s SC
  9. FC Regina Bluestars
  10. Moncton Codiac SC

Gold: Lakeshore SC (QC) 1:2 (ON) Ottawa TFC Academy

Ottawa’s Devon Vermaire (58’) and Riley Bonadie (79’) scored to secure the Girls’ U-17 Cup Championship for Ontario at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. A late Jaylyn Wright (80’ +1) goal for Lakeshore gave Quebec a lifeline but it was too late as Ontario held on for the win.

Bronze: Surrey United SC (BC) 4:0 (NS) Halifax County United SC

Amy Connorton (8’), Rhema Maria Batchondo (41’), Tiana Couper (74’) and Sophia Kramer (78’) scored for Surrey United and Alexa Blouin had a cleansheet to earn the Bronze Medal for British Columbia over Nova Scotia’s Halifax County.

Fifth Place: Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 3:1 (PE) PEI FC

Grace Moore (2’), Jayden Berg (12’), and Ella Djuranic (42’) scored for Calgary Foothills WFC who finish in fifth place. Helena Vos (28’) scored for PEI in a losing effort.

Seventh Place: FC Northwest Winnipeg (MB) 5:2 (NL) St. John’s SC

Breanna Gilmore (2’) opened the scoring for St. John’s and Lauren Slaney’s (57’) goal in the second half goal pulled Newfoundland & Labrador closer, however, FC Northwest were too strong. Breyanna Johnston-Kurlicki (27’, 55’) scored twice and Taylor Sousa (14’), Holly Johnson (43’), and Jaeleen Cox (64’) added goals for Manitoba who finish in seventh place.

Ninth Place: FC Regina Bluestars (SK) 2:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC

Alyssa Wood (22’) and Abby Patterson (80’) scored for FC Regina to give Manitoba’s their first win of the Girls’ U-17 Cup. Allyson Ford had the shutout to earn Regina a ninth place finish.

Boys’ U-17 Cup Final Standings

  1. Calgary Foothills FC
  2. Woodbridge SC
  3. CS St-Laurent
  4. Mountain United FC
  5. Winnipeg Bonivital SC
  6. St. John’s SC
  7. Halifax City SC
  8. FC Regina Bluestars
  9. PEI FC
  10. Moncton Codiac SC

Gold: Calgary Foothills FC (AB) 1:0 (ON) Woodbridge SC

Caden Rogozinski’s (14’) first-half goal and a clean sheet for Bilaal Hassan earned Calgary Foothills FC the 2019 Toyota National Championships Boys’ U-15 Cup title on Teck Finals Day from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

Bronze: CS St-Laurent (QC) 2:2 (4:2 PKs) (BC) Mountain United FC

Ismael Kenneth Kone (9’) opened the scoring for CS St Laurent early in the first half, but, BC were able to take the lead in the second half with Lucas Booth (34’) scoring late in the first half, and Jordan Curlier (60’) putting Mountain United up in the second half. Quebec’s Younesse El Mehdi Chibane (66’) sent the game to kicks from the penalty mark and St Laurent made good on it earning bronze with a 4:2 scoreline on penalty kicks.

Fifth Place: St. John’s SC (NL) 1:2 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC

Owen Sheppard (10’) put St. John’s SC ahead early in the second half, but, Bonivital went to the dressing room up 2:1 at half after Jean-Paul Reginald (31’, 36’) came to life late in the first half. A scoreless second half saw Manitoba finish the competition in fifth place.

Seventh Place: Halifax City SC (NS) 4:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars

Mykeo Parker Christmas’s (27’, 57’, 77’) hat trick and a Nikolas Zelios (33’) goal were enough for Halifax City to earn Nova Scotia a seventh-place finish at the Boys’ U-17 Cup. Connor Aalders earned the clean sheet for Nova Scotia.

Ninth Place: PEI FC (PE) 5:1 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC

Jonah Bartlett (58’, 77’) scored twice and Amina Miyubushobizi (20’), Patrick Muise (29’), Alec Macdougall (72’) added singles in a winning effort for PEI FC who defeated New Brunswick for ninth place. Moncton’s Vrushin Bhatt (38’) scored for Codiac.