RECAP: DAY 5 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary
Posted on 9 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup
Teck Finals Day will feature Quebec teams in both gold medal matches at the U-15 Cup in Calgary, Alberta.
On the boys' side, CS Longueuil defeated London Youth Whitecaps to earn their right to face Calgary Foothills for gold. Foothills defeated Bonivital who will now face London for bronze.
On the girls' side of the draw, CS Monteuil Laval's 1:0 victory over Winnipeg FC Northwest placed them in the gold medal match. They'll face Surrey United SC who's 0:0 (3:1) PK victory over Inter SC Edmonton rounded out the medal matchups.
U-15 CUP BOYS
Semi-final – London Youth Whitecaps (ON) 0:1 (QC) CS Longueuil
Quebec earned their place in the gold medal match on Teck Finals Day by defeating Ontario 1:0 on 56’ goal from Xavier Malo. London move to the bronze medal game with the defeat.
Semi-final – Calgary Foothills SC (AB) 3:0 (MB) Bonivital SC
The undefeated Alberta squad earn their spot in the Gold Medal match with a 3:0 win over Manitoba. Goals scored by Charles Nana, Aribim Pepple and Owen Antoniuk. Bonivital now play London for bronze.
5th- 8th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals (PE) 0:0 (BC) Mountain United FC
British Columbia move on to play for fifth place after defeating Prince Edward Island 2:1 on goals from Jaden Manetta and Zachariah Thomas. Reid Peardon scored for PEI.
5th – 8th – Calgary Eastside Memorial FC (AB) 4:2 (NS) Halifax City SC
Alberta fought for their second victory of the U-15 Cup and will play for fifth at Teck Finals Day.
9th-12th – Saskatoon South (SK) 1:3 (NL) St. John’s SC
Kyle Ryan, Jeffrey King and Colin Connors scored in a 3:1 victory for Newfoundland and Labrador. Thomas Diegel scored for Saskatchewan. The win puts St. John’s at the top of consolation table.
9th-12th – Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC (YU) 4:1 (NB) Fundy SC
A 4:1 victory for Yukon with three goals from Joe Hanson and a fourth from Emmanuel Lamvu. Jonathan Beers scored for Fundy
U-15 CUP GIRLS
Semi-final – Inter SC Edmonton (AB) 0:0 (1:3) (BC) Surrey United SC
Surrey United SC earn their place in the gold medal match on Teck Finals Day with a hard fought penalty kicks victory 0:0 (3:1) over Inter SC. Edmonton will play in the bronze medal match.
Semi-final – Winnipeg FC Northwest (MB) 0:1 (QC) CS Monteil Laval
Quebec earned their place in the gold medal match on Teck Finals Day with a decisive defensive effort and through a second half penalty. Winnipeg now pay for bronze against Edmonton.
5th- 8th – Suburban FC (NS) 1:1 (6:7) (SK) FC Regina
A hard fought game by both teams despite the cold and windy conditions in Calgary. Nova Scotia scored late to tie the game, but Saskatchewan outlast them in a marathon penalty shootout. Abby Patterson scored in regulation for Regina. Brenna Kennedy scored for Suburban.
5th – 8th – St. John’s SC (NL) 1:0 (ON) Kitchener Academy
Newfoundland and Labrador took the victory over Ontario with a lone goal from Camryn Bonia.
9th-12th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC (PE) 6:0 (YU) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC
Prince Edward Island dominate with a 6:0 win over the Yukon team courtesy Emily MacInnis (2), Helena Vos, Heidi Lauwerijssem, Katie Timothy and Emma Langley.
9th-12th – Moncton Codiac First Touch (NB) 1:1 (NT) Northwest Territories
Jenaya Hanninen of the Northwest Territories finds her first goal of the competition, but a goal from Kathryn Perry of New Brunswick earned a point for Moncton.
2017 Toyota National Championships
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