RECAP: DAY 6 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary
Posted on 9 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup
Teck Finals Day at the U-15 Cup in Calgary saw intense competition and a large crowd base out to watch as teams battled for gold at the 2017 Toyota National Championships.
Quebec’s CS Longueuil scored in extra time to secure the Boys’ U-15 Cup 2:1 over hometown Calgary Foothills. The bronze medal went to Manitoba’s Bonivital who defeated London Youth Whitecaps from Ontario.
British Columbia secured the gold medal as Surrey United defeated CS Monteuil from Quebec 1:0. Alberta’s Inter SC Edmonton defeated Manitoba’s Winnipeg FC Northwest 4:0 to take bronze.
U-15 CUP BOYS
1st/2nd – CS Longueuil (QC) 2:1 (AB) Calgary Foothills SC
CS Longueuil won the gold medal defeating Calgary Foothills with an extra time winner. Gabriel Muboyayi and Komi Paul Moussou scored for Quebec. Owen Antoniuk had the goal for Alberta.
3rd/4th – London Youth Whitecaps (ON) 0:1 (MB) Bonivital SC
Mossimo Ciccarelli scored for Mantioba to secure the bronze medal for Bonivital over Ontario’s London Youth Whitecaps. Stefano Ciccarelli earned the shutout in the victory.
5th/6th – Calgary Eastside Memorial (AB) 1:3 (BC) Mountain United SC
BC finished fifth after a 3:1 victory over Alberta. A Zachariah Thomas brace and single from Zakiy Karim sealed it for Mountain United. Hani Debesay scored for Calgary.
7th/8th – Halifax City SC (NS) 1:4 (PE) Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC
A brace from Santiago Gomez and singles from Keiran Gallant, and Kyle Connell saw PEI take seventh place. Halifax City’s goal was scored by Mykeo Parker-Christmas.
9th-12th – Saskatoon South (SK) 1:0 (YU) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC
Saskatchewan took 1:0 victory over Yukon with a goal from Connor Painchaud. Maykol Ulboa earned the shutout.
9th-12th – Fundy SC (NB) 0:2 (NL) St. John’s SC
Goals from Dylan Hartson and Owen Sheppard clinched the consolation round for St. John’s. Riley Kelloway and Innocent Ndaitouroum shared the shutout.
U-15 CUP GIRLS
1st/2nd – Surrey United (BC) 1:0 (QC) CS Monteuil Laval
Sophia Kramer’s first half goal was enough for Surrey United to earn the gold medal over Quebec’s CS Monteuil Laval. Soninka Nandha earned the clean sheet for the champions.
3rd/4th – Inter SC Edmonton (AB) 3:0 (MB) Winnipeg FC Northwest
Inter SC Edmonton won bronze with a 3:0 victory over Winnipeg FC Northwest. Rachel Salyn, Nicole Brodeur, and Sophie Walsh scored for Alberta, while Danielle Hamieh earned the shutout.
5th/6th – St. John’s (NL) 1:0 (SK) FC Regina
Ashley O’Neill’s goal secured fifth place for St. John’s while Amanda Pearcey earned the shutout.
7th/8th – Kitchener Academy (ON) 1:5 (SK) (NS) Suburban FC
Suburban FC secured seventh place with a 5:1 victory behind goals from Grace Somers (2), Claire Langille, Erin McCormick, and Adrianna Timmons. Maxeen Rygowska-Sieczkowski scored for Ontario.
9th-12th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC (PE) 3:1 (NB) Moncton Codiac First Touch
PEI secured the consolation round with two goals from Helena Vos and one from Heidi Lauwerijssen. Kathryn Perry scored for New Brunswick.
9th-12th – Northwest Territories (NT) 0:2 (YU) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC
Yukon secure a 2:0 win over Northwest Territories courtesy of the two goals from Abby Rich.
2017 Toyota National Championships
Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships run 4-9 October 2017 in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Calgary, Alberta, and Surrey, British Columbia. At all age levels, the Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers.