Scorpions edge Elite in U17 soccer matchup

The Semiahmoo Scorpions added another win to the ledger after a 2-0 victory over the North Shore Elite in U17 Gold girls soccer.

The Semiahmoo Scorpions added another win to the ledger Saturday, after a 2-0 shutout victory over the North Shore Elite in U17 Gold girls soccer action.

Katie Filice and Sarah Balneaves were the goal-scorers for Semiahmoo, while two others – Rachelle Folk and Katarina Kyle – were also constant threats to score.

At midfield, Emily Bonshor, Keyanna Russell and Jaclyn Tatay were strong at midfield, according to head coach Bob Balneaves, who added that defenders Ally and Lauren Robertson, as well as Laura Evans, also played well.

Goalkeeper Amy Cornish earned the shutout.

 

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