Seaway Kickers on the pitch


U13M Kickers run up four wins

NEPEAN–The U13M Kickers stretched their season record to 5-0 with success in four consecutive road games last week.

On June 13, Seaway visited the Nepean City M1 team at the Centrepointe East field in Nepean. Nepean City where they produced a solid 6-1 win.

Nepean City scored first at the 10 minute mark with a shot high in the left corner which foiled Seaway’s goalie Shawn Dowson. 

Ten minutes later, the game was tied on a goal by Seaway forward Aaron Tibbin, assisted by David Vreman. 

Late in the first half, Seaway went up 3-1 on back-to-back goals from Conner Dumoulin, assisted by Kendrew Byers, and Oakley Beavers with Tibben on the assist. 

With two minutes left in the first half, Seaway midfielder Daniel Swerdfeger made if 4-1 on a penalty kick. 

Early in the second half, Dumoulin netted his second goal, with Byers on the assist. 

Seaway dominated the second half keeping Nepean City to two shots the whole half.

At the whistle, John Coligan landed a goal to end it ar 6-1 for Seaway. 

Byers collected three assists with the helper on the final goal.

With the Southside Soccer League expanding the 2013 season from 12 to 15 games, the Seaway Kickers U13M team played three away games on June 15 at Hillcrest High School and at École secondaire catholique Franco-Cité in Ottawa.

Game one was against the Ottawa Royals M2 team on the turf at Hillcrest High School.

Seaway won the game 6-0 with goalie Travis McInnis getting his first shutout of the season. 

Goals were scored by John Coligan(two), Brayden Blacquiere-Rizk, Shawn Dowson, Jake Cutler and David Swerdfeger.

Seaway faced the Ottawa Internationals M2 team on the artificial turf of Franco-Cité for game two. 

Seaway won 4-1, with goalie Shawn Dowson stopping 12 shots. 

Seaway goals were scored by John Coligan, Conner Dumolin, David Swerdfeger and Oakley Beavers.

Game three was also played on the artificial turf of Franco-Cité, with Seaway claiming a 4-1 win over the Nepean City M4 team. The hard-fought game saw many scoring attempts by Seaway and Nepean City, but Seaway’s goaltending duo of Shawn Dowson and Travis McInnis stopped 12 shots. 

Kickers Conner Dumoulin, Oakley Beavers, Dawson Markell and Travis McInnis netted four through Nepean City’s defence. 

The Seaway Kickers U13M team begin a five-game home stand in Iroquois at the Merkley Soccer Fields against the Ottawa Internationals M1 squad, June 20th, 6:30 p.m. game start.

U13 Girls play to 1-1 tie

The Seaway Kickers U13G team visited the Ottawa Internationals G2 team June 11 at the Ottawa TLC field in Vanier where they settled for a 1-1 tie.

Poor weather impacted the field but not the team, with Kristyn VanHoof scoring on Ottawa’s goal early in the first half.

Seaway maintained the 1-0 lead throughout the remaining first half and most of the second half. 

However with five minutes remaining, Ottawa tied the game  and that is how it ended.

Cameron Broad and Alyssa Grant shared goaltending duties. 

Seaway hosts the Ottawa Royals G2 team June 18 in Iroquois. Game time is 6:30 p.m. 

U15 Girls win at home

The Seaway Kickers U15 Girls team defeated the Ottawa Internationals G2 team 2-0 at home, June 12. 

The Seaway goals were netted by Shayna Van Beilen and Lauren Snyder. 

The U15 Girls team will visit the Ottawa Royals G2 team in Ottawa, on June 19.

U18 Girls land decisive win

A hat-trick performance from Lesley-Ann Tupper led the U18 Seaway Girls team to a 7-2 victory over the Nepean City G1 team in Iroquois last Monday, June 10. 

Nadine VanDodewaard and Kaitlyn Geurkink netted a goal each and Alyssa MacMillian scored twice in the victory. 

A rematch is scheduled for June 17, in Nepean.


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