Seaway Kickers News

The second last week of the season for the Seaway Kickers club saw all four teams busy with regular-game play and a weekend soccer festival at Kemptville College.

U13-Mixed win again at home

IROQUOIS — The U13-Mixed team hosted the Ottawa Internationals M1 team  August 14th at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois.

Scoring started last in the first half at the 28 minute mark on a hard drive to the net by forward Sam Henderson, 1-0 Seaway at half-time.

The Internationals made several attempts early in the second half to get by goalkeeper Kendrew Byers, with six shots on net and two on-target, none of the shots were successful. At the 55 minute mark, forward Theo Blancher scored a one-timer in the center of the net, 2-0 Seaway. Midfielder David Vreman finished off the scoring for the game, shooting low in the bottom left corner at the 59 mark. Final score, Seaway Kickers 3, Ottawa Internationals 0. Byers collected his third clean-sheet of the season.

With this win, the U13-Mixed team advances to a record of 6 wins, 8 losses with one final game for the season hosting county-rivals North Dundas United on August 21st in Iroquois. 6:30p.m. game start at the Merkley Soccer Fields.

U13-Mixed team win two, tie one in Kemptville

KEMPTVILLE — The U13-Mixed team played in Kemptville on Sunday, August 17 in a three-game soccer festival.

First game played saw the Kickers face off against the Nepean City Storm M1 team, playing to a 1-1 tie. Midfielder David Swerdfeger scored the lone goal for the Kickers at the 34 minute mark.

The team’s second game was against the Nepean Hotspurs M1 team. Nepean lead at half-time 1-0. At the 40 minute mark in the second half, Seaway was awarded a penalty-kick after a pushing foul, with midfielder Aodhan Lowson besting Nepean’s keeper, 1-1 Seaway. Four minutes later, a three-player charge at the net saw forward Theo Blancher get the game-winning goal. Final score, Seaway Kickers 2, Nepean Hotspurs 1.

The final game of the day saw Seaway play county-rivals, and league-leading North Dundas United. Scoring opened in the first half with Kickers midfielder Sam Waytowich scoring on a rebound at the 22 minute mark, 1-0 Seaway at half-time.

Seaway remained in possession of the ball for a majority of the second half, with eight shots at net, three on-target, and one goal, with four minutes remaining by forward Curran Gilmour.

Final score, Seaway Kickers 2, North Dundas United 0. Goalkeeper Kendrew Byers with the shutout.

U16-Girls shut out the competition in Kemptville

KEMPTVILLE — The Seaway Kickers U16-Girls team shut out all three games in the soccer festival at Kemptville College August 16th. The team won against the Ottawa Internationals G2 team 3-0. Kristen Van hoof, Shayna VanBeilen and Lauren Snyder scored a goal a-piece. Goalkeeper Alyssa Grant got the shutout.

The team faced off against the Nepean City Storm next, playing to a 0-0 tie, Grant with her second clean-sheet for the day.

The final game of the day saw the U16 Kickers play against the Ottawa Internationals G1 team, winning 2-0. Rebecca Ferguson and Lauren Snyder scored a goal a-piece, with Ferguson and Stefanie St. Louis sharing the shutout.

With two games to go in the season, the U16 Girls team host the Nepean City Storm G2 team at their final home game August 20th at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois, 6:30p.m. game start.

U13-Girls get results in Kemptville

KEMPTVILLE — The Seaway Kickers U13-Girls team competed in the three-game soccer festival at Kemptville College on August 16. The team faced the Ottawa Internationals first, winning 1-0, followed by playing the Nepean City Storm team, shutting them out 3-0. The third game of the day, against the Ottawa Royals G1 team, ended in a 2-2 draw.

The U13-Girls team play their final home game of the season on Tuesday, August 19 at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois, results will be in next weeks issue of The Morrisburg Leader.

U15-Mixed team dominate Kemptville tournament

KEMPTVILLE — The U15-Mixed team played in Kemptville, winning all three games in shutouts, finishing off the 2014 season.

The first game saw a 5-0 win over the Ottawa Internationals M2 team. Oakley Beavers scored a hat-trick, with John Coligan and David Swerdfeger having a goal a-piece.

Second game saw the Kickers shutout the Nepean City Storm M2 team, 1-0. Lone goal scored by Oakley Beavers.

The final game of the day saw the Kickers play against the Nepean City Storm M1 team, winning 2-0. John Coligan and Oakley Beavers scored one goal each in the win.

Goalkeeper Antoine Scarr had all three clean-sheets for the day.

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