Capers U14 girls, Halifax Dunbrack battle to draw
The Cape Breton Capers FC under-14 girls and Halifax Dunbrack played to a 2-2 tie in Nova Scotia Soccer League action Saturday at Open Hearth Park field.
Katie Hasiuk scored both goals for the Cape Breton side. Saoria Miller replied with both Halifax tallies. A result from Sunday’s game between the two clubs was not available.
In the under-16 girls division, Cape Breton posted a win and a tie with Halifax Dunbrack over the weekend at Open Hearth Park.
Sunday, the teams played to a scoreless draw. Brittany Lawrence and Alyssa van Nostrand shared the shutout for the Capers, while Mia Buchanen tended the twine for Dunbrack.
Beatrice Currie fired a hat trick for the Capers in Saturday’s 3-2 win over Dunbrack. Teni Akindoju and Laura-Leigh Wells replied for the visitors. Cape Bre- ton is atop the under-16 girls standings with a 10-0-1 record.
The Capers under-16 boys were handed a 7-1 setback to Halifax Dunbrack on the local turf on Saturday.
Trevor Leblanc had the lone Capers tally. Enrico Rodriguez fired four goals, Daniel Gajic had a pair and Jose Ramirez scored a single for Halifax. A result for Sunday’s return match was not available.
Cape Breton’s under-18 girls came home with a split of week- end games. Sunday, they lost 6-1 to Suburban FC at Weir Field in Upper Sackville. Rachelle Aucoin had the Capers lone goal. Fiorella Morales led the Suburban attack with two, while Nicole Ferguson, Alexandra Gosse, Sydney Waite and RubyAnne Fines had singles.
Saturday in Halifax, the Capers U18 girls blanked Halifax City 1-0 thanks to a goal by Aucoin. Felicitas Goodwin ensured the shutout. Cape Breton (4-8-0) is in third place.
Cape Breton keeper Anna Gillis punches away a shot from Kyla Bent of Halifax Dunbrack while Sam Lawrence, left, and Emma Ferguson, right, look on during Nova Scotia Soccer League girls under-14 action on Saturday at Open Hearth Park field in Sydney. The game ended in a 2-2 draw.