Colts and Ardens return to league final
The Swift Current Comp. Colts were just one win away from a third straight league title since joining the Moose Jaw High School Boys Soccer League after they defeated the Weyburn Eagles 6-0 in the semi-final in Moose Jaw on Saturday.
Matthew Epp paced the Colts with two goals, followed by singles from Marcios Dominguez, Joel Reimer, Jaedyn Carefoot, and Kieran Gelowitz.
Ethan Arnold and Brody Weyerclarke shared the shutout in goal.
The Colts will be in Balgonie for 3A South Regionals this weekend as they search for a second straight trip to Provincials, which will be held in Saskatoon on October 26-27. They face Weyburn in the semi-final on Saturday morning needing a win to book a return trip to Provincials.
The Ardens soccer team also earned a spot in the Moose Jaw High School Girls Soccer League championship match with a victory on Saturday.
The second seeded Ardens defeated the third seeded Vanier Spirits 6-1 in the semi-final in Moose Jaw.
Grade 11 co-captain MJ Anderson led the Ardens with three goals. Bryn Haubrich and Jannae Carlson each added a goal and an assist, while Calli Moreausimpson chipped in a pair of assists. Ilyssa Dyck also scored and Allison Wall registered one assist. Juliana Whalen picked up the win in goal.
The Ardens had concluded the regular season with a 4-0 win over the Vanier Spirits on Tuesday.
Wall led the Ardens with a goal and two assists. Carlson and Anderson each added a goal and an assist, while Moreau-simpson scored the opening goal. Whalen picked up the shutout in goal.
The Ardens were in Moose Jaw on Tuesday for the championship match. Check swbooster.com for full results.
The Ardens will host SHSAA South Regionals on Friday and Saturday. They will need a top-two finish to advance to Provincials in Prince Albert the following weekend. The Ardens will face Yorkton Regional on Friday at 3:30 p.m. with a spot at Provincials on the line. The winner will face Weyburn in Saturday’s championship match at 12:30 p.m.
Ardens’ sophomore midfielder Aspen Thomson (left) took on Vanier’s Molly Morris during the regular season finale last week.