Western shuts down United in U-16 scoreless sweep

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Nick O'Neill, back, of the Western Under-16 team, kicks the ball away from Harrison Power of the North East United Soccer Club during provincial U16 play at the Wellington Street Sports Complex on Sunday.

Logan McIsaac is known for his defensive play on the soccer pitch, but he showed his flare for the offensive over the weekend.

McIsaac scored four goals — two in both games — as BMO Western swept the expansion North East United Soccer Club in provincial Under-16 boys soccer league play at Wellington Sports Complex.

McIsaac scored twice and Brandon Anstey recorded the shutout as the BMO Western squad blanked the visitors 5-0 Sunday morning in Corner Brook. Tanner Inder, John St. Croix and Luke House also scored scored Sunday to give the western representatives a sweep in its first games of the 2014 regular season.

Saturday night, McIsaac and St. Croix had two-goal games as the home team registered a 7-0 win with Brandon Bragg posting the shutout. Inder had a hat trick.

Western returns to action in two weeks when they hit the road for a two-game showdown with the No. 1 St. John’s team at King George V Pitch.

Organizations: BMO, North East United Soccer Club, Wellington Sports Complex.McIsaac John St. Croix and Luke House

Geographic location: Corner Brook

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