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Atlantic Under-13 soccer championships; Silver, bronze for province


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CORNER BROOK — Silver it is for Corner Brook’s Cody Hutchings.

Hutchings, a keeper and the lone member of the provincial Under-13 male team from western Newfoundland, and his Team Newfoundland and Labrador teammates were shaded 4-1 by Nova Scotia in the showdown for gold at the Atlantic Under-13 boys soccer championship Sunday at Wellington Street sports complex.

Alex Black, chosen Most Valuable Player in the male tournament, scored three goals to lead the charge for Nova Scotia.

Pascal Doucette also scored for Nova Scotia.

Lyndon Boone answered for Newfoundland and Labrador.

The bronze medal in the Under-13 boys bracket was awarded to New Brunswick after a stunning 4-3 overtime win over Prince Edward Island in the battle of the third-and-fourth place provinces.

On the female side, tournament MVP Kayla Brace scored three goals to lead Nova Scotia to a 4-0 drubbing of  Prince Edward Island Sunday at the Wellington Street sports complex.

Jamie Baker scored the other goal for the champions, while the shutout was shared by Spencer Skinner and Haley Smith.

Newfoundland and Labrador claimed the bronze in the Under-13 girls bracket after registering a 2-0 win over New Brunswick in a contest played early Sunday at Ambrose O’Reilly Memorial Pitch.

Nicole Torraville scored both goals for the host province, while Jade Hoysradt recorded the clean sheet.

The following is a look at how things unfolded in the round-robin portion of the Atlantic Under-13 Soccer Championships at Wellington Street sports complex:

Under-13 Girls

Newfoundland and Labrador 3,

New Brunswick 0

Selena Fitzgerald, Holly O’Neill and Shannon Power scored for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Nova Scotia 5, Prince Edward Island 1

Serena Dolan paved the way for Nova Scotia with a two-goal performance.

Jamie Baker, Kayla Brace and Olivia Cook also scored for the victors. Carly Connell dented the mesh for Prince Edward Island.

Nova Scotia 5, New Brunswick 0

Kayla Brace, Olivia Cook, Serena Dolan, Taylor Green and a Team Goal accounted for the offence for the winners.

Prince Edward Island 1,

Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Brittany Timothy scored the lone goal of the game.Olivia Doucette posted the clean sheet.

Prince Edward Island 1, New Brunswick 0

Carly Connell scored the only goal of the game to give Prince Edward Island the victory. Olivia Doucette recorded the shutout.

Nova Scotia 2,

Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Shay-Leigh Beaton and Serena Dolan dented the twine for Nova Scotia.

Spencer Skinner and Haley Smith shared the goose egg.

Under-13 Boys

Newfoundland and Labrador 2, 

New Brunswick 1

Roberto Torres and Keeran Bonia scored for the host province.

Abe Rickard scored for New Brunswick.

Nova Scotia 2, Prince Edward Island 0

William Warren scored both goals for Nova Scotia.

Max Gross and Tim Auton shared the shutout.

Nova Scotia 8, New Brunswick 1

Morgan Barron was the offensive star for Nova Scotia with a two-goal game.

Joshua Bowser, Cody Ettinger, Cameron MacKinnon-Turner, James Matthews, Cohen Reddick and William Warren also scored for Nova Scotia.

Mitchell Arseneau replied for New Brunswick.

Newfoundland and Labrador 2,

Prince Edward Island 1

Brandon Howlett and Roberto Torres scored for the host province.

Mon Sang Aung answered for Prince Edward Island.

New Brunswick 1, Prince Edward Island 0

Heritier Masimengo scored the game’s only goal.

Nova Scotia 9,

Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Morgan Barron’s two-goal effort paced the offensive attack for Nova Scotia.Alex Black, Joshua Bowser, Pascal Doucette, Alexander Ferguson, Matthew Larter, James Matthews and Cohen Reddick.

Tim Auton and Seamus MacDonald shared the shutout

CORNER BROOK — Silver it is for Corner Brook’s Cody Hutchings.

Hutchings, a keeper and the lone member of the provincial Under-13 male team from western Newfoundland, and his Team Newfoundland and Labrador teammates were shaded 4-1 by Nova Scotia in the showdown for gold at the Atlantic Under-13 boys soccer championship Sunday at Wellington Street sports complex.

Alex Black, chosen Most Valuable Player in the male tournament, scored three goals to lead the charge for Nova Scotia.

Pascal Doucette also scored for Nova Scotia.

Lyndon Boone answered for Newfoundland and Labrador.

The bronze medal in the Under-13 boys bracket was awarded to New Brunswick after a stunning 4-3 overtime win over Prince Edward Island in the battle of the third-and-fourth place provinces.

On the female side, tournament MVP Kayla Brace scored three goals to lead Nova Scotia to a 4-0 drubbing of  Prince Edward Island Sunday at the Wellington Street sports complex.

Jamie Baker scored the other goal for the champions, while the shutout was shared by Spencer Skinner and Haley Smith.

Newfoundland and Labrador claimed the bronze in the Under-13 girls bracket after registering a 2-0 win over New Brunswick in a contest played early Sunday at Ambrose O’Reilly Memorial Pitch.

Nicole Torraville scored both goals for the host province, while Jade Hoysradt recorded the clean sheet.

The following is a look at how things unfolded in the round-robin portion of the Atlantic Under-13 Soccer Championships at Wellington Street sports complex:

Under-13 Girls

Newfoundland and Labrador 3,

New Brunswick 0

Selena Fitzgerald, Holly O’Neill and Shannon Power scored for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Nova Scotia 5, Prince Edward Island 1

Serena Dolan paved the way for Nova Scotia with a two-goal performance.

Jamie Baker, Kayla Brace and Olivia Cook also scored for the victors. Carly Connell dented the mesh for Prince Edward Island.

Nova Scotia 5, New Brunswick 0

Kayla Brace, Olivia Cook, Serena Dolan, Taylor Green and a Team Goal accounted for the offence for the winners.

Prince Edward Island 1,

Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Brittany Timothy scored the lone goal of the game.Olivia Doucette posted the clean sheet.

Prince Edward Island 1, New Brunswick 0

Carly Connell scored the only goal of the game to give Prince Edward Island the victory. Olivia Doucette recorded the shutout.

Nova Scotia 2,

Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Shay-Leigh Beaton and Serena Dolan dented the twine for Nova Scotia.

Spencer Skinner and Haley Smith shared the goose egg.

Under-13 Boys

Newfoundland and Labrador 2, 

New Brunswick 1

Roberto Torres and Keeran Bonia scored for the host province.

Abe Rickard scored for New Brunswick.

Nova Scotia 2, Prince Edward Island 0

William Warren scored both goals for Nova Scotia.

Max Gross and Tim Auton shared the shutout.

Nova Scotia 8, New Brunswick 1

Morgan Barron was the offensive star for Nova Scotia with a two-goal game.

Joshua Bowser, Cody Ettinger, Cameron MacKinnon-Turner, James Matthews, Cohen Reddick and William Warren also scored for Nova Scotia.

Mitchell Arseneau replied for New Brunswick.

Newfoundland and Labrador 2,

Prince Edward Island 1

Brandon Howlett and Roberto Torres scored for the host province.

Mon Sang Aung answered for Prince Edward Island.

New Brunswick 1, Prince Edward Island 0

Heritier Masimengo scored the game’s only goal.

Nova Scotia 9,

Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Morgan Barron’s two-goal effort paced the offensive attack for Nova Scotia.Alex Black, Joshua Bowser, Pascal Doucette, Alexander Ferguson, Matthew Larter, James Matthews and Cohen Reddick.

Tim Auton and Seamus MacDonald shared the shutout

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