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Provincial teams claim gold, silver at Atlantic U13 soccer championships


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CORNER BROOK  Jacob Grant and Gary McKeown provided the marksmanship as Newfoundland and Labrador shaded Nova Scotia 3-2 in the gold-medal showdown in the boys division at the Atlantic Under-13 soccer championships Sunday in Corner Brook.

Dylan Crichton and Sam Hawco shared the shutout for the host team, who finished round-robin play in second spot with a 2-1 record after Nova Scotia had defeated the host team 3-2 in round-robin action at Wellington Street Sports Complex to finish in first with an unblemished 3-0 round-robin record.

New Brunswick claimed the bronze medal in the male bracket after a 5-2 victory over Prince Edward Island Sunday morning at Ambrose O’Reilly Memorial Pitch.

Meanwhile, Nova Scotia downed Newfoundland and Labrador 3-2 in the gold-medal showdown on the female side Sunday morning.

Kamryn Brimicombe, Teni Aleindoju and Madison Bruce dented the mesh for Nova Scotia, who finished in top spot in round-robin play with a 3-0 record, including a 1-0 win over the host team — the only loss for the provincial female squad in round-robin play.

Kate Hickey and Ashley Stratton scored for Newfoundland and Labrador.

New Brunswick captured bronze on the female side with a dramatic 3-2 shootout win over Prince Edward Island Sunday at Ambrose O’Reilly Memorial Pitch.

The shootout was a marathon with Sophia Mehlitz’s penalty kick in the ninth round sealing the deal.

Kiana Gagnon had both goals for New Brunswick in regulation time, while Madison had a two-goal game for Prince Edward Island in regulation time.

The following is a look at how things unfolded on the pitch in round-robin play at the Atlantic Under-13 boys and girls soccer championships in Corner Brook:

U13 Boys

Newfoundland and Labrador 3, New Brunswick 2

Harry Carter, Brent Hennebury and Jacob Grant supplied the goals for the host team.

George Gbongbor and Mathias Girouard scored for New Bruns-wick.

Nova Scotia 8, Prince Edward Island 1

Anthony Phelps and Aoub Al-Wabi scored two goals apiece for the Nova Scotia representatives in a lopsided victory at Wellington Street Sports Complex on Day 1 of the tournament.

Alec MacKenzie, Rini Rrahamani, Oboid Hedayat and Owen Lidstone also scored for the victors.

Zachary Wall was the lone marksman for the P.E.I. squad.

Nova Scotia 9, New Brunswick 1

Oboid Hedayat (3), Alec MacKenzie (2), Rini Rrahamani (2), Aiden McFarland and Owen Lidstone supplied the offence for the winners.

Newfoundland and Labrador 7, Prince Edward Island 0

Harry Carter (2), Brent Hennebury (2), Aaron Greenham, Chris Neil and Gary McKeown scored for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Dylan Crichton and Sam Hawco shared the shutout.

New Brunswick 4, Prince Edward Island 3

Bradley Merryweather, Mathias Girouard, Mathie Duclos and Joslain Boucher dented the mesh for the New Brunswick entry.

Tegan Misener (2) and Ben Tanton replied for the P.E.I. representatives.

Nova Scotia 3, Newfoundland and Labrador 2

A. J. John, Jace Toulouse and Alex MacKenzie scored for Nova Scotia, who rallied from a 2-0 first-half deficit to claim a 3-0 record and top spot in the round-robin portion of the tournament.

Jacob Grant and Aaron Greenham scored for the host provincial squad.

U13 girls

Newfoundland and Labrador 3, New Brunswick 0

Kate Hickey paved the way for the hometown squad with a two-goal effort, while Kristen Jenkins also dented the mesh.

Emma Druken recorded the shutout for the host team.

Nova Scotia 4, Prince Edward Island 0

Bessie Lecker Evans notched a hat trick and Jenna Borrows scored once to lead the charge for Nova Scotia.

Maiya Slaurakite-Gallant and Haley Kardas scored for the islanders.

Nova Scotia 2, New Brunswick 0

Mckenzie Kelly and Madison Bruce scored for Nova Scotia, while Haley Kardas and Maiya Slaurakite-Gallant shared the shutout.

Newfoundland and Labrador 1, Prince Edward Island 0

Emily Rowe scored the game’s only goal and Reegyn Crikard posted the goose egg.

Prince Edward Island 1, New Brunswick 0

Madison Hurley scored the game’s only goal to give the islanders a victory.

Nova Scotia 1, Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Brianne Murphy scored the only goal needed to claim victory and Haley Kardas and Maiya Slaurakite-Gallant shared the shutout.

CORNER BROOK  Jacob Grant and Gary McKeown provided the marksmanship as Newfoundland and Labrador shaded Nova Scotia 3-2 in the gold-medal showdown in the boys division at the Atlantic Under-13 soccer championships Sunday in Corner Brook.

Dylan Crichton and Sam Hawco shared the shutout for the host team, who finished round-robin play in second spot with a 2-1 record after Nova Scotia had defeated the host team 3-2 in round-robin action at Wellington Street Sports Complex to finish in first with an unblemished 3-0 round-robin record.

New Brunswick claimed the bronze medal in the male bracket after a 5-2 victory over Prince Edward Island Sunday morning at Ambrose O’Reilly Memorial Pitch.

Meanwhile, Nova Scotia downed Newfoundland and Labrador 3-2 in the gold-medal showdown on the female side Sunday morning.

Kamryn Brimicombe, Teni Aleindoju and Madison Bruce dented the mesh for Nova Scotia, who finished in top spot in round-robin play with a 3-0 record, including a 1-0 win over the host team — the only loss for the provincial female squad in round-robin play.

Kate Hickey and Ashley Stratton scored for Newfoundland and Labrador.

New Brunswick captured bronze on the female side with a dramatic 3-2 shootout win over Prince Edward Island Sunday at Ambrose O’Reilly Memorial Pitch.

The shootout was a marathon with Sophia Mehlitz’s penalty kick in the ninth round sealing the deal.

Kiana Gagnon had both goals for New Brunswick in regulation time, while Madison had a two-goal game for Prince Edward Island in regulation time.

The following is a look at how things unfolded on the pitch in round-robin play at the Atlantic Under-13 boys and girls soccer championships in Corner Brook:

U13 Boys

Newfoundland and Labrador 3, New Brunswick 2

Harry Carter, Brent Hennebury and Jacob Grant supplied the goals for the host team.

George Gbongbor and Mathias Girouard scored for New Bruns-wick.

Nova Scotia 8, Prince Edward Island 1

Anthony Phelps and Aoub Al-Wabi scored two goals apiece for the Nova Scotia representatives in a lopsided victory at Wellington Street Sports Complex on Day 1 of the tournament.

Alec MacKenzie, Rini Rrahamani, Oboid Hedayat and Owen Lidstone also scored for the victors.

Zachary Wall was the lone marksman for the P.E.I. squad.

Nova Scotia 9, New Brunswick 1

Oboid Hedayat (3), Alec MacKenzie (2), Rini Rrahamani (2), Aiden McFarland and Owen Lidstone supplied the offence for the winners.

Newfoundland and Labrador 7, Prince Edward Island 0

Harry Carter (2), Brent Hennebury (2), Aaron Greenham, Chris Neil and Gary McKeown scored for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Dylan Crichton and Sam Hawco shared the shutout.

New Brunswick 4, Prince Edward Island 3

Bradley Merryweather, Mathias Girouard, Mathie Duclos and Joslain Boucher dented the mesh for the New Brunswick entry.

Tegan Misener (2) and Ben Tanton replied for the P.E.I. representatives.

Nova Scotia 3, Newfoundland and Labrador 2

A. J. John, Jace Toulouse and Alex MacKenzie scored for Nova Scotia, who rallied from a 2-0 first-half deficit to claim a 3-0 record and top spot in the round-robin portion of the tournament.

Jacob Grant and Aaron Greenham scored for the host provincial squad.

U13 girls

Newfoundland and Labrador 3, New Brunswick 0

Kate Hickey paved the way for the hometown squad with a two-goal effort, while Kristen Jenkins also dented the mesh.

Emma Druken recorded the shutout for the host team.

Nova Scotia 4, Prince Edward Island 0

Bessie Lecker Evans notched a hat trick and Jenna Borrows scored once to lead the charge for Nova Scotia.

Maiya Slaurakite-Gallant and Haley Kardas scored for the islanders.

Nova Scotia 2, New Brunswick 0

Mckenzie Kelly and Madison Bruce scored for Nova Scotia, while Haley Kardas and Maiya Slaurakite-Gallant shared the shutout.

Newfoundland and Labrador 1, Prince Edward Island 0

Emily Rowe scored the game’s only goal and Reegyn Crikard posted the goose egg.

Prince Edward Island 1, New Brunswick 0

Madison Hurley scored the game’s only goal to give the islanders a victory.

Nova Scotia 1, Newfoundland and Labrador 0

Brianne Murphy scored the only goal needed to claim victory and Haley Kardas and Maiya Slaurakite-Gallant shared the shutout.

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