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Western girls come away from weekend winless against St. John’s


It was a tough weekend for the Western United Wolves under-14 girls soccer team.

Julianne King, back, of the Western United Wolves U14 girls soccer team controls the ball against Julie Oliver of St. John’s Academy during play at the Wellington Street Sports Complex Sunday.
Geraldine Brophy/The Western Star

Not only did they lose all three games against St. John’s Academy in provincial under-14 girls soccer league play at Wellington Street Sports Complex, they failed to convert a goal in any of them.

On Sunday, goalkeeper Reagan Adams picked up the last of her three clean sheets as St. John’s beat Western 2-0.

Julie Anne McGuire-Walsh and Julie Oliver dented the mesh for the victors.

On Saturday, McGuire-Walsh netted a hat trick, while Maria Downey, Victoria Linehan and Allison Wragg added single markers in a 6-0 win for St. John’s.

McGuire-Walsh registered a pair of goals on Friday as well, as St. John’s won 3-0.

Meagan Moret accounted for the other goal for the visiting club.

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