KYSA round-up to June 10, 2018

League champs

The under-13 Kamloops Blaze Orange boys finished atop TOYSL standings after posting a pair of weekend victories.

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Adam Phillpots, Reid Thomasse and Brett Vandepeear notched goals for Kamloops in a 3-0 win over Penticton on Saturday.

Defender Dylan Dueck scored two long-range goals in a 6-2 triumph over Shuswap on Sunday.

Vandepeear (2), Luukas Dong and Aaron Okano, with a header, also scored for the Blaze.

Evan Leggett was between the pipes for Kamloops in both matches.

Earning the split

The under-13 Kamloops Blaze Blue girls split a pair of TOYSL matches on the weekend, falling 4-2 to Shuswap on McArthur Island on Saturday and blanking Kelowna 1-0 in Lake Country on Sunday.

Emily Piroddi, Emily Tinney and Grace McDonald had goals for Kamloops on the weekend.

Sophie Hinds and McDonald shared goalkeeping duties on Saturday. Hinds went the distance in net on Sunday.

Kamloops finished the regular season with a record of five wins, five losses and two ties.

Daisy does it

Daisy Dalke scored for the under-16 Kamloops Blaze girls in a 1-0 win over under-17 Shuswap on the weekend on McArthur Island.

Sadie Moyer backstopped Kamloops, which finished the regular season atop Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League standings.

The Blaze (7-2-1) will play hometown Kelowna this weekend to determine top seed for the provincial championship, which will be held from July 5 to July 8 in Kamloops.

Two was enough

Alina Saari and Daniela Falsetta bulged the old onion bag for the under-18 Kamloops Blaze girls in a 2-1 victory over Vernon on McArthur Island on Sunday.

Rhean Holling was between the pipes for Kamloops, which will play Penticton this weekend.

Blaze on top

The under-13 Kamloops Blaze boys knocked off the visiting Penticton Pinnacles 3-2 on Sunday.

Tiago Pinto-Coehlo, Daniel Ma and Logan Willson had goals for the Blaze, who went with Jaxson Haywood between the pipes.

Kamloops finished second in TOYSL standings.

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