KYSA round-up to May 12, 2019

Goals galore

The Kamloops Blaze left Vernon in the dust in under-14 Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League action at the Tournament Capital Ranch on the weekend.

Kamloops won 8-0, with goals from Aedan Skinner (2), Aaron Okano (2), Riley McClymont, Sebastain Schneider, Graeme Hanks and Luca Fattor.

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Graeme Hanks and Fraser Jacoby split time between the pipes for the Blaze.

Blaze razed

Kelowna United cruised to a 9-1 win over the Kamloops Blaze in under-15 TOYSL play at the Tournament Capital Ranch on Sunday.

Quinn Alpino tallied for Kamloops (3-1-1), which went with Leah Turner between the pipes.

Road defeat

Kennedy Gelineau scored the Kamloops Blaze’s lone goal in a 4-1 loss to hometown Salmon Arm in under-14 girls’ TOYSL play on Sunday.

Sierra Thiessen and Jayden Hall split time between the pipes for the Blaze (2-0-2).

Hat-trick heroine

Anika Black bagged three goals for the Kamloops Blaze in a 7-0 drubbing of Shuswap in under-18 girls’ TOYSL play at the Tournament Capital Ranch on the weekend.

Anika Lee Fraser (2), Kendra McDonald and Fiona Brisco also scored for Kamloops (2-2-0) in support of goalkeeper Sadie Moyer.

Keep it clean

Jaxson Haywood kept a clean sheets for the under-14 Kamloops Blaze boys in weekend TOYSL victories over the Penticton Pinnacles and Shuswap FC.

Russel Mochrie, Julian Muckle and Tiago Pinto-Coehlo Maurice bulged the old onion bag for Kamloops in a 3-0 victory over hometown Penticton on Saturday.

Jonas Edstrom notched a hat-trick in a 5-0 drubbing of visiting Shuswap on Sunday, with Julian Muckle and Charlie Wilson adding singles.

Soccer central

The 41st annual Slurpee Cup will run from Saturday to Monday, with 135 teams from across B.C. and Alberta signed up to hit the pitch.

Most matches will be played on McArthur Island, but fields across the city will be in use.

The 7-Eleven-sponsored KYSA tournament is expected to bring about 3,000 people to the city.

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