KYSA round-up to May 27, 2018

Two for Trotta

Ava Trotta set the tone with two first-half goals and the under-13 Kamloops Blaze Blue girls doubled hometown Revelstoke 4-2 on Sunday.

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Emily Piroddi and Lolita Persad also bulged the old onion bag for Kamloops, which went with Grace McDonald between the pipes.

The Blaze, who have four wins, four losses and one tie on the TOYSL campaign, will square off against Blaze Orange on Sunday on McArthur Island.

Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. for the all-Kamloops grudge match.

Undefeated weekend

The under-16 Kamloops Blaze Blue girls posted a win and a tie in Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League play on the weekend.

Kamloops (4-2) earned a 2-1 victory overunder-17 Shuswap in Salmon Arm on Saturday and tied 2-2 with under-16 Kelowna in the Tournament Capital on Sunday.

Emily Hinds (2), Jordyn Lodermeier and Daisy Dalke had goals for the Blaze, who went with Sadie Moyer in goal on Saturday and Kila Pigeon between the pipes on Sunday.

Sound trouncing

Aaron Okano had two goals for the under-13 Kamloops Blaze Orange boys in a 5-0 victory over hometown Kelowna United on Sunday.

Brett Vandepeear Dominick Allen-Hallet and Luca Fattor also had goals for the Blaze, who went with Evan Leggett in goal.

No blood

The under-13 Kamloops Blaze Blue boys tied 2-2 with Vernon in the Tournament Capital on Sunday.

Tano Torchia and Riley McClymont scored for Kamloops in support of goalkeeper Jaxson Haywood.

Offensive explosion

Goals came early and often for the under-14 Kamloops Blaze White girls on the weekend.

The Blaze cruised to a 5-0 win over the Penticton Pinnacles in Kamloops on Saturday and earned a 4-0 victory over Kelowna in the Tournament Capital on Sunday.

Recording goals on the weekend for the Blaze were Anika-lea Fraser (3), Kate Rattee (3), Maya Saharchuk, Emma Shibata and Anika Black.

Leah Turner was between the pipes for Kamloops (6-1-1) in both games. Talyn Lormier cleared a ball off the goal line to preserve Turner’s clean sheet on Sunday.

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