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Sault Youth Soccer Club and League
News 2014

   July 8, 2014. Sault team goes undefeated to capture the Kingston Ambassador Cup

March 31, 2014. SYSCL registration deadline extended


July 8, 2014. Sault team goes undefeated to capture the Kingston Ambassador Cup (by Paul Nanne, team parent)
The Sault Civics Shock U14 Girls Red celebrated a record tournament this past weekend in Kingston, Ontario taking all games and earning the 2014 Kingston Ambassador Cup.
Not only did the team secure every win but goalkeeper, Emma Hendrie boasted a shutout weekend at the net.
In the first game against the Seaway Valley Blazers, Sault Civics Shock U14 Girls Red kicked off the winning streak with a 3-0 victory. Two goals were earned by Makenzi Chartrand and a final goal was secured by Laura Rosso.
The second game against the Rockwood FC would see single goals taken by Emily Scarpino and Makenzi Chartrand for the 2-0 win.
Continuing on a championship run would see the team secure a spot in the semi-finals with a victory win against Smith Falls United in the third match. In this round robin game, Jadyn Deschene and Karlee Richer earned single goals for the final 2-0 score.
In the semi-finals match against the Cataraqui Clippers, Makenzi Chartrand scored a single for the Shock and Karlee Richer landed a single in a penalty shot to safely advance the team to the finals.
In the final game, the Sault Shock rallied once again the Seaway Valley Blazers in a much more competitive match. After a 0-0 tie at halftime, with only a couple of minutes left in the game, Makenzi Chartrand takes the lone goal to secure the Championship title for the team.
“I can’t express how proud we are of the girls. The team did exceptionally well this tournament, not only taking the title but really showing off how well they work as a team and how much their skills are advancing. Every goal they earned was a team effort and each player should be proud of their role in this tournament and on the team. We anticipate the same quality performance from our team in our upcoming tournament in Brantford in early August. Until then, the team will continue to practice hard with that future title in mind”, says Coach Alison Bodnar.
Other team players include: Tiffany Davies, Sabrina Duckstein, Kara Gruyters, Taryn Gazankas, Julia Howe, Jessica Howe, Olivia Orazietti, Jenna Nanne, Sydney Pigeon, Destinee Pine, Nicole Pulente and Emily Weir. Coaching staff for the team is comprised of Coach Alison Bodnar, Assistant Coach Daniel Scarpino, and Team Manager Allyson Pulente. Fitness training provided by Ryan Mitchell (RAM Fitness and Cycling Studio).
About the Team
Sault Civics Girls 2000 is a competitive team for girls ages 14 and under. The "Civics" program is designed for players wishing to develop their skills at a more competitive level. This team represents Sault Ste. Marie in their age division in various tournaments both in Canada and the United States. The team has played together since October of 2010.
For further information about the team visit http://pgnjkn.wix.com/shock.


March 31, 2014. SYSCL registration deadline extended (from The Sault Youth SC Executive)
The Sault Youth SC has extended registration deadline for recreational (house league) and grassroots (mini-soccer) players until April 14, 2014. Late registration fee is waived during this period.



Created by: Michael Ter-Mikaelian -- Last updated:Jul 13, 2014