Two Prince George Youth Soccer Association all-star teams are on their way to provincials while two other teams are moving on to their next zone match ups.
The Prince George Whirlpool Ice U-16 team dominate their competition in Terrace scoring nine times while holding their opponents to one.
Ice coach Larry Joneson said he was worried while heading to the game because the Ice had been waiting for their first win of the season in the PG Women’s Soccer League.
“We hadn’t won a game before we left town and I was a little apprehensive not knowing our opponents and how we would do.”
“The team really came together. It was a learning experience and the girls really worked really hard. They wanted to win and took it on the field,” said Joneson.
Joneson said goal keeper Courtney Thompson was stellar in the net.
“We finished undefeated and worked really quite well. She allowed one against Williams Lake,” said Joneson.
Nicole lead the way with scoring, picking up four goals.
The Canfor Red Ravens U-13 girls picked up two wins and a tie to earn their provincial berth. They beat Terrace 7-0 and Williams Lake 5-0 before tying Quesnel 1-1.
Ravens coach Frank Rossi said the teams defence played well over the weekend and was the key.
“It was excellent. We yielded one goal on the weekend which was fabulous. The girls played really well defensively and scored a lot of goals,” said Rossi.
The U-12 and U-13 boys will play in zone play downs this weekend to see if they move on.
The U-12 and U-17 girls were eliminated from provincials.