United girls bring home silver medals

The Yorkton United U18/16 Girls soccer participated in the Regina QCT Challenge Cup June 10-12.  

The first game of the round robin was against Swift Current Untied U16 with Yorkton winning 4-1.  

Cassie Abel-Douglas led the scoring with two-goals, with Kendra Varjassy and Leia Zulyniak adding a goal and assist each.  

The second game of the tournament was against Moose Jaw Excelior which saw the Yorkton squad come away with dominant 3-0 victory.  

Ashley Schrader picked up the shutout, with Kendra Varjassy leading the offense with two-goals and one-assist, with Marissa Chartier adding a goal and Breanne Gelowitz and Sarah Novakowski adding an assist each.  

The next game was against Swift Current U18 and the teams battled to 1-1 draw.  

Kendra Varjassy scored the lone goal with Darrian Desjarlais picking up an assist.  

The final round robin game was against Weyburn.  Once again the Yorkton squad came away with a 3-0 victory.

Kendra Varjassy had two-goals with Cassie Abel-Douglas adding a goal.  

Leia Zulyniak, Roma Zulyniak and Paige Novakowski all chipped in with an assist.  

Ashley Schrader picked up her second shutout of the tournament.  

This left a gold medal showdown with Swift Current U18.  

This game saw Swift Current come away with a 4-0 victory.  

It was a great weekend of soccer with the girls claiming a well-earned silver medal.

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