The Yorkton United FC U13 Girls began the indoor 2018/19 soccer season with a warm up Division 2 tournament in Regina Dec 7-9. The United girls won all three games with three shut out victories, but unfortunately because of the tournament draw, they did not advance to the Final.
They then played 4 exhibition games against two different Queen City Regina teams and ended up with three wins and 1 tie in these 4 games (Scoring for United were Sophie Smith with 4 goals, Angela Fetsch with 4 goals, Kyra Pelly with 2 and singles for Mischa Chernoff, Sara Switzer, Uju Agomuoh, and Addisyn Jakubiec
The tournament schedule then began in full swing for the girls
At the Jan 18 - 20 Premier Tournament Sisco in Saskatoon the team:
Tied Eastside 0 to 0
Won 2 to 0 vs Prince Albert Celtic, Sophie Smith with both goals
Won 4 to 1 vs Grand Prairie, Sophie Smith with 2, and Angela Fetsch and Kyra Pelly with singles
The goaltender with both shut outs was Mila Kicenko.
The team advanced to the semi-final against Calgary where they lost 1 to 0. This is the only game the United girls lost all season.
At the January 25 - 27 Winterfest tournament in Regina, the U13 girls won gold.
The team had four tournament wins and one tie. Those games were 6 to 0 vs FCR Regina, 2 to 2 vs Queen City, 2 to 0 vs Minnedosa, 6 to 0 vs Lakewood Saskatoon, and a 3 to 1 victory vs Queen City in the final to capture gold. Goal scorers were Addisyn Jakubiec (6), Sophie Smith (7), Uju Agomuoh (5), Carlene Mackay (1).
At the February 15 - 18 SUSC tournament in Saskatoon, the U13 girls won gold again.
The team’s record was tournament wins and one tie. The games were 1 to 0 vs Border Creek, tie 1 to 1 Edmonton, 7 to 1 Prince Albert Celtic, and in the Final 4 to 0 vs Saskatoon Aurora. Goal scorers at this tournament were Addisyn Jakubiec (5), Sophie Smith (2), Mila Kicenko (2), Angela Fetsch (3) , Lily Johnson (1)
Shut outs were by Mila Kicenko and Paige Remezoff.
At the end of the season, the team had a total of 15 wins, 4 ties, and 1 loss.
The team is eager to prepare for the PSL season this summer.