Goal-happy Under 9 girls hit rough patch

Community Jul 28, 2010 Ancaster News

The normally goal happy Dundas girls Under 9 soccer team has been mired in a small scoring draught. A very disciplined Ancaster defence, shackled the Dundas strikers and prevailed 1-0 last Monday. Stella Oliver and Allyson Sober shut down a number of Ancaster attacks, while goaltender Julia Stavnitzky was dazzling.

Later in the week, the team travelled to Paris and was able to regain some of its scoring punch. Natasha Young and Abbey Maillet brought the team within a goal of tying the contest early in the second half, but Paris was were much sharper, finishing with a 6- 2 victory.

With just two games remaining in the season, the Dundas girls hope to improve on their 4- 4 record.

Goal-happy Under 9 girls hit rough patch

Community Jul 28, 2010 Ancaster News

The normally goal happy Dundas girls Under 9 soccer team has been mired in a small scoring draught. A very disciplined Ancaster defence, shackled the Dundas strikers and prevailed 1-0 last Monday. Stella Oliver and Allyson Sober shut down a number of Ancaster attacks, while goaltender Julia Stavnitzky was dazzling.

Later in the week, the team travelled to Paris and was able to regain some of its scoring punch. Natasha Young and Abbey Maillet brought the team within a goal of tying the contest early in the second half, but Paris was were much sharper, finishing with a 6- 2 victory.

With just two games remaining in the season, the Dundas girls hope to improve on their 4- 4 record.

Goal-happy Under 9 girls hit rough patch

Community Jul 28, 2010 Ancaster News

The normally goal happy Dundas girls Under 9 soccer team has been mired in a small scoring draught. A very disciplined Ancaster defence, shackled the Dundas strikers and prevailed 1-0 last Monday. Stella Oliver and Allyson Sober shut down a number of Ancaster attacks, while goaltender Julia Stavnitzky was dazzling.

Later in the week, the team travelled to Paris and was able to regain some of its scoring punch. Natasha Young and Abbey Maillet brought the team within a goal of tying the contest early in the second half, but Paris was were much sharper, finishing with a 6- 2 victory.

With just two games remaining in the season, the Dundas girls hope to improve on their 4- 4 record.