Slurpee Cup has lots of winners

The Daily News Weekly Minor Soccer Roundup


The Blaze Orange side placed fourth at the Slurpee Cup.

Keilin Gorman, with two, Breckin Erichuk and Curtis Armstrong scored for the Blaze, which split its goaltending duties among Spencer Ledoux, Evan Crowe and Angus McQuillan-Gordon.


The Blaze Blue side won the Slurpee Cup, going 4-0-0 in the process.

In its first game, the Blaze defeated the Magnuson Ford Mariners, 5-0, on goals from Seiji Brown, game MVP Tak Cox, Reid Jansen, Levi Charlton and Tyson Gayfer.

In Game 2, the Blaze got goals from Gayfer and Nathan Strank in beating the Mid Island Soccer Club, 2-0. Kolton Storzuk was the game MVP.

The Blaze then got two goals from Storzuk, the game MVP, and beat the Terrace Kermodes, 3-0. Nikolas Mondor also scored.

In the final game, the Blaze dropped Richmond United, 3-1, in a battle of teams that were 3-0-0. Cox, the game MVP scored twice, with a single coming from Gayfer.

Josh Bymoen and Alex Bepple shared goaltending duties.



The Blaze Orange wasn't able to buy a goal as it went scoreless through four games at the Slurpee Cup.

In its first game, the Blaze lost 2-0 to Vernon. Stephanie Mosley was the MVP.

The Blaze then fell 2-0 to the Renegades with Mattie Sucheski, who shared goaltending with Rheane Holling throughout the tournament, the MVP.

In its third game, the Blaze fell 2-0 to Calgary, with Keyanna Ruddell the MVP.

The Blaze closed out the tournament by playing to a scoreless draw with Penticton. Athena Louvros was the MVP.


A 1-0 victory over the Calgary Rangers gave the Blaze Tier 1 girls the Slurpee Cup title.

Ryallie Jorgensen scored the game's only goal.

In Group A, the Blaze opened with a 4-2 victory over the Magnuson Ford Mariners. Kate Cartwright, with two, Lauren Walkley and Calli Lawrence had the Blaze goals.

In Game 2, the Blaze got goals from Danielle Loring and Avery Gilbert and beat the West Vancouver Rangers, 2-0. Sienna Lee and Kassidy Sherwood shared the shutout.

The Blaze then beat the Penticton Pinnacles, 5-0. Tyra Noble, Jorgensen, Emma Lizee, Danica Hussey and Lawrence had the goals.



The Blaze won gold at the Slurpee Cup.

The Blaze opened with a 3-0 victory over Abbotsford on goals from Keenen Degen, Hannah Marra and Brooke Bazian.

In its second game, the Blaze doubled Penticton, 4-2. Sasha Sirianni scored twice, with Hannah McDonald and Bazian adding singles.

In its third game, Kamoops beat Langley, 5-0, with McDonald scoring twice and Marra, Degen and Emerson Hansen adding one each.

That put the Blaze into the gold medal game where, despite injuries having left it with just one substitution, it beat Vernon United, 1-0. Cassie Morris scored the game's only goal.

Brenna Worsfold was in goal for all the Blaze games, as she and her defence put up three shutouts.



The Blaze White won its division at the Slurpee Cup, beating Nelson 4-0 in Monday's final.

Stuart Klenner, with two, Joe Gysel and Brent Robertson had the goals, while Keaton Dell earned the shutout. Defender Nolan Baron was named the team's MVP.



The Blaze went undefeated to win the Tier 1 Division at the Slurpee Cup on the weekend.

Kamloops beat the Calgary Valley Riptide 2-0 in its first game, behind goals by Dimitri Louvros and Jacob Henderson.Samad Twemlow-Carter was the game MVP.

In Game 2, the Blaze beat the Calgary Chinook West Inter, 7-0. Jake Horvath, with two, Slater Gordon, Chris Read, Twemlow-Carter, Damon Brasseur-Connell and Geoff Hanks had the goals.Louvros was the game MVP.

Kamloops then got past the Prince George Kodiaks 3-2, with Read, Hanks and Henderson scoring.Goalkeeper Anthony Cave, the game MVP, made a tremendous save on a penalty kick in the last five seconds of the game to preserve the victory.

In the final game, the Blaze edged Richmond United, 1-0.Brasseur-Connell accounted for the game's only goal, while Hanks was the game MVP.



The Blaze won gold at the Slurpee Cup on the weekend.

The Blaze opened with a 3-1 victory over the European Football School, with the goals coming from game MVP Tukker Tomlin, Cody Campbell and Kailum Nicolson.

In its second game, the Blaze and North Island Riptide played to a scoreless draw. Dawson Barclay was the game MVP.

The Blaze then dumped Edmonton Southwest United, 4-0, on goals by Barclay, Campbell, Tomas Goddard and Jason Hothi. Jeff Tulliani was the game MVP.

The Blaze lost its last game, 2-0, to the Port Moody AC Selects. Nicolson was the game MVP.

Mathew Mackenzie was in goal for the Blaze for the entire tournament.



The Black Aces placed second in the U17 Tier Division of the Slurpee Cup.

The Kamloops side opened by playing to a 1-1 draw with Port Moody. Austin Pietramala scored for the Black Aces and Haris Djelmo was the game MVP.

Keegan Lawrence and Jordon Moore had two goals each in a 4-0 victory over Vancouver United. Djelmo was the game MVP.

In Game 3, Djelmo's goal gave the Black Aces a 1-0 victory over the Terrace Kermodes. John Luke Kieper was the game MVP.

In their final game, the Black Aces lost 1-0 to Vernon. Pietramala was the game MVP.



The Blaze White won gold in the Slurpee Cup, beating Vernon 4-0 in their final game.

The Blaze outscored the opposition 15-1 in front of goalkeepers Payton Robb and Hailey Trueit-Bonner.

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