U18 Girls Soccer Team goes 1-3 in Red Deer

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RED DEER, AB. – The Fort St. John Strikers U18 Girls Soccer Team was in action in Red Deer over the weekend.

The Girls kicked off the Tier 1 tournament with a 5-3 loss to the Sherwood Park Phoenix’s, Jamie McPherson and Claire Turner each chipped in with two points.

Game Two saw the girls lose in a shootout to the host Red Deer Renegades College Team, after ending regulation deadlocked at 2-2 with McPherson and Turner combining for both goals. The Strikers lost despite three goal scorers in the shootout.

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The team got their first win of the tournament in the third game versus the Red Deer Alanas after defeating them by the score 1-0. Turner scored the lone goal, assisted by McPherson. Keeper Abby Ryder with the shutout.

The final game had the girls suffer from a case of deja-vu as there clash with the Renegades ended in a shootout loss after regulation time ended tied at 3-3. Claire Turner scored the lone tally in the shootout. The loss dropped the team’s record to 1-3 and a fourth-place finish.

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