Results form Lower Island soccer’s District Cup finals

Prospect Lake boys win under-18 gold; Saanich Fusion girls win under-18 gold as LISA District Cup finals wrap up

Juan de Fuca under-14 player Sean Cullen

Juan de Fuca under-14 player Sean Cullen

District Cup results for Lower Island Soccer Association youth soccer teams, played March 31 and April 1.

Boys results

Game MVP’s at Lower Island Soccer Association.

U13 GOLD Juan de Fuca 3 Lakehill Red 1

U13 SILVER Peninsula Perdigao 1 Bays United Bobbleheads 0

U13 BRONZE Prospect Lake Lakers 1 Cowichan Valley Vikings 0

U14 GOLD Cowichan Valley Spartans 4 Lakehill 0

U14 SILVER Juan de Fuca 2 (PK) Gorge 1

U14 BRONZE Cow. Valley 7 Bays Utd. 1

U15 GOLD Peninsula 2 Juan de Fuca 1 (Silver champ)

U15 SILVER Cowichan Valley 6  Saanich Fusion Demigods 0

U16 GOLD Juan de Fuca 3 Bays United 2

U16 SILVER Juan de Fuca 5 (PK) Gorge 4

U17 GOLD Saanich Fusion Bandits 3 Bays United 2

U17 SILVER Salt Spring United 3 Peninsula F.C. 95 2 (PK)

U18 GOLD Prospect Lake Lakers 2 (Silver champ) Gorge F.C. 1

U18 SILVER Saanich Fusion 2 Cowican Valley 0

Girls results

U13 GOLD Juan de Fuca 3 Cowichan Valley Strikers 0

U13 SILVER Juan de Fuca 1 Lakehill 0

U13 BRONZE Juan de Fuca 3 Bays United 0

U14 GOLD Saanich Fusion 1 Salt Spring Golden Cleats 0 (Silver)

U14 SILVER Bays Utd. Impact 4 Juan de Fuca 1

U15 GOLD Juan de Fuca 1 Peninsula Lightning 0

U15 SILVER Lakehill 2 Cowichan Valley Cobras 0

U16 GOLD Peninsula Thunder 2 Lakehill Reds 0

U16 SILVER Cowichan Valley 2 Bays United 0

U17 SILVER Prospect Lake 3 Peninsula Predators 2

U18 GOLD Saanich Fusion F.C. 3 Bays United 2

U18 SILVER Lakehill 5 Cowichan Valley (U17 Silver) 1

 

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