Cariboo Youth Soccer League teams return victorious

The Williams Lake Storm tilted the scales convincingly into the win column May 26 in Prince George.

The Williams Lake Storm tilted the scales convincingly into the win column following a number of Cariboo Youth Soccer League matches May 26 in Prince George.

Williams Lake’s under-11, under-12, under-14 and under-16 boys and girls clubs combined to finish the weekend with 10 wins, three losses and three ties facing teams from Quesnel and Prince George.

The under-11 girls Storm tallied twice in its opener to beat one of two Prince George teams in the division, 2-1. Later in the afternoon the under-11s tied Quesnel’s under-11 team, 1-1.

Williams Lake’s under-12 girls team shutout the other Prince George team in the division, 5-0, before tying Prince George’s second squad, 0-0.

In its opener the under-11 boys Storm found the back of the Quesnel net 11 times to blank its northern rivals. The Storm went on to beat Prince George, 4-1, to finish the weekend with a perfect record.

The Storm’s under-12 boys lost 4-0 to Prince George’s first squad before downing Prince George 2, 4-2, later in the afternoon.

In the under-14 boys division Williams Lake tied one and lost one — 2-2 and 1-0, respectively — against two different Prince George teams.

The Storm’s under-14 girls — playing up a division — finished the weekend with a win and a loss. The Storm opened with a 2-1 win over Quesnel before falling 1-0 to Prince George.

On the under-16 girls side the Storm won both its games, 2-0 and 4-0, over Prince George.

Williams Lake’s under-16 boys squad dominated its weekend opponents winning 6-0 against Quesnel’s under-15 club first before allowing just one goal in a 6-1 win against Prince George.

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