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.