Windsor Plywood’s Carrie Kerley (left) streaks down the floor as RE/MAX’s Gina Alexander looks to take the ball away during the ladies’ competitive final.

Windsor Plywood’s Carrie Kerley (left) streaks down the floor as RE/MAX’s Gina Alexander looks to take the ball away during the ladies’ competitive final.

Windsor, Dog Creek crowned champs

Four of the best ladies indoor soccer teams in the city squared off Sunday as the finals for both the competitive and recreational Williams Lake Ladies Soccer leagues were played at Williams Lake secondary.

Four of the best ladies indoor soccer teams in the city squared off Sunday as the finals for both the competitive and recreational Williams Lake Ladies Soccer leagues were played at  Williams Lake secondary.

On the competitive side, Windsor Plywood faced off against RE/MAX. And, in the recreational final, it was Dog Creek taking on Alkali.

In the competitive league final Lindsay Thiessen scored three times and Ashley Stewart added another en route to a 4-1 victory over RE/MAX.

MVP in the match went to Carrie Kerley and best defensive effort went to Ashley Callander. Most offensive player was awarded to Thiessen for her three-goal effort.

Following the competitive final, Dog Creek and Alkali took the floor.

There, Dog Creek’s Rebecca Rosette notched a hat trick and Heather Camille and Christine Dixon each added singles to win the title 5-4 in overtime.

Scoring two goals each for Alkali were Nicole Sampson and Andrea Paul.

Following the season — which began in October — teams were seeded based on points from wins.

The top four teams in both the competitive and recreational leagues then faced off in semi-final matchups on April 15.

In advancing to the competitive final RE/MAX downed United Carpet 3-2, with RE/MAX’s Nara Riplinger scoring all three times. Meanwhile, Windsor knocked off Beamac with goals from Thiessen (4), Lynn-Anne Cheverie, Stewart and Kerley.

On the recreational side Dog Creek defeated Thiessens Dental 2-1 with goals from Rosette and Dixon, while Alkali eliminated Fit City, 4-2, with Linda Haig-Brown (2) and Paul (2) each contributing offense.

The Williams Lake Ladies Soccer League is now preparing for its upcoming outdoor season. Early registration is available up until April 30 and is $90.

After April 30 registration goes up to $110.

For more information or to register contact Niki Siddall at 250-305-4654 or e-mail nikisiddall@yahoo.ca.

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