Outdoor soccer season winds up…

With fall just beginning, Terrace Minor Soccer season has ended once again and this year saw tight final match-ups across the league.

  • Sep. 24, 2012 11:00 a.m.

The Golder Associates took the top spot in the U11/12 boys final match.

With fall just beginning, Terrace Minor Soccer season has ended once again and this year saw tight final match-ups across the league.

On Sept. 13, the U12 boys final game between Golder Associates and Kinsmen was a hard-fought game.

“Both sides played great and couldn’t have asked for a better playoff game,” said coach John Cabral.

Kinsmen took the lead early on and was up 2-0, but Golder Associates didn’t give up, pushing back to tie the game at 2. Both sides saw a lot of chances.

“It was a nail-biter,” said Cabral.

Golder keeper Billy Milligan made the game save in the last couple of minutes to push it to penalty kicks, where his team clinched the win.

“It was a spectacular ending to a great fought game between both sides,” said Cabral.

Elsewhere in the league, the U14 girls Green team beat the Silver team 2-1 in a closely contested final game.

While the U14 boys Dairy Queen team beat Rona 7-4, despite being tied halfway through the second half thanks in part to goals by Gage Kluss, Kyler Braid and Evan Veldman on DQ. Austin Price was one of the scorers for Rona.

McElhanney shut out team Green 1-0 in penalty kicks for the U12 girls final.

And Walmart beat Graydon Security after being down 3-0 early.

The team came back from the brink to win 4-3, with three of those goals coming from Bryton Gaudet who rose to the occasion and didn’t give up trying to net a win.

And finally, in the U10 girls final match Thornhill Meat Market won 1-0 over Light Blue on Sept. 10.

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