United sends 11 teams to provincials

Kelowna rep soccer teams fare well in Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League playoffs

  • Jun. 23, 2016 10:00 a.m.

The Kelowna United U18 boys won the TOYSL playoff title Sunday in Penticton.

Kelowna’s rep soccer program will be well represented next month at the Provincial B Cup in both boys and girls competition.

Eleven Kelowna United teams have qualified for their respective provincial championships in West Vancouver (boys) and Penticton (girls).

United teams earned spots at the B Cup thanks to their performances last weekend at the Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League finals in Penticton.

Kelowna teams advancing, with coaches listed, are:

U13 boys—Jason Neale

U14 boys—Cam West

U16 boys—Dan Turner

U17 boys—David Lommer

U18 boys—Yann Calmets

U13 girls—Jill Lommer and Hank van de Leest

U14 girls—Mike Smith

U15 girls—Tom Crawford

U16 girls—Chris Vandemark

U18 girls—Mark Slade

The Provincial B Cup boys finals will be held July 7 to 10 in West Vancouver, while the girls playdowns will be held the same weekend in Penticton.

 

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