Kelowna United's Erin Brown (right) controls the ball against Penticton

United soccer season in full swing

A look at some of the action for Kelowna's rep teams from last weekend

Kelowna United teams piled up their share of wins on the second weekend of the 2016 Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League season.

Here’s a look at how some Kelowna teams fared:

• U18 girls—The United girls officially opened their season with a split of two games, beating Kamloops 3-1 on Saturday in Rutland, then falling on 3-1 Sunday in Penticton to the Pinnacles.

• U16 girls—United defeated the Penticton Pinnacles on a goal by Alexis Percival.

• U15 boys—Kelowna shutout Vernon 6-0 in U15 Saturday in U15 boys action. Jagger Thomas paced the United attack with three goals and an assist, while Hunter Blucke notched a pair on set ups from James Wiebe.

• U14 girls—United defeated Penticton U14 on Sunday by a 3-1 score. Kaley Krivoshein tallied a goal and an assist in the win.

• U13 boys—Kamloops defeated Kelowna United 3-1.

• U12 girls—The Kelowna United Lightning defeated Shuswap U12 6-1 on Saturday, with Hinano Hennessey slotting two goals. On Sunday, Kelowna played to a 2-2 draw, as Shae Taylor scored for Lightning goals.

• U11 girls—The Kelowna United Strikers lost 4-2 to Vernon H, then bounced back for a 1-1 draw against the Kelowna Kickers.

• U11 boys—The Kelowna United Fire picked up a win and a draw, starting with a 6-0 win over Shuswap.

Pavan Punia opened the scoring and finished the game with two goals.

In the second game, the Fire played to a 1-1 tie with the KU W (Wight) team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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