Juan de Fuca soccer men see mixed results

One game scheduled for home field in Colwood on Sunday

The Juan de Fuca Div. 3B men’s soccer team enjoyed an offensive outburst on the road last weekend in Vancouver Island Soccer League play, trouncing Nanaimo United FC 9-0.

Aaron Burnell and Brent Cameron each scored three times in the win, while Dane Schoor had a pair and Christian Hauff one goal. Chris O’Hara picked up the shutout in goal for Juan de Fuca.

The West Shore team (2-0) has the bye this weekend, then hosts Prospect Lake Capital City on Oct. 11 on the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre field.

SPL Bigwheels 1 JdF 4A 0

In Div. 4 play Sunday, Juan de Fuca 4A lost a narrow 1-0 decision to SPL Bigwheels at the Blanshard Field to fall to 0-2 on the season. Goalkeeper Ben Furtado blanked JdF on the day.

This Sunday at 2:15 p.m. JdF 4A hosts Castaways Invicta 4A at Juan de Fuca field.

Gorge FC U21s 3  JdF U21s 2

Also last Sunday, the Juan de Fuca under-21 side lost 3-2 to the Gorge FC U21s on the turf at Hampton Park. Shane Henning scored in the loss, while an own goal provided JdF’s other goal.

The West Shore U21s travel to Ladysmith this Sunday for a match against Mid-Isle Mariners FC.

editor@goldstreamgazette.com

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