Lunachicks blank Brakers

Chilliwack Lunachicks, Vancouver Breakers, women's soccer

Three goals by Cara Brendzy carried Chilliwack’s Lunachicks past the Vancouver Breakers 4-0 Sunday.

The women’s soccer squad played in cold and windy conditions, getting their first goal with three minutes remaining in the first half. Brendzy took a drop pass from Andrea Northcott and blasted a 20 yard shot into the Vancouver net.

Just before halftime, Brendzy set up Northcott to put the Lunachicks up 2-0.

Michelle Julian set up Brendzy for her second strike 11 minutes into the second half, and Trudy Hall set up Brendzy’s third at the 39 minute mark.

Lisa Hiemstra recorded the shutout in goal.

The Lunachicks are on the road Friday, travelling to Langley.

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