Lunachicks still unbeaten

women's soccer

The Chilliwack Lunachicks raised their early-season record to 2–0 with a win over visiting Langley United on Sunday at the Tzeachten Sports Field.

The Lunachicks opened the scoring seven minutes into the game when Kelly Willmets took a centering pass from Michele Julian and popped a quick shot into the lower corner of the Langley net.

Willmets struck again 10 minutes later when she headed in a perfect Tamara Soeliner corner kick.

Chilliwack’s third goal came when Soeliner made a run down the wing and crossed a beauty to Andrea Feaver, who headed it past the Langley keeper at the 15 minute mark of the second half.

Langley United broke Chilliwack’s shutout  bid at the 28 minute mark, but Janelle Cavanaugh replied with the final goal of the match, volleying in another cross from Feaver.

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