United they stand

Chilliwack FC
Youth Soccer

Chilliwack’s U-11 United girls soccer squad went unbeaten at the 27th annual Chilliwack Youth Soccer tournament.

Carmen Bonnar, Grace Bisson, Katrina Brown and Katie Lampen scored and Paige Owens and Miranda Coombs provided stellar defence in a tournament opening 4-0 win over the Chilliwack Selects.

United won 3-1 against Williams Lake, with Lampen, Amber Feaver and Bisson leading the way.

United earned a 5-3 win over the Central City Breaker Bunnies, helped by the goaltending of Danielle Klassen and Katrina Brown and the defensive work of Kalista Kirkness and Madison Steele.

United met the Bunnies again in the gold medal match.  Deanna Tuchscherer, Bonnar and Lampen had goals in a 5-1 win.

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