The U12 Nelson Selects (1) Girls after their successful weekend at the Terry Walgren Memorial Tournament.

Nelson Selects U12 Girls (1) team solid in jamboree

The Nelson Selects (1) U12 Girls squad came away with two wins and a tie this past Sunday at the one-day jamboree

The Nelson Selects (1) U12 Girls squad came away with two wins and a tie this past Sunday at the one-day jamboree that was part of the annual Terry Walgren Memorial Tournament at Lakeside pitch.

In Sunday’s first game against the Kootenay South Storm, the Nelson side tied 2-2 with Michaela Anderson and Alexandra Pompu as standouts in defense and central defense. Sophie Borhi scored both goals for Nelson.

In the team’s second game, Nelson defeated the East Kootenay Rovers 4-0. All players played well with Teigan Barnhart, Ashley Capornero, Ruby Linnen and Sophie Borhi scoring for the Selects. Sophie Edney held firm in goal with Alexis Dyck playing well in defense.

The last game of the jamboree was an 8-0 win against the U11 Cranbrook team. Anderson, Borhi, Gretchen Lewandowski, Farrah Marzicola and Rylee Zondervan scored for Nelson.

This was the first rep jamboree for half of the team and it was a great experience and a lot of fun for everyone.

 

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