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PEISAA 2020 INTERMEDIATE SOCCER CHAMPIONS

October 30, 2020 by  
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Hernewood wins PEISAA Intermediate A Girls Soccer League championship

Premium contentJason Simmonds(jason.simmonds@journalpioneer.com)
Published: Oct 28 at 8:35 a.m.Updated: Oct 28 at 11:30 a.m.FacebookTwitterMore

The Hernewood Huskies won the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate A Girls Soccer League championship at the Terry Fox Sports Complex in Cornwall on Saturday. The Huskies picked up a 4-1 victory over the Kensington Torchettes in the gold-medal game. Members of the Huskies are, front row, from left: Alice MacKendrick, Maggie Gamble, Dani Noye, Kayla MacArthur, Lexi Cormier, Maria Dean and Kallie Adams. Back row, from left, are Janelle Perry (assistant coach), James Essery (assistant coach), Ashley Hardy, Kenley Noye, Savannah Perry, Jorja McLellan, Charli Augustine, Brooke Bootland, Katlyn MacKendrick, Katelyn Hardy and Lincoln Rix (head coach).
The Hernewood Huskies won the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate A Girls Soccer League championship at the Terry Fox Sports Complex in Cornwall on Saturday. The Huskies picked up a 4-1 victory over the Kensington Torchettes in the gold-medal game. Members of the Huskies are, front row, from left: Alice MacKendrick, Maggie Gamble, Dani Noye, Kayla MacArthur, Lexi Cormier, Maria Dean and Kallie Adams. Back row, from left, are Janelle Perry (assistant coach), James Essery (assistant coach), Ashley Hardy, Kenley Noye, Savannah Perry, Jorja McLellan, Charli Augustine, Brooke Bootland, Katlyn MacKendrick, Katelyn Hardy and Lincoln Rix (head coach). – Jason Simmonds/The Guardian

A ACORNWALL, P.E.I. — 

The Hernewood Huskies took control early and never looked back.

Savannah Perry, a Grade 9 middle striker, scored twice in the first 10 minutes to stake the Huskies to an early 2-0 lead en route to a 4-1 victory over the defending-champion and previously-undefeated Kensington Torchettes in the gold-medal game of the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate A Girls Soccer Le…To continue reading, subscribe to The Guardian.

Stonepark co-captains win third straight PEISAA intermediate AA school soccer championship

Premium contentJason Simmonds(jason.simmonds@journalpioneer.com)
Published: Oct 26 at 4 p.m.Updated: Oct 26 at 6:50 p.m.FacebookTwitterMore

The Stonepark Tigers defeated the Hernewood Huskies 2-0 in the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Boys Soccer League championship game at the Terry Fox Sports Complex Saturday in Cornwall. Members of the Tigers are, front row, from left, J'kobe Smith, Cam Davidson, Will Dunn, Mitchell Blanchard, Nathan Muttart, Nick Neitz, Andrew MacDonald and Sean Rooney. Second row, coach Lorne Acorn, Javis Smith, RJ Acorn, Ibrahim Abouassalli, Nathan Wheeler, Chase Bell, Ben Wohlgemut, Jon Fradsham, Nathan Wohlgemut, Alex Coady and coach Ian Fradsham.
The Stonepark Tigers defeated the Hernewood Huskies 2-0 in the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Boys Soccer League championship game at the Terry Fox Sports Complex Saturday in Cornwall. Members of the Tigers are, front row, from left, J’kobe Smith, Cam Davidson, Will Dunn, Mitchell Blanchard, Nathan Muttart, Nick Neitz, Andrew MacDonald and Sean Rooney. Second row, coach Lorne Acorn, Javis Smith, RJ Acorn, Ibrahim Abouassalli, Nathan Wheeler, Chase Bell, Ben Wohlgemut, Jon Fradsham, Nathan Wohlgemut, Alex Coady and coach Ian Fradsham. – Jason Simmonds The Guardian

A ACORNWALL, P.E.I. — 

Jon Fradsham and Chase Bell capped their P.E.I. School Athletic Association intermediate AA soccer careers in style.

The two Grade 9 centre-midfielders have hoisted the provincial championship banner in all three of their years at the Charlottetown-based school.

“My brother (Will) won a couple of times with Stonepark and I came the next year and we have won all three years,” said …To continue reading, subscribe to The Guardian.

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