The North Island girls U14 soccer team claimed the Coastal Cup championship last weekend in Victoria

U14 girls Storm to Coastal Cup title

Upper Island premier league soccer squad continues unbeaten run in 2016; provincials next

  • May. 12, 2016 11:00 a.m.

The Upper Island Storm U14 girls soccer team continued its impressive 2016 run by winning the Coastal Cup last weekend with a 3-1 win over West Coast Metro in the Cup finals in Aldergrove.

Qualicum Beach players Olivia Williams and Catalina Magana both play on the Nanaimo-based squad, which rolled to an unbeaten spring season in league play and which now boasts a 21-0 record.

The Storm outdueled a 14-team field in last week’s Coastal Cup, notching wins of 2-1 over Saanich/Prospect, 7-0 over the Delta Coastal Selects and 3-2 over the CMF Rebels to earn a spot in the final.

The Storm will wrap up the 2016 season at the B.C. Provincial Championships in July.

—NEWS Staff

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