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Monday, Aug. 20, 2018
2-0 is the score of the day
2018-05-10
by Randy Pascal

It was "Toonie Tuesday Time" for the St Charles College soccer teams at the James Jerome Sports Complex earlier this week.

With both the boys and girls teams competing in double-header action against the Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes, the Cardinals managed the clean sweep in a pair of games, winning both encounters by the identical score of 2-0.

The girls kicked things off, continuing the press after sitting in a scoreless tie at the half with CND. Emma Dionne was finally able to solve keeper Emma Lapointe, and Olivia Legendre added a late insurance tally, while Kira Moffat and Katie Pichette shared the shutout.

The St Charles boys did not wait nearly as long to take hold of their game, as Aristide Uwiduhaye jumped in to support the attack in the opening minutes, finishing things off with a well placed strike from 25 yards out.

Long-time GGSC (Greater Sudbury Soccer Club) talent Aidan Martel would double the advantage before the half, and Kam McCue came through with a pair of key second half saves to preserve his clean slate.

Both St Charles teams are in great shape with playoffs only a week away, both sporting unblemished records of 3-0-0. In other action on Tuesday, the Lively Hawks hot the win column for the first time, as Jaxcsen Cress and Austin Dumaine handled the offense and Kiel Cress turned everything away at the other end of the pitch, lifting their team to a 2-0 win over the Sacré-Coeur Griffons.

Apparently, 2-0 was the "score of the day" as the final game would see the Confederation Chargers upend the Lockerby Vikings by that count in junior boys action.

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