Girls Prospects win first game in Idaho

Vancouver Whitecaps U-16 Girls Prospects defeated Boise Capitals U-16 side 6-2 in their opening game at the Idaho Invitational Challenge on Friday.Jesse Symons' side ran out to a 4-1 halftime lead in the late afternoon contest, with Karm Jawandah putting the Whitecaps in front after four minutes. Boise equalized a minute later before Katie Turney and Melissa Horahan made it 3-1 to Vancouver.Horahan scored her second goal on 32 minutes before Whitecaps goalkeeper Gurveen Clair preserved their three-goal lead with a penalty save on 37 minutes.Three minutes after halftime, Nicole Setterlund headed home Turney's free kick to make it 5-1 before Boise struck again on the hour mark.The Whitecaps completed a fine first win in the tournament when Taylor Shannik volleyed Turney's corner kick home for the 6-2 victory.The U-16 Girls will face Les Bois United U-16 side from Idaho and FC Willamette U-17's from Oregon on Saturday.Starting line-up v Boise Capitals U-16Gurveen Clair; Katherine Caverly, Sydney Morrison (Nikki Segovia 30'), Emily Fraser, Karm Jawandah (Maryse Reichgeld 40'); Jessa Joles (Nikki Ambrose 50'), Nicole Setterlund, Jaclyn Sawicki (Taylor Shannik 50'), Melissa Horahan (Emily Yamaguchi '50); Jenny Dunn (Tejvir Malhi 60'); Katie Turney