Super Y Finals - BC Day Two Report

Three Mountain WFC teams moved a step closer to the USL Super Y-League North American semifinals after claiming results on Saturday. In fact, four Vancouver Whitecaps FC and BCSA affiliate teams remain in the hunt for the semis, with Mountain's U-14 and U-16 Boys sides recording a second-straight victories on Day Two of the finals in Florida. Coastal and Mountain U-16 Girls are also in the hunt for the semis after claiming Saturday results, while Abbotsford Mariners U-14 Boys are also in with a chance of a semifinal berth after winning on the second day of finals action. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the remainder of British Columbia's representatives at the finals, as Saturday proved a challenge for several of the participating teams in Florida. Click here to view our Super Y-League Finals match centre. Click here for our Day One report. COASTAL WFC U-13 Girls 0-3 Schulz Academy It was another tough day for Coastal, as they succumbed to their second straight defeat – this time a 3-0 reverse versus Florida's Schulz Academy. U-14 Girls 0-1 Alliance Academy Coastal's second match in the finals also ended in defeat on Saturday, as Michigan's Alliance Academy edged a one-goal victory. U-15 Girls 0-2 Ottawa Fury In a battle of two Canadian clubs, Coastal were on the wrong end of a 2-0 defeat versus Ottawa Fury. U-16 Girls 1-1 Triangle FC Just like their first match on Friday, Coastal had to settle for a second-straight 1-1 draw, with the second stalemate coming against North Carolina's Triangle FC. MOUNTAIN WFC U-13 Boys 0-1 HC United Mountain were unable to build on Friday's win, as Tampa, Florida's HC United edged a one-goal contest. U-14 Boys 1-0 Chicago Magic Midfielder Matthew Callow scored the winner, as Mountain made it two wins out of two with a 1-0 result over Chicago Magic. U-15 Boys 1-2 HC United A disappointing day for Mountain. Despite a goal by midfielder Chris Barran, HC United claimed a 2-1 victory. U-16 Boys 3-0 Schulz Academy Mountain continue to role on in the finals, as they disposed of Florida's Schulz Academy to record their second win in as many days. Alex Yoon scored twice, while Paul Piche struck a third goal. U-16 Girls 4-0 FC Fredericksburg After drawing on Friday, two goals by Dayna Niesmith led Mountain to a convincing 4-0 win over Virginia's FC Fredericksburg. Lauren Hendricks and Amy Lawrence were also on the scoresheet on Saturday. SURREY WFC U-14 Boys 0-0 Black Watch SC It was another day of stalemate for Surrey WFC, as they had to settle for a goalless draw with Black Watch SC from New York State. ABBOTSFORD MARINERS U-14 Boys 1-0 South Jersey Barons Abbotsford built on Friday's draw to defeat South Jersey Barons 1-0 in their second match at the finals. U-15 Boys 0-1 City Islanders Academy Another tough day for the Mariners, as Harrisburg City Islanders Academy from Pennsylvania edged a one-goal victory. U-16 Boys 1-1 South Jersey Barons It was more of the same for Abbotsford on Saturday, as they drew again in Florida - this time with South Jersey Barons.

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