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Pair of academy teams win titles

July 16, 2013
Craig Remsburg - Journal Sports Staff (cremsburg@miningjournal.net) , The Mining Journal

By Journal Sports Staff

MARQUETTE - A pair of Marquette Soccer Academy teams captured titles at the recent 2013 Summer Shootout in Appleton, Wis.

The U-10 and U-12 girls teams each won their age brackets.

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The U-10 Marquette Soccer Academy girls team won its age group at the 2013 Summer Shootout in Appleton, Wis. (Submitted photo)

The U-10 squad swept its opponents, starting with a 5-2 win over MC United Cambray behind goals from Ella Lunseth, Allison Jette and Emilia Palomaki.

The trio scored all seven goals in a 7-3 triumph in Game 2 over the Appletom SC Academy and teammate Bella Anderson notched the winning goal in a 5-4 shootout in Marquette's third contest against HYSA United.

"The girls performed remarkably (well) ... despite missing some key players," coach Jack Curtin said. "All the girls played their parts."

The U-12 girls, meanwhile, went 3-1 to take their age bracket, defeating HYSA United, 5-1, and Everton FC, 3-0, before losing to the Blaine Shock, 3-0, in Game 3.

They then faced Blaine again in the final, taking a 2-0 victory behind goals by Lauren Kurzawa and Isabel Carr.

Clara Smith recorded the shutout in goal for the Academy.

"To turn around from a 3-0 loss to a 2-0 win shows what courage and talent they have as a group," Curtin said.

At the same tournament, the UPFA United U-12 boys went 2-1 to take second place.

They lost a 2-0 shootout in the final to MC United 12 Ely after ending regulation tied 1-1. Brendan LeClaire scored the team's regulation goal from 30 yards out.

On its way to the final, the local team defeated the SSA Red Bulls, 2-1, and the Keliix Intra Soccer Club, 6-0.

"It's always heartbreaking to lose in a PK (penalty kick) shootout," coach Chris Toolin said. "(But) the boys played some fantastic soccer at times over the course of the tournament ... ."

The U-9 boys also took second place with a 2-1 record, defeating the Appleton SC Academy Pumas, 7-4, and the MC United Lightning, 5-4.

They then lost the title game, 5-3, to the Keliix Intra Soccer Club. Marquette goals came from Jake Garrow, John Weber and Matthew Rowe.

"Considering many players were playing a year up, the boys did Marquette proud with several gutsy performances," Curtin said.

Information compiled by Senior Sports Writer Craig Remsburg. He can can be reached at 906-228-2500, ext. 251

 
 

 

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