Untouchables get touched for loss in indoor soccer



Blue Toque FC announced their arrival as indoor soccer league contenders with a 9-7 win over the previously undefeated Untouchaballs.

BLUE TOQUE e FC striker Emma Greene corrals a ball off the rush before slamming the shot post-and-in during a 9-7 win over the Untouchaballs. The teams have matching 4-1 records to lead the “A” Tier of the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club’s Indoor Soccer League.

BLUE TOQUE e FC striker Emma Greene corrals a ball off the rush before slamming the shot post-and-in during a 9-7 win over the Untouchaballs. The teams have matching 4-1 records to lead the “A” Tier of the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club’s Indoor Soccer League.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blue Toque FC announced their arrival as indoor soccer league contenders in a big way with a 9-7 win over the previously undefeated Untouchaballs last Thursday.

The win over the three-time co-ed indoor soccer champions of the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club left both teams knotted in the standings with 4-1 records and two games left to play before the playoffs.

Strong performances by Emma Greene and captain Alex Mackay were key to the victory for Blue Toque in a friendly rivalry that had typically been lopsided in their opponents’ favour in previous seasons.

Also in the mix at the top of the A Tier standings is Cona Hostel is Neato, which rebounded from an early 5-1 deficit to win 9-7 over Das Grun (1-4). The Red Card Heroes sit in fourth place after an 8-2 victory over Word of Mouth (1-5), while the Spartans and Shin Splints have identical 2-3 records coming off their bye week.

The B Tier is led by the undefeated Honey Badgers (5-0), who walloped Abusement Park (2-3) by a 7-1 count to stay alone at the top. The Thrifty Goal Diggers (4-1) stayed in second place with a 7-3 win over the Ball Busters (1-4), while Footloose (1-4) collected their first win of the season with a great team effort in a 6-4 victory over the Free Lions (2-3).

 

A new winter league of indoor soccer, as well as co-ed leagues in dodgeball, floor hockey, and volleyball starts up in January and individuals, small groups and teams can register online with the CVSSC at www.comoxvalleysports.ca. For more information, or to register, visit the website or contact Scott at 250-898-7286 or scott@comoxvalleysports.ca.

 

 

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