MacKenzie Stevens (14) scored a hat trick to lead the Wildfire to a 5-0 victory over Ladysmith. Photo submitted

Wildfire U15s drop match to Powell River, dominate Ladysmith

Recently the U15 Wildfire girls’ select team played a few home games.

The first was against Powell River which was a very intense battle. With the majority of possession being earned and controlled by the Wildfire, Powell River were able to score two goals, in the first half which solidified their victory.

Although the Wildfire had numerous quality opportunities, including some goal posts, they were unable to get one by the solid goalkeeping of Powell River.

Last weekend saw the Wildfire playing Ladysmith at home and from start to finish, the Wildfire were in full control of the game. With outstanding defence and consistent quality scoring opportunities, the Wildfire won 5-0. Goals came from Elena Bonneau, Cassandra Campbell, and a hat-trick by MacKenzie Stevens.

–Team submission

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