Indoor Soccer Teams Move On To Provincial Championships

By Jay Shewfelt

(TORONTO, ON) – The St Clair Saints varsity indoor soccer teams were in Toronto to take part in the OCAA Regionals at the Ontario Soccer Centre.

The St Clair men ended up going 3-0 to win their pool and advance to the OCAA Championships.

St Clair started off the day by defeating the defending OCAA Champion Humber Hawks by a score of 3-0. In their next match the Saints took down the University of Toronto Mississauga 2-1. And, in their final match of the day, St Clair easily beat St Lawrence Cornwall 4-1.

The St Clair women went 3-1 in their pool, to finish in 2nd place, and also advanced to the Championships.

The Saints got off to a great start by defeating George Brown 5-1. In their second match, St Clair dropped a tight game to Georgian by a score of 2-1. St Clair then bounced back to take down Lakehead University Orillia by a score of 13-0. The women then wrapped things up by beating St Lawrence Cornwall 9-0.

The Championships are being hosted by Redeemer University in Ancaster on March 18 and 19. The event features the top eight teams from across Ontario.

The St Clair women are the defending OCAA Gold Medalists.


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