Wilson wins bronze medal at OFSAA 'AA' championships
By Fred Sherwin
Cairine Wilson Wildcats won the first OFSAA soccer medal
in school history on Saturday, downing St. Mary's High
School from Kitchener 1-0 to capture the bronze medal
at the provincial AA championships in Collingwood.
Lundin scored the lone goal of the game for the Wildcats
off a feed from Megan Foy. Keeper Kelly Brazeau was credited
with her third shutout of the tournament.
Wildcats got off to a good start at the tournament, winning
their first two games 2-1 and 4-0. After tying their third
game, they won their final round robin game to make it
into the playoffs.
Lundin scored on a pair of well-placed penalty kicks in
the first round robin game. In the second round robin
game Megan Foy was the hero with the hat trick, while
Dakota Chamberlain added the fourth marker. Foy scored
again in the third game along with Morgin Lundin. And
Jordan scored the only goal in the quarterfinal.
only loss of the season came against Belle River in the
semi-finals. The Windsor-area school dropped down to the
AA level this year because of dwindling enrollment.
been an amazing year for the Wildcats who started the
spring campaign with a once in a lifetime trip to England.
After their return they went 5-0-1 in the regular season
with the lone tie coming in their season opener against
St. Pius. They would go on to win the city championship
under the tutelage of head coach Stuart Barbour and assistant
coach Pilhar Khoury.
Lundin, Meghan Bryson, Kelly Brazeau, Megan McWilliams,
Lauren Firkins and Renee Bigelow are all graduating this
year, with Lundin heading off to Radford University in
Virginia on a full scholarship.
The Cairine Wilson Wildcats recently returned
from Collingwood, Ontario where they won a
bronze medal at the OFSAA provincial AA soccer
championships. Team roster: Jordan Lundin,
Kelly Brazeau, Morgan Lundin, Meghan Bryson,
Lauren Firkins, Renee Bigelow, Megan McWilliams,
Megan Foy, Senna Koggel, Roshnee Mitchell,
Dakota Chamberlain, Kelsey McKay, Sydney Anthony,
Tara McWilliams, Jessi Anderson, Hilary Alexander,
Hailey Bell, Anna Strieb, and Sydney Switzer.
Head coach Stuart Barbour. Ass't Coach Pilhar
6 a.m., June 10)
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