Strikers U12 boys dominate at Pend Oreille Cup

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  • Strikers U12 boys dominate at Pend Oreille Cup Carson Cretol, above right, and goalie Kai Longanecker, right, helped the Strikers U12 boys go undefeated en route to the championship last weekend at the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. The Strikers dominated the action, outscoring the opposition 14-0, with a staunch defense keeping clean sheets from start to finish, including a 1-0 win over an elite team from Washington (Surf). Wyatt Fournier scored the winning goal with about 10 minutes left in regulation in the final. Other highlights included Isaac Schmit netting a hat trick, Callahan Waters scoring four goals in the tourney and Caiden Gion dishing out three assists. “We went 200 minutes without a single goal being scored on us,” said coach Jameson Longanecker. “Our defensive line and goalie were phenomenal. Our midfield and offense were also clicking on all cylinders.” (Courtesy photo)

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  • Strikers U12 boys dominate at Pend Oreille Cup Carson Cretol, above right, and goalie Kai Longanecker, right, helped the Strikers U12 boys go undefeated en route to the championship last weekend at the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. The Strikers dominated the action, outscoring the opposition 14-0, with a staunch defense keeping clean sheets from start to finish, including a 1-0 win over an elite team from Washington (Surf). Wyatt Fournier scored the winning goal with about 10 minutes left in regulation in the final. Other highlights included Isaac Schmit netting a hat trick, Callahan Waters scoring four goals in the tourney and Caiden Gion dishing out three assists. “We went 200 minutes without a single goal being scored on us,” said coach Jameson Longanecker. “Our defensive line and goalie were phenomenal. Our midfield and offense were also clicking on all cylinders.” (Courtesy photo)

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