Coyotes defeat Charlottetown Rural in semifinal
ABRAM-VILLAGE – The Evangeline Coyotes will play for the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Senior A Boys Soccer League championship on Saturday.
The No. 1-seeded Coyotes advanced to the final with a 4-1 semifinal victory over the fourth-seeded Charlottetown Rural Raiders on Wednesday afternoon.
The Coyotes will take on the No. 2-ranked Souris Spartans, who topped the third-seeded Kensington Torchmen 5-1 in the other semifinal.
In senior A girls, the top-ranked Colonel Gray Colonels edged the Montague Vikings 4-3 in one semifinal, and third-seeded Charlottetown Rural blanked the second-seeded Kinkora Blazers 3-0.
Following is a look at each game:
Evangeline 4 Charlottetown Rural 1
At Evangeline School, Josh Niyonkuru scored twice to lead the Coyotes, who received single goals from Joel Arsenault and Brandon Arsenault.
Dane Godfrey answered for the Raiders.
Evangeline led 2-1 at halftime.
Souris 4 Kensington 1
In Souris, the hometown Spartans led 2-1 at the half and put the game out of reach with three unanswered second-half goals.
Cole Carpenter (2), Thomas Bruce and Colby Mooney scored for the Spartans.
Jake Reynolds answered for the Torchmen.
Colonel Gray 2 Montague 0
At Colonel Gray in Charlottetown, Colonel Gray pulled out a wild 4-3 victory after taking a 2-0 lead into halftime.
Victoria Barbour’s second goal of the game lifted the Colonels to victory. Kendra Craswell and Jasmine Frizzell added singles.
Allie Boyle, Sarah MacVarish and Alisha MacDonald replied for Montague.
Charlottetown Rural 3 Kinkora 0
In Kinkora, Charlottetown Rural shut down the hometown Blazers’ offence.
The scoring statistics are not available.