Pinnacles FC girls team captures gold

PFC U18 girls team won gold during Peach City Classic

Maya Venkataraman of the Pinnacles U18 Excelsior girls shows off some fine ball control as she dodges an attack by Zoe Garadakis of Surrey Guildford United in the first place final of the 2015 Peach City Classic Sunday. The local girls won the match in a shootout

Maya Venkataraman of the Pinnacles U18 Excelsior girls shows off some fine ball control as she dodges an attack by Zoe Garadakis of Surrey Guildford United in the first place final of the 2015 Peach City Classic Sunday. The local girls won the match in a shootout

The Pinnacles Football Club hosted its 55-team Peach City Classic tournament on the weekend.

The under-17/18 girls team won gold in a penalty shoot-out on Sunday. The squad won three games and tied one, while scoring 11 goals and allowing five. Leading the U17/18 boys gold/silver division were the Canadian Eagles Football Club Lions. They won two games while tying another, but lost the final game 2-0 to OKM Valley Challenge.

In the U16 boys division, SFC United topped its division with three wins and a loss and took gold with a 3-2 win over Coastal FC, while the U15/16 girls division was led by PFC Excelsior who finished with three wins and a loss. They lost 2-1 to the Vancouver United Sharks. In the U15 boys division, Canadian Eagles Azaad was perfect in three games scoring 11 goals and allowing two. PFC Excelsior went 1-1-1. The Azaad took gold with a 3-2 win over the Canadian Eagles FC Lions.

In the U14 age group,  Surrey Elite topped the boys side with four wins. They scored 13 goals while not surrendering a goal. They took gold with a 1-0  win over the Temple United Cobras. The girls’ side was led by Westcoast FCAG Selects with three wins and one loss. Port Coquitlam Euro-Rite FC Venom, had the same record, but were in second because of goal-differential. Westcoast FCAG Selects defeated the Poco Rebels 4-0 for gold.

In U13, Surrey FC Thunder went 3-0 while scoring 12 goals to take the boy’s side. They shutout the Mission Lightning 4-0 to win gold. Winning the girls side were the Akal Football Club Outlaws 2-0 over the Coquitlam Metro Ford Trifecta.

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