Finals go to penalty kicks

The Bosnian-Canadians needed penalty kicks to do it, but they managed to edge out Vonway for the Red Deer Men’s Indoor Soccer League Tier I crown on Thursday night, after being tied at 3-3 through regulation.

Jared Brenamen of Vonway Homes

The Bosnian-Canadians needed penalty kicks to do it, but they managed to edge out Vonway for the Red Deer Men’s Indoor Soccer League Tier I crown on Thursday night, after being tied at 3-3 through regulation.

Pepyn Maas, Izudin Halilic and Frank Vanoostrom did the damage for the Bosnian-Canadians while Dave Fairbank, Nolan Hamilton and Jarred Brenamen replied for Vonway.

In the tier I consolation game the Rovers beat the Ferrus Green Hornets in penalty kicks as well, again with the score tied at th3-3 after regulation.

Steve Pritter was the shootout hero in the sixth round of kicks while Keegan Sheehan scored twice in regulation and Gaelan Lavery getting the other. Edin Bilalbegovic scored twice for the Green Hornets with Rene Vandervlis adding the other.

Cody Keays scored in the fourth round of penalty kicks to win the tier II championship for the Kindopps Old Boyz over the Condors after a 1-1 tie through regulation.

David Deal scored the Old Boyz regulation goal while Cody Keays scored for the Condors.

Blarney Stone North took the tier II consolation game with a 4-1 win over the Red Deer Rec. Royals.

Alex Zelada, Robin Welden, Hose Carpio and Omar Mejicano scored for Blarney Stone while Louis Porterfield tallied for the Royals.

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