RDC Kings and Queens fall to Olds College Broncos

The RDC Kings and Queens struggled on the road against the Olds College Broncos.

In Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference play, RDC suffered losses in both men’s and women’s soccer action.

The Queens fell 8-1, with Bailey Richarde scoring the only goal. Felicia Rodney scored seven of eight goals for the Broncos, with Katharina Oeltermann adding the other.

The Kings also dropped a 5-2 decision to the Broncos.

Olds got four straight goals to open the game. Oli Abera, Fabian Gromenida, Luiz Guimaraes and Nigel Stebanuk had goals for the Broncos. Pedro Humberto Mourao Neto scored twice for RDC.

Both the Kings and Queens take on the SAIT Trojans on Oct. 16 and are back home to finish the ACAC season on Oct. 19 and 20.

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