RDC Kings and Queens soccer win at Ambrose

It was a successful trip to Calgary for the RDC Kings and Queens.

Saturday, both RDC soccer teams picked up shutout victories over the Ambrose University Lions in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference play.

The Queens earned a 3-0 win over the Lions, with second-year forward Alisha Coules scoring twice in the first half and second-year Bailey Richarde adding a marker in the 72nd minute.

Second-year goalkeeper Alethea Riemer of Trail, B.C., earned her second shutout of the season. The win improved the Queens record to 2-3 on the season.

The Kings picked up a big 5-0 win over the Lions.

Second-year midfielder Pedro Humberto Mourao Neto opened the scoring in the 18th minute and Dagan Slimmon cashed in during the 29th minute. Early in the second half, second-year striker Gabriel Queiroz notched a pair of goals to extend the Kings’ lead. In the 68th minute, rookie Hayden Jacobs notched his first career ACAC goal.

Lacombe’s Jacob Hamilton picked up his second shutout of the season in the Kings’ net.

With the win, the Kings are now 3-1-1 on the year.

The Kings are Queens are on the road at SAIT next Saturday, before hosting the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings on Sunday.



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