Renegades snag bronze

The Red Deer Renegades followed their provincial U18 girls’ indoor soccer championship with a bronze medal performance at the senior tier 1 indoor championships during the weekend.

CALGARY — The Red Deer Renegades followed their provincial U18 girls’ indoor soccer championship with a bronze medal performance at the senior tier 1 indoor championships during the weekend.

The Renegades downed the Edmonton Northwest United Premiers 3-2 in a shootout in the bronze medal game as Sidney Daines scored the winner and goaltender Jesse Stewart made the final save.

Terra Salmon and Steph Gooding scored for the Renegades in regulation.

The Renegades reached the bronze medal game with a 4-4 tie with the top Calgary Premier team, the Callies, and a 7-4 loss to the eventual gold medal winning Edmonton Drillers.

Salmon, Adi Moyer, Paula Dadensky and Kaitlin Darcy scored against the Callies with Laryssa Ubels, Salmon, Tasha Wright and Gooding connecting against the Drillers.

The Red Deer City team were also in the tier 1 playoffs, tying the Calgary Blizzard 1-1 and losing 4-1 to the Edmonton Northwest. Kayla Keenan connected against the Blizzard and Claire Wallace against Edmonton.

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