The Host Huskies set to face the defending Champion Hawks

The Host Huskies set to face the defending Champion Hawks

Dynamiques de Sainte-Foy - 2* (5-3 PKs)  vs. SAIT Trojans - 1

The first consolation semi-final today featured the ACAC Wildcard SAIT Trojans against the RSEQ champion Dynamiques de Sainte-Foy.

Despite the Dynamiques controlling the majority of the opening half, with hustle from Julien Morissette and Youssef El Yousfi-Laflamme, the Trojans went up 1-0 on a goal by Daniel Schager at the 44 minute mark on a three man brake.

Yousfi-Laflamme tied the game at the 70 minute mark on a direct kick 10 yards outside the penalty box over Trojans goalie Kyle Greenley.

Still tied at the final whistle, the match went to penalty kicks where Joshua Fait notched the winner for the Dynamiques.

Trojans Player of the Game: William Akio

Dynamiques Player of the Game: Olivier Dorval

 

Holland Hurricanes - 4 vs. Douglas Royals - 1

The second consolation semi-final featured the ACAA Champion Holland Hurricanes against the Douglas Royals of the PACWEST.

The Hurricanes showcased their speed in the first half with an opening goal by Parker MacRae at 17 minutes. Then at 27 minutes CCAA All Canadian Ibrahima Sanoh dashed through three Royals defenders to notch a 2-0 advantage at halftime.

The Hurricanes attack continued in the second half with a goal by Theo Ngezahayo at 55 minutes, while Sanoh capped the scoring with his second at 82 minutes.

The Royals lone goal came at 80 minutes on a penalty kick by Aman Badyal.

Hurricanes Player of the Game  Ibrahima Sanoh

Royals Player of the Game: Race Williams

 

Humber Hawks - 8 vs. Algonquin Thunder - 0

In the first semi-final match, the CCAA defending champion Humber Hawks kicked off against fellow OCAA member Algonquin Thunder.

The CCAA Men’s Soccer Player of the Year Marcos Nunes scored the game’s first two goals at 4:30 and 10:30 only to leave the contest a few minutes later.

Jaineil Hoilet, Gerardo Magno, Patrick Majcher and Julian Mullin netted singles, sending the Hawks into halftime with a 6-0 lead.

Playing with an extra man for the last 25 minutes, due to a red card issued to the Thunder’s Ebrahim Al-Aricky, the Hawks added goals from Jordan Piccinin and Joe Tituanan.

Hawks Player of the Game: Gerardo Magno

Thunder Player of the Game: Alex Asmis

 

Keyano Huskies - 3 vs. Capilano Blues - 1

In the second semi-final match, the host and ACAC Champion Keyano Huskies played the PACWEST Champion Capilano Blues.

In a evenly contested first half the Blues surrendered an own goal when a Capilano defender headed the ball back and past goalie Hudson Nelles.

In the second frame, Ayman Hassen scored for the Huskies at 62 minutes then proceeded to celebrate his goal by jumping into the awaiting arms of fans in the stands.

The Blues responded with a penalty kick goal at 75 minutes by Nicolas Morello, bringing them back within one. Capilano continued to press but were stymied by several acrobatic saves from Huskies goalie Steven Bohrson. 

The Huskies sealed the victory with a third goal off the foot of Rodrigo Wogel Koebsch in the 88 minute.

Huskies Player of the Game: Steven Bohrson 

Blues Player of the Game: Nicolas Morello

 

Day Three Schedule

3:00 p.m. MT / Bronze Semi-final / Algonquin Thunder vs. Holland Hurricanes

5:30 p.m. MT / Bronze Semi-final / Capilano Blues vs. Dynamiques de Sainte-Foy

 

All games are played at SMS Equipment Stadium at Shell Place in Fort McMurray, Alberta.