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Having won the league title, the U16 Boys team progressed to the regionals 23-24 September, winning the Soccer Quebec Regional A title in Deux Montagnes. Continue reading
The Westmount U12 boys Soccer team ended their summer 2017 Season with yet another victory on Sunday, August 27th against Pierrefonds! In fact, this team made up of 19 young men, aged between 11 and 12 years old finished their season totally undefeated! This team also finished in first place of their Lac St-Louis Soccer League division – M A U-12! Continue reading
The U16 boys team entered the final game of the regular season needing a win against MRO, the next placed team. Continue reading
The U11M, U12M and U12F teams all participated at the Universite de Montreal Carabins tournament May 6th. The tournament is an “ice-breaker” allowing the players to have some fun playing their first games of the season, and coaches to see their team in action and develop their coaching plan. All the teams had a great experience playing against teams that we will not have a chance to meet during the regular season. The Carabins hosted a well organised event, and thanks to our coaches for braving the rain. Continue reading
Competitive intercity soccer starts in the Lac St Louis league at the U9 level. However, this year the league has a development league with a program of intercity exhibition games aimed at preparing players for competitive soccer in 2018.
The season will consist of 8-12 games, with on average one game and one training session from late May until late August. Practices and home games will be on the Westmount fields. Games will be 5×5 or 7×7 depending on the host fields.
The program is aimed at stronger players born in 2009 and 2010. The cost will be $165 including full uniform, ball, practice shirt, league affiliation and refs.
This team is now full.
The Westmount Soccer Club brought home three silver medals in the annual Lac St. Louis Indoor Tournament at the end of January. U15 and U14 boys’ teams and the U13 girls’ team were all finalists, losing narrowly, (including a loss in penalties for the U14 boys). Continue reading
This past weekend the Westmount U13F Warriors played in the Lac Saint Louis Indoor Tournament. The tournament featured high calibre teams from the LSL region and from elsewhere. The team played the entire tournament with only one substitute, which is all the more remarkable as they haven’t played together since September! Continue reading
The Westmount U14 boys, already crowned Lac St Louis league champions, travelled to Mascouche Saturday to represent Lac St Louis in the regional A cup. In the first game, the boys fought hard against a talented Laurentides team, with the game ending in a 2-2 tie after regulation. They proceeded to a shootout where they came away one goal short.
Following the Laurentides game, the team built up their energy with the local delicacies…pancakes and waffles (no poutine) before returning to face the Repentigny Olympiques.
The game was played in pouring rain against Repentigny, with the game ending in a 1-1 tie. Once again, going to penalties, it was nailbiter. Ultimately the Olympiques came out on top after 7 penalty shots.
Congratulations to the team for a winning season. They scored a series of firsts: The first Westmount team to win the league and represent LSL at the regional championship. Special thanks go to Aidan for travelling back from his new home in Hamilton to play in goal for the regional games.
The U10 Girls closed their season with a tightly fought win against their coaches and parents. Playing an unorthodox 14×14 format on a 7×7 field, the parent team entered the game overconfident and were soon put in their place by a more skillful (and much shorter) team.
The Girls took an early lead off a free kick by Julia which sailed over the wall and straight past the keeper (her dad). The parents quickly equalised exploiting the long ball and no offside rule to score a couple of goals. The girls fought back, and with seconds to go, drew a controversial penalty kick. The penalty was skillfully taken , fooling the goalie passing close to the post leaving the girls ahead 5-4 at the final whistle. Well played, girls! A great way to close a fantastic season.