HEAT WINS SECOND OF YEAR

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

If the Kamloops Heat U-21 Womens soccer team had any concerns about firepower, those fears were put to rest Saturday (May 24) afternoon in Penticton. The Heat scored four goals in the first 15 minutes of the match en route to a 5-0 shellacking of the host Pinnacles in Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve…

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HEAT WIN SECOND IN A ROW

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

The Kamloops Heat scored once in either half as they downed the Semiahmoo Soccer Club 2-1 in Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve Action Saturday (June 28) at South Surrey Athletic Park. The Heat, who were playing with only one sub again, opened the scoring at the 15 minute mark. Cassie Drummond (2nd year, Kamloops…

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HEAT WIN LAST REGULAR SEASON MATCH

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

The Kamloops Heat appear to be on quite the roll heading into the Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve Division Playoffs. The Heat won their fifth game in their last six starts by hammering the North Shore Girls Soccer Club Stars 7-0 at Exhibition Park (Sun July 20). Former TRU WolfPack player Sandra Blair had…

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HEAT WIN HOME OPENER WEEKEND

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

If the players on the Kamloops Heat U-21 Womens Soccer team forgot to buy something for their Dad’s on Fathers Day, they made up for it with a solid effort on the pitch. The Heat swept their first home weekend in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve Division. On Fathers Day (June 15), the…

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HEAT SPLIT WEEKEND SERIES

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

It was hard to say what was hotter on a Sunday afternoon in Kamloops, the weather or the Heat Under 21 Womens Soccer team. After losing on the coast on Saturday (3-1 to Richmond), Kamloops came out and handled the Penticton Pinnacles with relative ease. The Heat downed the Pinnacles 5-2 at Hillside Stadium. Jessie…

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HEAT SPLIT ON THE COAST

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

The Kamloops Heat U-21 Womens Soccer team were taught a lesson Sunday in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Reserve Division: when you play the top team, make sure you have all your players. Decimated by injuries and a lack of spares, the Heat fell 4-0 to the top team in the league: Tri-Cities Xtreme at…

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HEAT PREPARE FOR HOME OPENER

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

“We are just happy to be home”, the words of Kamloops Heat U-21 Womens Soccer Co-coach Kelly Shantz as his squad makes their inaugural debut at Hillside Stadium. The city’s newest soccer program has had to play its first five Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve matches on the road.“Often, we’ve been short on numbers…

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HEAT MOVE INTO FIRST PLACE

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

A 500 Weekend by the Kamloops Heat have allowed them to move into first place in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve standings. After losing Saturday (July 12) to Fraser Valley (score 1-0), the Heat rebounded in fine fashion with a 6-1 hammering of the Tri Cities X-treme. ” We came out with more…

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HEAT LOSE IN LEAGUE SEMI FINALS

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

The Dream Run is over for the Kamloops Heat U-21 Womens Soccer Team. After finishing second in their first season in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve Division, the Heat made a quick exit from the playoffs. Kamloops lost their semi final 4-1 to the Chilliwack Racing F.C at Cloverdale Athletic Park. “It was…

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HEAT KICK OFF 4 GAME HOMESTAND WITH WIN

  Posted on: October 27, 2008

The Heat kicked off a four game homestand by taking the last place Semihamoo FC 4-1 at Hillside Stadiums grass field on Sunday (July 6) The Heat got a goal and one assist from both Kerry Hill and Chloe McAuley. Hill is a member of the TRU WolfPack of the BC College Athletic Association. Kamloops…

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