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Rebels Weekend Wrap Oct 4th-6th

October 9, 2019

Rebels Weekend Wrap Oct 4th-6th

Oct 9th, 2019


Men’s Soccer team entered the weekend being 1-0-3 and the Women’s team entered the weekend being 4-1-0 as they travelled to Brandon on Saturday afternoon to take on the ACC Cougars and back in Winnipeg on Sunday to take on the USB Le Rouge at the Memorial Park. Women’s Volleyball had their second Pre-season tournament of the year at Providence University in Otterbourne MB, and the Men’s Volleyball team hosted their Annual Pre-season tournament this past weekend.

Men’s Soccer team picked up a win vs the Cougars on Saturday with the final score of 3-0 as the Cougars had to forfeit the game due to eligibility of the players. Rebels went on to play USB Le Rouge on Sunday afternoon as they would go on to lose the game with the final score of 5-0, instead of forfeiting that game due to lack of inquires on the team the players went on to play anyways to show their dedication and the love for the game of Soccer. Men’s Soccer team sits in 5th place with the record of 2-0-4 with 4 games remaining in the regular season.

Women’s Soccer team went on to split the pair of games this past weekend. On Saturday afternoon they won vs  ACC Cougars with the final score of 4-0. 2nd year Defensive Midfielder Kezia Balzer was traffic the whole game scoring 2 goals to go along with an assist, 1st year Striker Sarah Stoffel from Sanford highschool was also sensational scoring 2 goals and picking up a assist, and lastly 2nd year Goal Keeper Abigail Wilson with another shutout! On Sunday the Women’s team went on to take on the undefeated USB Le Rouge, the game was very close with strong defense on both sides. Rebels lost 1-0 with an goal late in the game of an unfortunate deflection into their own net. This is what the 9th year Head Coach Doug Lawrie had to say about the teams lost ” The Rebels pressed hard to respond but time ran out on them. Defensive Midfielder Kezia Balzer and both Centre-backs Ashley Paterson and Danielle Yashuk were standout players for the Rebels. Despite this loss, the Rebels locked up a playoff position after this weekend’s MCAC games” Rebels sit in 2nd place with the record of 5-1-1 with 3 games remaining in the regular season.

Women’s Volleyball team went 0-3 and the last game was cancelled halfway through due to a power outage at Providence. The team is still improving game by game, 1st year Libero led the way with 37 digs on the weekend, and 2nd year Darby Coughlin led the team in kills with 39.


Men’s Volleyball held their annual Pre-season tournament this past weekend. The Rebels put in two teams due to a team dropping out. This is what the 1st year Head Coach Chris Voth had to say about this weekend ” Our teams did pretty well this weekend. They both made huge strides from the first match to the last. it was our first time actually playing matches so of course it’s going to be a little shaky, but the guys did awesome. I’m really proud of the growth we demonstrated as players and as people.

Brady DeDominicis was a key player for the Red team in the tournament. He was really consistent and went into beast mode when we really needed points. Simranjeet Singh Brar was also a fierce player, even when switching positions once a while. Terence Wastesicoot also hasn’t played much Volleyball in recent years but really held his own and showed immense amount of potential. His hard work and dedication is really paying off.”


Next Rebels game are this upcoming weekend for Soccer as they take on the CMU Blazers on Saturday Oct 12th at the Soccer North on Leila, Men’s at 1 Pm and Women’s right after at 3:15 Pm.