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PEISAA intermediate soccer finalists to be determined in Tuesday's semifinals

M.E. Callaghan Cougars’ Brogan Chaisson, centre, looks to manoeuvre his way around Summerside Intermediate School Owls teammates Aaron Trenholm, left, and Cyrus Cormier. The action took place during the recent P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Boys Soccer League’s West Division semifinal at the Summerside Intermediate School Field. The Owls punched their ticket to the provincial semifinals with a 7-0 victory.
M.E. Callaghan Cougars’ Brogan Chaisson, centre, looks to manoeuvre his way around Summerside Intermediate School Owls teammates Aaron Trenholm, left, and Cyrus Cormier. The action took place during the recent P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Boys Soccer League’s West Division semifinal at the Summerside Intermediate School Field. The Owls punched their ticket to the provincial semifinals with a 7-0 victory. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. —

It’s down to crunch time for teams pursuing Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association intermediate soccer championships.

With the regular season, quarter-finals and zone playoffs behind them, the remaining teams have turned their attention to the provincial semifinals, which will be played in both the AA and A categories Tuesday.

There is no lack of intensity as the Summerside Intermediate School Owls’ Abby Simpson, left, and Leah Hanlon of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes focus on gaining possession of the ball at Eric Johnston Field in Summerside recently. The Owls defeated the Coyotes 2-0 in a provincial quarter-final in the Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Girls Soccer League. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian
There is no lack of intensity as the Summerside Intermediate School Owls’ Abby Simpson, left, and Leah Hanlon of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes focus on gaining possession of the ball at Eric Johnston Field in Summerside recently. The Owls defeated the Coyotes 2-0 in a provincial quarter-final in the Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Girls Soccer League. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian

All semifinal games, which are scheduled at pitches across the province, will start at 4:30 p.m. These matches will determine the matchups for this weekend’s medal games at the Terry Fox Sports Complex in Cornwall.

The intermediate A bronze-medal games will be played Friday afternoon. The A and AA gold-medal games, along with the AA bronze-medal contests, are scheduled for Saturday.

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A look at Tuesday's Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association (PEISAA) intermediate soccer semifinals. All games start at 4:30 p.m.
AA Girls
Summerside Intermediate at Stonepark (Stonepark Bowl Field).
Birchwood at East Wiltshire (Terry Fox Complex).
AA Boys
Summerside Intermediate at Stonepark (Heather Ave. Field).
Birchwood at Hernewood (Hernewood).
A Girls
Hernewood Team One at Souris (Souris Regional Field).
Gulf Shore at Kensington (Queen Elizabeth Elementary School Field).
A Boys
Kensington at Grace Christian (West Royalty).
Souris at Athena (Athena).

John Beaton, right, of the Summerside Intermediate School Owls is challenged by the M.E. Callaghan Cougars’ Jack Rennie during the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Boys Soccer League’s West Division semifinal game at the Summerside Intermediate School Field recently. The Owls won the game 7-0 to advance to today's provincial semifinals. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian
John Beaton, right, of the Summerside Intermediate School Owls is challenged by the M.E. Callaghan Cougars’ Jack Rennie during the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate AA Boys Soccer League’s West Division semifinal game at the Summerside Intermediate School Field recently. The Owls won the game 7-0 to advance to today's provincial semifinals. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian

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Medal Games
Schedule for PEISAA intermediate soccer medal games in Cornwall:
Friday
3 p.m. – A girls’ bronze-medal game.
3:20 p.m. – A boys’ bronze-medal game.
Saturday
9 a.m. – AA girls’ bronze-medal game.
9:30 a.m. – A girls’ gold-medal game.
11:30 a.m. – AA boys’ bronze-medal game.
Noon – AA girls’ gold-medal game.
2 p.m. – A boys’ gold-medal game.
2:30 p.m. – AA boys’ gold-medal game.

Regular season standings

Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association final intermediate soccer regular season standings.
AA Girls
Blue Division
                              W    L    T
Stonepark              3    1    0
Birchwood              2    2    0
Queen Charlotte    1    3    0
White Division
                              W   L    T
East Wiltshire        4    0    0
Summerside Int.    0    4    0
Provincial Quarter-final Result
Summerside Intermediate 2 Queen Charlotte 0
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AA Boys
West Division
                              W   L    T
Hernewood            4    0    0
Summerside Int.    2    2    0
M.E. Callaghan      0    4    0
East Division
                            W    L    T
Stonepark             3    0    0
Birchwood             1    1    1
Queen Charlotte    0    1    2
East Wiltshire        0    2    3
Semifinal Results
West Division
Summerside Intermediate 7 M.E. Callaghan 0
East Division
Stonepark 5 East Wiltshire 0

Danielle MacPherson, centre, of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes carries the ball while being closely defended by the Summerside Intermediate School Owls’ Ava Pomeroy, left, and Sophie McKenna. The two teams met in a recent provincial quarter-final game at Eric Johnston Field in Summerside. Summerside Intermediate prevailed 2-0. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian
Danielle MacPherson, centre, of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes carries the ball while being closely defended by the Summerside Intermediate School Owls’ Ava Pomeroy, left, and Sophie McKenna. The two teams met in a recent provincial quarter-final game at Eric Johnston Field in Summerside. Summerside Intermediate prevailed 2-0. - Jason Simmonds The Guardian

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A Girls
                                    W    L    T
Souris                           2    0    0
Hernewood One           2    0    0
East Wiltshire Two        2    0    0
Kensington                    2    0    0
Summerside Int. Two    1    1    0
Morell                            1    1    0
Gulf Shore                    1    1    0
Stonepark Two             1    1    0
Montague                     1    1    0
Hernewood Two            1    1    0
Evangeline                    1    1    0
M.E. Callaghan             0    2    0
Birchwood Two             0    2    0
Athena                          0    2    0
Georgetown                 0    2    0
West Division
Quarter-finals
Kensington 7 Hernewood Two 0
Athena 1 M.E. Callaghan 0
Evangeline 5 Summerside Intermediate Two 0
Semifinals
Hernewood One 7 Evangeline 0
Kensington 2 at Athena 0
Final
Kensington 1 Hernewood One 0
East Division
Quarter-finals
Souris 10 Georgetown 1
East Wiltshire Two 3 Birchwood 0
Gulf Shore 5 Morell 1
Montague 2 Stonepark Two 0
Semifinals
Souris 5 Montague 0
Gulf Shore 1 East Wiltshire Two 0
Final
Souris 4 Gulf Shore 1
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A Boys
West Blue Division
                     W    L    T
Kensington    2    0    0
Gulf Shore     0    1    0
Somerset       0    1    0
West White Division
                     W   L    T
Athena          2    0    0
Evangeline    0    2    0
East Division
                                     W    L    T
Montague                      2    0    0
Grace Christian             2    0    0
Queen Charlotte Two    2    0    0
Stonepark Two              1    1    0
Souris                            1    1    0
Birchwood Two              0    2    0
Francois Buote              0    2    0
Morell                            0    2    0
West Division
Quarter-finals
Evangeline 4 Somerset 2
Semifinal
Kensington 4 Evangeline 1
Athena 1 Gulf Shore 0
Final
Athena 3 Kensington 2
East Division
Quarter-finals
Grace Christian 2 Montague 1
Francois Buote 2 Birchwood Two 1
Souris 3 Morell 0
Queen Charlotte Two 9 Stonepark Two 0
Semifinals
Grace Christian 3 Queen Charlotte Two 0
Souris 2 Francois Buote 1
Final
Grace Christian 1 Souris 0

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