Colts take down Fleming and Cambrian
Nick Prospero Courier Staff
The Centennial College Colts women’s soccer team put themselves back at .500 in a big way last week with wins over Fleming and Cambrian.
The Colts first beat Fleming 4-2 on Sept. 20 before running over Cambrian 6-2 on Sept. 23.
The wins were exactly what Centennial needed after beginning their season 0-2 with losses to St. Lawrence and Seneca.
Miriam El-Masri potted two goals in the Colts win over Cambrian, giving her 4 goals in 4 games and making her Centennials leading scorer in the process.
The Colts will look to ride their hot streak into their Sept. 28 match up with Algonquin College.
The Centennial Colts men’s soccer team built on their already impressive season, beating Fleming College before being closely edged by Cambrian in their next game.
The win and the loss bring the Colts record to an impressive 3-1, good enough for second place in the East Division.
Defender Thomas Critelli was the hero for Centennial in their 1-0 win over Fleming, scoring the only goal of the game.
Forward E.J. Powell has been the stand out player for the Colts thus far, tallying 3 goals in four games.
The Colts have only been scored on once so far this season, as keeper Philip Liscio has earned shut outs against Fleming, Seneca and St. Lawrence.
Centennials next game will be against division rival Algonquin College on Sept. 28. Algonquin is undefeated this season. A Colts win will tie them with Algonquin for first place.