June 10, 2005 -
The St. Charles College Cardinals Junior soccer team captured their third straight AAA Boys NOSSA title, and the Nina Grossi Memorial Trophy, with a 1-0 win over the West Ferris Trojans in NOSSA Boys soccer action held at Lily Creek at the end of May. Scott Whalen scored for the Cards while Brett Gautheir recorded the shutout. The rest of the Cards roster included: Jakob Quinn, Andrew Roberti, Brandon Roy, Ryan Grenon, Tyler Hodkinson, Dylan Hunt, Alex Pechkoff, Geoff Nelson, Michael Schinko, Julian Mirabelli, James Callaghan, Santino Temelini and Justin Gouett. The Cards were coached by Mr. John Sikora and Mr. Ed Sacchetto. |
The St. Charles Cardinals Senior Boys soccer team went on a torrid pace in the playoffs, scoring 23 goals for and only allowing 2 goals againstt in four games, by first defeating College Notre Dame Alouettes 10-1 in the quarter finals, Lasalle Lancers 7-0 in the semi-finals and finally the Lockerby Vikings 2-0 in the finals to capture the AA/AAA City Championship Robert Ellen Memorial Trophy for the 6th time in seven years. The Cards followed with a 4-1 win over St. Joseph’s Scollard Hall in the AAA NOSSA Championships capturing the Laurentian Ball, giving them a berth at the OFSAA AAA Championships, after a three year absence. Most of the goals were scored by the Cards speedy strikers and playmakers, Nic Charlemagne and Marco Armiento while the stingy defence of Ryan Steinman, Joe Derochie, Tyler Myre and Matt Dumont as well as keeper Trevor Lalonde kept the opponents at bay.
At the OFSAA Championships in London, the Cards ended a five year drought by being the first NOSSA entry to win a game, after defeating Kingston 2-1 on a two goal effort by mid-fielder Christian Cundari. Other members of the St. Charles College boys senior soccer team included: Jesse Sbrega, Tony Fey, Andrew Steinman, Chris Gislon, Mario Galic, Gianluca Scaglione, Aaron Rehel, Anthony Galic, Silvano Costantini, Trevor Gibbons and Matt Kinnear. The senior squad was coached by Mr. John Sikora, Mr. Lloyd Rebeiro and
Mr. Michael Dagostino.