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July 30, 2021

Melo scores twice as St. Thomas blanks LAFC

ST. THOMAS - Brian Melo scores twice and keeper Mark Rowland throws up a clean sheet as St. Thomas blanks LAFC Red, 5-0, in Western Ontario Soccer Masters action. David Day, Greg Westra and Matt Aristone with his team leading fifth goal of the season, also score, as St. Thomas improves to 3-0-1.

July 23, 2021

Aristone scores twice in St. Thomas win

TILLSONBURG, Ont. - Matt Aristone scored his third and fourth goals of the season, as St. Thomas defeated Tillsonburg, 3-1, in Western Ontario Soccer Masters action. Joey Lyons also scored for St. Thomas, now owners of a 2-0-1 record.
Aristone is the division's co-leader for most goals with LAFC Red's Bryan Aguilar.


July 16, 2021

St. Thomas premier men blank Tillsonburg

TILLSONBURG, Ont. - Noah Dos Stantos scored and keeper Alex May had the clean sheet as St. Thomas blanked Tillsonburg, 1-0, in Western Ontario Soccer Premier Division action. St. Thomas now has a win and loss on the season.


July 11, 2021

St. Thomas men drop WOSL Premier season opener to Croatia

ST. THOMAS - After almost two years of silence on the local pitch, the St. Thomas premier men returned to action. The players happy to be back in action, didn't get the result they desired, dropping their season opener in the Western Ontario Soccer League, 3-0 to London Croatia, at Athletic Park.

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August 29, 2020

Rec teams continue to clash on the pitch

ST. THOMAS - A little action from week three of the St. Thomas Soccer Club youth rec division, this morning at Parkside Collegiate.

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August 22, 2020

St. Thomas youth rec soccer returns

ST. THOMAS -  Recreational youth soccer has returned to the pitch in St. Thomas for a shortened season. The St. Thomas Soccer Club has eight teams are playing Saturday mornings throughout August and September, at Parkside Collegiate.

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August 9, 2019

St. Thomas women win LAWSL Second Div Cup

LONDON, ON. - Cameron Sanders scored the only goal as St. Thomas blanked the North Huron Tempest, 1-0, in the London and Area Women's Soccer League (LAWSL) Second Division Cup final, Thursday, at the Hellenic Centre. Sanders scored on a free kick outside the 18 box, while keeper Avivia Fournie picked up the shutout.
"Very strong defence on our part," Fournie said. "(The defence) really helped to progress the game and keep up the intensity."
St. Thomas edged Alliance FC, 2-1, in a Cup semifinal. Zoe Gubinczki and Emma Butters scored for St. Thomas.
Alliance is the current Second Division East leaders, with a 9-2-2 record, just ahead of St. Thomas at 7-0-4. North Huron upended the West leaders, Sarnia (11-0-1), in their semifinal.


July 28, 2019

St. Thomas Reds break through winning Girls Soccerfest U18 title

ST. THOMAS - Klara Lattanzio and Grace Shackelton scored, while keeper Aviva Fournie had the shutout, as St. Thomas blanked the Sarnia Spirit, 2-0, in the U18 final for Girls Soccerfest, at Athletic Park. The Reds won their first shootout of the season, in the semifinals, to advance to the title game.

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July 27, 2019

Three teams carry St. Thomas colours at Girls' Soccerfest

ST. THOMAS - Three St. Thomas Reds teams are in action this weekend at the St. Thomas Soccer Club's annual Girls Soccerfest at Athletic and Cowan Parks. This year's tournament features five divisions, including U18, 16 and 14.

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February 10, 2019

Dorchester finalist at U13 girls Ontario Indoor Cup

VAUGHAN, ON. - Dorchester advanced to the final of the under-13 girls' division, at the Ontario Soccer Indoor Cup, losing 1-0 to Erin Mills. Dorchester won their pool, shutting out Orangeville, 2-0, Caledon, 7-0 and the Brampton Brams, 11-0. In the semifinals, Dorchester blanked Brampton FC, 4-0.


August 20, 2018

PKs lift Byron over St. Thomas in Third Division Cup final

LONDON, ON. - Following a dominating regular season, the St. Thomas Scorpions were hoping to finish with some hardware. However, the Byron Force had other ideas, taking London and Area Soccer League (LAWSL) Third Division's top team, to penalty kicks in the Third Division Cup final and winning, 3-2, at the Hellenic Centre. Tied following regulation and 20 minutes of overtime, Byron won in kicks, five goals to four.

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August 15, 2018

St. Thomas wins LAWSL Div 3 Cup semifinal

WALLACEBURG, ON. - Claire Banks and Jaylin Wismer scored to lead St. Thomas past Wallaceburg, 2-0, in a London and Area Women's Soccer league (LAWSL) Third Division Cup semifinal. Rianne Neill recorded the shutout in her first game back from injury since June. St. Thomas advances to the Third Division Cup final against Byron, Monday, at the Hellenic Centre, in London. St. Thomas coach Jaime Earhart pointed to midfielders Nicole Carnegie and Jalyn Smart, who prevented a strong Wallaceburg midfield from generating any scoring opportunities.
"Our midfield controlled the game and made the job easier on our defenders and keeper," Earhart said. "They generated a ton of offence as well and if not for really outstanding play of the Wallaceburg keeper, the score may have been much higher."
Banks rifled in a shot from the left elbow of the 18-yard box midway through the first half. In the second half, Wismer scored off a cross from Zoe Gubinczki.



July 26, 2018

Dorchester Sapphires torch first place St. Thomas Scorpions

ST. THOMAS - The St. Thomas Scorpions had a perfect 11-0-0 run to start the season. But the Dorchester Sapphires have a thrown a crack into that record. Emily Jans scored the game’s lone goal, as Dorchester blanked St. Thomas, 1-0, handing the Third Division East leaders their first loss in the London and Area Women’s Soccer League, tonight at Athletic Park.

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July 22, 2018

Two St. Thomas teams advance to Soccerfest semis

ST. THOMAS - Two of three St. Thomas teams advanced to the semifinals in their respective divisions, during Girls' Soccerfest, at Athletic and Cowan Parks. St. Thomas Strikers lost to Brantford City, in the U13 division, while the St. Thomas Red Devils fell to East Hamilton Phoenix, in U15 action.

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May 12, 2018

St. Thomas wins premier men's soccer season home opener

ST. THOMAS - The St. Thomas premier men have started the Western Ontario Soccer League season off on the right foot.
Ben Moniz, Noah Dos Santos and Kyle Norton scored, while keeper Zach Moniz was spotless in net, as St. Thomas blanked Chatham, 3-0, in their season opener, at Athletic Park.

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March 20, 2018

Offside wins big to advance to women's futsal final

ST. THOMAS - Krista Ferguson scored four times to lead Offside to a 8-3 defeat of Camo 4 Paisley, in a women's A semifinal, for the St. Thomas Futsal Club, at Central Elgin C.I., on Sunday, March 18th. Courtney Allen and Natalie McDavell, added two goals each for Offside Katie Locke, Angie Nelson, and Sarah Weinstein, replied for Camo. Offside will meet Sureshot in the women's A final, Sunday, March 25th, at CECI.

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August 15, 2017

Another Johnson hat trick carries premier women

ST. THOMAS –  TNikki Johnson had another hat trick, including her division leading 21st goal of the season, as St. Thomas beat Chatham, 3-1, in London Area Women's Soccer League premier action, at Athletic Park.
Their 10th win of the season leap frogs St. Thomas over London Marconi, into third place, with a game still in hand.

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July 23, 2017

Cyclones make U15 semifinals at Soccerfest

ST. THOMAS –  The St. Thomas Cyclones have the best result from local entries at girls Soccerfest. The top seed in the under-15 division, following pool play, won their quarter-final, but lost to Waterloo United, in a semi-final, at Athletic Park. Earlier today, both the St. Thomas U16 Warriors and Dorchester Blue Devils, fell in quarter-final action. The Warriors were blanked 2-0 by Leamington United, while Guelph shutout Dorchester, 4-0, in their U13 quarter-final.

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July 22, 2017

Dorchester, St. Thomas, open with wins at girls' Soccerfest

ST. THOMAS –  Two local teams got off on the right foot this morning, at girls Soccerfest. Dorchester opened with a 6-1 win over Fort Erie, in the under-13 division. Synthia Bishop struck four times, while Shaelyn Linton and Danika Linton, had a goal each.
The St. Thomas Cyclones blanked the LaSalle Stompers, 3-0 in their U15 opener. Halle Szabo, Taylor Snyder and Klara Lattanzio scored, while keeper Arianna Lethbridge had the shutout.
Szabo was part of the Parkside CI team, that won WOSSAA to earn a berth at OFSAA (high school provincial tournament) earlier this year.
The Cyclones finished pool play as the top seed in their division. St. Thomas' under 16 team, the Warriors, placed fourth in their division. The host club's U18 team failed to advance to the playoff round.
There are over 35 teams in five divisions, at this year's tournament, from as far as Windsor, Sarnia and Peterborough.

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July 16, 2017

St. Thomas Reds win U14 division at boys' Soccerfest

ST. THOMAS –  The St. Thomas Reds won the under-14 division at boys Soccerfest. Jack Tunstill, Gavin Barnhouse and Kaiden Banks scored, as St. Thomas edged Galladevs, 3-2, in the final, held at Athletic Park. Earlier in the day, the Reds blanked Waterloo United, 1-0, in a semi-final, on a goal by Barnhouse.
Four St. Thomas teams in total, advanced to playoff rounds during the two day tournament. The St. Thomas Red Bulls defeated Galladevs, 4-0, in an under-13 quarter-final, but fell to Leamington, in the semi-finals, 5-2. In the U15 semis, the St. Thomas Strikers were defeated by Milton, 4-1, after getting by the Chatham Attack, 2-1, on penalty kicks, in the quarter-finals. In the U18 quarters, St. Thomas lost to Mount Hamilton, 3-2.

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July 15, 2017

St. Thomas Reds edge Waterloo at boys Soccerfest

ST. THOMAS –  Hunter Gilchrist and Kaiden Banks, on a penalty kick, scored to lift the St. Thomas Reds over Waterloo, 2-1, in the under-14 division at boys Soccerfest. The Reds are 2-0 on day one of the tournament, at Athletic and Cowan Parks. The St. Thomas Red Bulls are 2-1, in the under-14 division, while the host club's under-13 team has a pair of ties, with one pool game remaining.

June 24, 2017

Blown 3-0 lead leaves St. Thomas in a knot

ST. THOMAS –  Leading 3-0 at half-time, St. Thomas seemed to be command of their Western Ontario Soccer League premier men's game against English FC.
But a second half red card and a lack of support from the bench, contributed to St. Thomas watching English FC rally for a 3-3 final. Matt Aristone, Aaron Squires and Adam Legg scored for St. Thomas.

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June 22, 2017

Johnson hat trick carries premier women to Cup win

ST. THOMAS –  Nikki Johnson carried the St. Thomas offence, with three goals, in a 3-2 edging of the Curinga Titans, in a London Area Women's Soccer League premier division City Cup game, at Athletic Park. St. Thomas advances to the City Cup semi-finals next month.

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June 22, 2017

St. Thomas masters dump Forest City

ST. THOMAS –  Michael Edwards scored a pair of goals, while Wayne McIntrye and David Day, had a goal each, as St. Thomas dumped Forest City, 4-1, in Middlesex Masters Soccer League action at Athletic Park.

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June 18, 2017

Three wins for St. Thomas men's soccer teams

ST. THOMAS –  Three St. Thomas men's teams picked up wins in recent days. Mark Lewis had a pair of goals to lead the St. Thomas premier men to a 4-2 road win at Wallaceburg, Friday, in the Western Ontario Soccer League. Andrew Maxwell and Aaron Squires also scored for St. Thomas, now owners of a record of 2-2-3.
In WOSL second division action, Duncan Fergusen, Mark Lewis and David Day scored, as St. Thomas edged Exeter, 3-2, on Sunday.
David Day had a pair of goals as St. Thomas upended league leading Apollo Blue, 5-1, in a Middlesex Masters Soccer league Cup game, at City Wide Fields, on June 14. Greg Westra, Mike Edwards and Nate Girardin, completed the St.Thomas scoring. In league play, St. Thomas is 3-0-1, behind the first place Apollo Blue, at 5-0-0. . Andrew Henson with two goals and Mark Lewis scored for St. Thomas.


June 11, 2017

St. Thomas premier and second division men both win

ST. THOMAS –  The St. Thomas premier men's team picked up their first win of the season blanking Croatia, 4-0, in Western Ontario Soccer League (WOSL) action.
Adam Legg, Matt Aristone, Alonso Flores and Kyle Norton scored, while Greg Westra earned a shutout in emergency duty. In WOSL second division, St. Thomas beat Oakridge, 3-1, to remain unbeaten, at 3-2-0. Andrew Henson with two goals and Mark Lewis scored for St. Thomas.