R.C.I. Senior Boys Soccer

Proud competitors in the

Upper Ottawa Valley High School Athletic Association

Photograph of: 2014 RCI Senior Boys Soccer Team

2014 RCI Senior Boys (unhappy after a season-ending quarter-final loss):
Great season lads, and all the best in the future!

(back, l to r): Coach Oattes, Matt, Adam, McKinley, Alex, Austin, Matt, Josh, Auston, Coach Currie; (middle, l to r): Connor, Blair, Alex, Skylar, Devon, Calum; (front, l to r): Wyatt, Billy 

2015 Schedule

TimeDate Location Opponent 
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 12:00 April 30 Ma-Te-Way St. Joseph's HS Jaguars
4:30 May 4 Ma-Te-Way Madawaska Valley DHS Wolves 
 4:30May 5  Opeongo HSOpeongo HS Wildcats 
 3:00May 7 Arnprior DHS  Arnprior DHS Redmen
 9:45May 12 RiversideES Jean Lajoie Chevaliers 
12:15May 12RiversideFellowes HS Falcons
 5:45May 12 Riverside  Mackenzie CS Mustangs
Head Coach: Bill Currie
Assistant Coach: Kurtis Oattes


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Season Report

Game 1:

  April 30, 12:00: at home against the 1and 0 SJHS Jaguars (who had previously beaten Opeongo 1-0): final score 3-3. St. Joseph's scored at the 18 minute mark, again 4 minutes later on a M. Vice penalty shot, and then two minutes later.  

  Down 3-nil we spent half-time remembering we are a good soccer team, and began the second half with more possession and some pressure.  It paid off with an Austin Scheuneman penalty shot just 9 minutes in.  We battled hard the rest of the way, and at the 28 minute mark Phil Kadlec notched his first of the season.  The Jaguars stirred, and came back with some more attack, but RCI would not be denied.  With just a minute or two left we earned a free kick outside the St. Joe's box, and Scheuneman drove it home for his second of the game.

  Not a great start, but a great second half, and we came away with a 3-3 draw.  The defence are starting to figure it out, the mid are starting to get their fitness, and the forwards have been scoring... and keeper Billy Karras again made some excellent key saves.