The girls received a two-goal effort from newcomer TK Rocca, adding a third courtesy of St. Charles College graduate Courtney Ceccarelli in blanking the Fleming Knights 3-0.
Ashley Bechard recorded the shutout in net for Cambrian. Facing a powerful Seneca Sting crew on Sunday, the Shield ladies fell by a final count of 5-0, settling for a weekend split.
“In the end, I thought the weekend was good,” said head coach Giuseppe Politi. “We wanted three points. We got them yesterday, so that was really important, to beat a team that we are going to be fighting for a playoff spot.”
The men, on the other hand, dropped back-to-back games, edged 1-0 by Fleming on Saturday and losing 4-0 to Seneca the very next day.
“Yesterday, I really thought we were unlucky to lose 1-0,” Politi said of the men’s effort. “We had five bad minutes and it cost us dearly. We’ll need to make up these lost points quickly to ensure we are on path for a playoff spot once again.”
Both teams are back in action on the road next weekend, facing the George Brown Huskies and the Centennial Colts.