Photos: Quebec boys win U-15 2017 Toyota National Championships

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Quebec club CS Longueuil won the Canadian boys soccer U15 2017 Toyota National Championships by defeating Alberta’s Calgary Foothills 2-1 in the final in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9.

Calgary Foothills took the lead in the first half on a goal by Owen Anoniuk. CS Longueuil equalized on the stroke of first-half.

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills’ Owen Antoniuk, not pictured, scores the opening goal against CS Longueuil in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

The match would eventually go to extra-time where the Quebec club scored the winner. Gabriel Muboyayi and Komi Paul Moussou scored for CS Longueuil.

Surrey United, from BC, took first place in the girls U15 2017 Toyota National Championships after defeating CS Moneuil Laval earlier in the day.

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills’ Owen Antoniuk, left, celebrates his goal against CS Longueuil in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

CS Longueuil celebrate their first half goal against Calgary Foothills in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Tempers flair as Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills (white) and CS Longueuil (black) compete in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

CS Longueuil score the winning goal in extra time against Calgary Foothills in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

CS Longueuil celebrate scoring an extra time goals against Calgary Foothills in the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship against Calgary Foothills in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

CS Longueuil celebrate winning the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills react to losing against CS Longueuil in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

CS Longueuil celebrate winning the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

Calgary Foothills react to losing against CS Longueuil in the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project

Calgary Foothills, CS Longueuil, Toyota National Championships, Total Soccer Project, Canada Soccer

CS Longueuil celebrate winning the final of the U-15 Canadian 2017 Toyota National Championship in Calgary, Alberta Monday, October 9, 2017. CS Longueuil won the championship after beating Calgary 2-1 after extra time. Photo: Stuart Gradon/Total Soccer Project


Canada Soccer’s 2017 Toyota National Championships took place 4-9 October across Canada in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Calgary, Alberta, and Surrey, British Columbia.

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