Posted: Oct 13, 2012
Rookie striker Chelsea Currie opened the scoring just eight minutes into the contest, staking the home side to a 1-0 lead they would carry through to halftime.
Donya Salomon-All would pull the Aigles Bleus even when she beat Tiffany O’Donnell in the Capers goal at the 54-minute mark.
Just five minutes later, Currie would restore the Capers lead with her second of the game.
With the victory, the CIS No. 7 ranked Capers improved to 6-0-2 on the season and took over first spot in the AUS standings.
CBU will be home again Sunday when they face the Saint Mary’s Huskies in a 1 p.m. matchup at the Cape Breton Health Recreation Complex on the CBU campus.