Totem soccer boys win three in a row

Aldergrove Secondary senior boys AA soccer team will play their eighth and final game Oct. 27 against Brookswood Secondary

Aldergrove Secondary senior boys soccer team will play their eighth and final game Oct. 27 against Brookswood Secondary at their Aldergrove home field.

Langley Secondary and Langley Fundamental also play their final game Oct. 27.

Aldergrove is tied with Langley Secondary at 14 points after seven games, with four wins, two ties and a loss each.

Langley Fundamental leads the Langley division of the Fraser Valley League with 18 points (six wins and one loss), while Langley Christian follows at six points (two wins and six losses). Brookswood trails at zero.

Aldergrove defeated Langley Christian 2-1 in their most recent game, Oct. 25 at Langley Christian.

Aldergrove Totems won their two games Oct. 11 and 13, 3-0 over Langley Christian at Aldergrove, and 1-0 over Langley Fundamental at Aldergrove. Aldergrove handed Langley Fundamental their only defeat in the series.

Langley Secondary school Saints battled back from a deficit to tie the Aldergrove Secondary Totems 3-3, Oct. 6 at Aldergrove, in double-A senior boys soccer action.

It followed a similar result on Sept. 29 at Langley when Langley and Aldergrove Secondary’s game ended 2-2.

The Aldergrove Totems fell 3-2 to Langley Fundamental Titans at their field on Oct. 4.

 

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