Aldergrove secondary keeper Ian Crispin shut out Brookswood Oct. 27 to take Aldergrove to the Fraser Valley AA Soccer Championships.

UPDATED: Aldergrove Totems boys close season with win

Aldergrove Secondary senior boys soccer team won their eighth and final regular season game Oct. 27 against Brookswood Secondary

Aldergrove Secondary Totems senior boys soccer team won their eighth and final regular season game Oct. 27 against Brookswood Secondary at their Aldergrove home field.

Aldergrove blanked Brookswood in a big way, 12-0, with the goal of claiming a post-season semi-finals spot alongside AA division leader, Langley Fundamental.

Aldergrove plays its first quarter-final game of the AA Boys Fraser Valley Championships against Sands (Surrey division) at Sands, November 1 at 3 p.m. Langley Fundamental plays their game against St. John Brebeuf (East division) at Willoughby on the same day and time. The semi-final games follow on Thursday, Nov. 3.

Langley Secondary and Langley Fundamental also played their final regular season game Oct. 27 with a 6-2 result for Fundamental putting them at the top of the division with 21 points for seven wins. Fundamental’s only loss this season was to Aldergrove.

Prior to Oct. 27, Aldergrove was tied with Langley Secondary at 14 points after seven games, with four wins, two ties and a loss each. Aldergrove’s win Oct. 27 upped their standing to 17 points and five wins.

Langley Fundamental leads the Langley division of the Fraser Valley League with 18 points, followed by Aldergrove at 17 points. Langley Secondary finished with 14 points, while Langley Christian follows at six points (two wins and six losses) and Brookswood trails at zero.

In earlier games, Aldergrove defeated Langley Christian 2-1, 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.

KURT LANGMANN PHOTO: Aldergrove Totems won five games in a row to move into the next stage of AA senior boys soccer, the Fraser Valley Championships. The team is (back row, from left): Lina Nguyen, Keenan Brunchmann, Daniel Livingstone, Sean Connolly, Felipe Carneiro, Ko Ota, Bernardo Campo, Ko Yamada, Pedro Andrade, (front row) Naseeb Sheer, Alex Qanbery, Jake Frew, Riki Yukizaki, Ryan Shakirae, Ryuta Maesaka, Yuta Murayama, and (goalkeeper in front) Ian Crispin.


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