Aldergrove Strom's Cassidy Bonetti (at left) in action against Chilliwack in U-14 girls' soccer action Saturday

Aldergrove soccer shines

Former teammates Joel Waterman, now with Trinity Western University, and Gurmaan Jahj, now with University Fraser Valley played

Former teammates Joel Waterman (left), now with Trinity Western University, and Gurmaan Jahj, now with University Fraser Valley played against each other at Trinity Western this past Friday, Sept. 5, with TWU coming out on top with a 1-0 win. Joel and Gurmaan are Aldergrove Secondary 2014 graduates and led the ACSS soccer program while collecting numerous MVP awards and leading the team to High School Provincial Championship Tournament the past few years. Both players have been part of the Whitecaps development system and have a bright future with their respective universities. Both Joel and Gurmaan also started their soccer careers with Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s Mini Soccer Program.

HARRY HUNT PHOTO

In U-12 boys’ soccer action Saturday, Sept. 6 at Aldergrove Athletic Park, Aldergrove’s Juyraj Akali (at right) faces a Chilliwack club challenger.

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