Aldergrove U13 Blazers’ Henry Dolphin (in white) in championship action against West Coast Auto Group FC’s Celtics

Aldergrove takes the gold, three silver

Aldergrove U13 Blazers won their gold medal game against West Coast Auto Group FC’s Celtics.

This past Saturday, March 5, Aldergrove Youth Soccer hosted the District 5 U13 Boys Championships, with 24 teams from across the Lower Mainland participating.

Aldergrove was represented in Div. 3 action by the Aldergrove Blazers, who won their gold medal game against West Coast Auto Group FC’s Celtics.

Five teams from Aldergrove Youth Soccer also participated in the U13 to U17 boys District Finals this past Saturday. The Final Cup games were spread around the Lower Mainland, with Aldergrove hosting the U13 Championship Finals.

Aldergrove’s U17 Strikers won silver.

Aldergrove’s U14 Boys team won the silver after losing 3-1 against the CFC Gunners. Coach Rob Wilson said, “The boys seemed nervous from the hop, the opposition scored early from a penalty and we never really found a groove. Still an excellent season though.”

Aldergrove’s U16 United Boys team won the silver, after losing to Langley in the final.

One girls’ team, Aldergrove’s U17 Vipers are still in play for the Coastal Cup, which has knock out games in April and the winners play for the Coastal Cup at the end of April in Aldergrove.

Aldergrove U13 Blazers won their gold medal game against West Coast Auto Group FC’s Celtics.

 

Aldergrove’s U14 Boys team won the silver.

 

Aldergrove’s U16 United Boys team won the silver.

 

Aldergrove’s U17 Strikers won silver.

 

 

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