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Titans advance to senior boys AA soccer championships

Langley Fundamental Titans marched on to their first ever Soccer Provincial placement this past week, after defeating Abbotsford Traditional

Langley Fundamental Senior Secondary School’s Senior Boys Titans has placed third in the Fraser Valley AA Soccer chamionships and will represent this side of the river at the Provincial Championships.

The Titans marched on to their first ever Soccer Provincial placement this past week, after defeating Abbotsford Traditional in a come from behind win, 4-2, on Tuesday.

They continued their winning ways on Thursday defeating Delta’s Sands School 2-1 in overtime in the Fraser Valley Bronze medal game.

The Titans now move on to the AA Soccer Provincials, which will be held at Burnaby Lake Complex, November 20-23.

The Titans went 10-2 this season, with only one loss in league play, and one loss to the Fraser Valley champions, Archbishop Carney School.

Two of the Titans, Brenden Verigin and Kyle Robson, are residents of Aldergrove as well as players for the U17 Aldergrove Youth Soccer league.


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