Aldergrove Secondary's Joel Waterman (in white jersey) in a 5-0 win over Abbotsford's MEI school at the Fraser Valley senior boys soccer playoffs

Totem boys are champs again

Aldergrove Senior Boys Soccer team have claimed a spot in the "AA" Fraser Valley High School Finals this Thursday, Nov 7.

Aldergrove Senior Boys Soccer team have claimed a spot in the “AA” Fraser Valley High School Finals this Thursday, Nov 7.

The Aldergrove Totems are this year’s 2013 Langley League champions and Upper Valley champions.

The game will be held at Aldergrove Athletic Park main turf field at 3 p.m. Last year’s provincial finalists and Fraser Valley champions, Arch Bishop Carney, will be the opponents. This game is a rematch of last year’s Fraser Valley Final held at Arch Bishop Carney in Coquitlam.

The Totems are eager for the rematch and looking forward to try and claim a championship banner for the school.

Aldergrove Secondary’s Brad Wightman (in white jersey) leads the attack in a 10-1 drubbing of Maple Ridge’s Samuel Robertson Technical School, Tuesday, Oct. 29 at Aldergrove. It was the first round of the Fraser Valley senior boys high school soccer championship. HARRY HUNT PHOTO

Aldergrove earned the right to play in the final with victories last week over Samuel Robertson Technical School from Maple Ridge and Mennonite Education Institute (MEI) of Abbotsford.

The team has been playing extremely well, moving the ball very efficiently, causing their opponents to chase the play to attempt and gain possession.

The wins last week have also guaranteed a spot in the Provincial Finals, Nov. 18-20 at the Burnaby Sports Complex. The top 16 teams in the province will meet to decide final rankings for 2013.

Seeding into the B.C.’s will be determined after the Fraser Valley Final this Thursday.

Good luck to the boys for the balance of the season.

Aldergrove Secondary’s Ryan Witowich (in white jersey) in a 5-0 win over Abbotsford’s MEI school at the Fraser Valley senior boys soccer playoffs, Thursday, Oct. 31 at Aldergrove Athletic Park. With the win Aldergrove are the Upper Valley champions and move into the Valley Finals, starting Thursday. Nov. 7 against Arch Bishop Carney at Aldergrove.

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