Aldergrove Secondary’s Brad Wightman (in white jersey

Totems top of league, aim for valley champs

Aldergrove Community Secondary School Senior Boys Soccer completed a solid season in league play

Aldergrove Community Secondary School Senior Boys Soccer completed a solid season in league play on Thursday, Oct. 24 by defeating Langley Secondary, 4-0, giving the Totems the league title and Langley District Championship.

The win typified the play the team has shown all season with good passing skills and a solid team work ethic.

Some young up and comers played key roles on Thursday, with Jimmy Zong, Sean Connolly and Ryan Schmunk putting in some hard miles to support the team in their victory.

Goal scorers were Jimmy Zong, Pietro Romegoli, Nathan Dahl and Brad Wightman, and the shutout was earned by Nagi Nakagawa.

The Totems’ season record consisted of seven wins and one tie. With this being their second league title in as many years it allows the Totems to advance into Fraser Valley play starting this Tuesday.

Aldergrove defeated MEI from Abbotsford, 10-1 on Oct. 29. The Fraser Valley Championships is a double knock out format so Aldergrove will have a game on Thursday, Oct. 31 as well.

Aldergrove Secondary’s Will Sitter (in white) in senior boys soccer action against Langley Secondary, Thursday, Oct. 24 at McLeod Park. Aldergrove blanked Langley 5-0 and now advances to the Fraser Valley playoffs.

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