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Bobcats top Kodiaks in East final

Brookswood Bobcats’ Danielle Engel (right) tries to corral the ball while Credo Christian’s Leanne Tams defends. Grade 8/9 girls soccer last week at Brookswood Secondary.The Bobcats won 3-0 to capture top spot in the Fraser Valley East division.   - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Brookswood Bobcats’ Danielle Engel (right) tries to corral the ball while Credo Christian’s Leanne Tams defends. Grade 8/9 girls soccer last week at Brookswood Secondary.The Bobcats won 3-0 to capture top spot in the Fraser Valley East division.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times

The Brookswood Bobcats are seeded second for the eight-team Fraser Valley championships.

The Grade 8/9 girls soccer team scored a 3-0 victory over the visiting Credo Christian Kodiaks on May 10 at Brookswood Secondary.

The two squads were playing for the Fraser Valley East division title and both advance to the Fraser Valleys.

Credo is seeded sixth and plays at No. 3 Archbishop Carney while Brookswood hosts No. 7 Lord Tweedsmuir. Both games are May 16 and should the Bobcats and Kodiaks win their respective games, they will meet in a Fraser Valley semifinal matchup on May 22.

The R.E. Mountain Eagles, who edged H.D. Stafford 1-0 in overtime to finish third, won a crossover game against Panorama Ridge on May 15.  The face top-seed Earl Marriott at South Surrey Athletic Park on May 17.

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