Award time for Langley FC

Langley FC wrapped up its soccer season with their annual general meeting by handing out its year-end awards.

It was held on April 22.

Among the awards were the two goalkeepers of the year with Caitlynn MacKenzie and Nolan Premack taking top honours for the position, while Brian Picard was named coach of the year.

The outstanding boys team was U12 Barcelona while the U12 Hurricanes won the outstanding girls team.

And the U12 Rebels were named the most sportsmanlike team.

The soccer association also presented the players of the year awards for the club’s U11 to U17/U18 squads.

Those winners included:

Adam Vandenberg (boys) and Maddie Trozzo (girls) won the respective awards for the U11 level while at the U12 level, Tommy Millar and Sevak Lehal shared the honours among the boys teams and Serena Bath won at the girls level.

Riley Ellis (U13 girls), Hailey Ballance (U14 girls), Sandra Wong (U15 girls), Sydney Ahonen (U16 girls) and Cassi Sauer (U17/18 girls) were the other winners.

LFC offers soccer of all levels from as young as four to adult. Registration is currently open for the fall season.

To register, visit or call 604-996-7567.

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