LUSA hands out hardware

Langley United Soccer Association celebrated the end of its winter soccer season with its annual awards night.

The event was held at the Township of Langley’s Fraser River Theatre on April 24.

Among the presentations was the announcement of the LUSA all-star youth teams for both boys and girls.

Kevin Dahl (U17), Scott Lalley (U17), Braeden Owen (U17), Matt Buehler (U17) Luke Smith (U15), Trevor Bonneteau (U15), Ryan Freda (U14), Dave Chang (U16), Connor Roberts (U16, Travis Brown (U13) and Yeshua Silwamba (U12) made up the boys team.

The girls team consisted of Jenna Mitchell (U14), Mackenzie Quinn (U14), Danja Fredrickson (U14), Mikayla Yearwood (U14), Brooke Mussche (U13), Delaney Scholz (U13), Jenna Dolphin (U13), Larissa DeWolff (U18), Jasmine Jeffreys (U18), Sian Jeffreys (U18) and Kara Lockhart (U18).

The President’s Trophy for the top boys team went to Langley United’s U18 Division 2 squad coached by Peter Coesel and Terry McHale while the top girls team was the U14 Division 2 team coached by Shane Yarwood and Dave Major.

The outstanding senior team was Langley United’s men’s Division 2 Dynamo team, which was coached by Chad Spurgeon.

The Justin Priebe Memorial Trophy went to the girls’ U13 Division 3 squad, which was coached by Rich Collie and Raymond De Giusti.

And the Annie Flowerdew Sportsmanship Award went to the boys’ U15 Division1 team coached by Ian Smith.

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