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Credo Christian Kodiaks’ Karen Dreigen (left) and Mountain Eagles’ Kayla Cumberland race for the ball along the sideline during Grade 8/9 girls soccer action at Credo Christian School last week (May 1). The Kodiaks won 4-0 and then finished their regular season with a 3-0 loss to the D.W. Poppy Redhawks on Tuesday. They finished the regular season with a 6-2-2 record and were second in league play, finishing behind Poppy. Both teams, as well as the third-place Brookswood Bobcats, will advance to next week’s Fraser Valley championships. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Credo Christian Kodiaks’ Karen Dreigen (left) and Mountain Eagles’ Kayla Cumberland race for the ball along the sideline during Grade 8/9 girls soccer action at Credo Christian School last week (May 1). The Kodiaks won 4-0 and then finished their regular season with a 3-0 loss to the D.W. Poppy Redhawks on Tuesday. They finished the regular season with a 6-2-2 record and were second in league play, finishing behind Poppy. Both teams, as well as the third-place Brookswood Bobcats, will advance to next week’s Fraser Valley championships.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times

The Credo Christian Kodiaks are one of three Langley teams to qualify for the Fraser Valley championships.

The Grade 8/9 girls soccer team closed the regular season with a 4-0 win at home over the R.E. Mountain Eagles before losing on the road, 3-0 to the D.W. Poppy Redhawks on May 6.

Poppy finished first in the league with a record of 9-1-0 and 27 points. Credo was second with 20 points and a 6-2-2 record.

Taking third place — and the final berth for the upcoming Fraser Valley championships — were the Brookswood Bobcats who finished 5-3-2.

Poppy earns a bye straight to the quarter-final round of the Fraser Valley championships while Credo and Brookswood face opening round games on May 13.

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