Bobcats lose twice at Valley championships

Season over for Brookswood senior boys soccer team after back-to-back losses

A big victory over their cross-town rivals, the Walnut Grove Gators, qualified the Brookswood Bobcats for the Fraser Valley championships.

But seeded 16th for the senior boys AAA soccer championships, the ’Cats lost 6-0 to the No. 1 seed Charles Best Blue Devils in the opening round and then fell 5-1 to the Semiahmoo Totems to be eliminated in the double knock-out format.

 

Walnut Grove Gator’s Michael Bogomazov (right) tangles with Brookswood Bobcats’s Steven Rettig during senior boys AAA soccer at Willoughby Community Park last week (Oct. 26). The Bobcats won 3-1 to advance to the Fraser Valley championships. Gary Ahuja Langley Times

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