Aldergrove Totems finish seventh at soccer provincials

The Fraser Valley champions finish seventh in the provincials, Nov. 18-20 at Burnaby Lake Sport Complex.

Aldergrove Secondary Totems senior boys soccer team finished seventh in the Provincial AA High School Soccer Championship with a convincing win over Hugh McRoberts Wednesday, Nov. 20.

The Totems won the school’s very first Fraser Valley AA Soccer Championship, Nov. 7 with a 3-2 win over Arch Bishop Carney school to enter the provincials, Nov. 18-20 at Burnaby Lake Sport Complex.

Aldergrove tied their first game 1-1 vs. DP Todd and tied second 1-1 vs. St Thomas Aquinas, Nov. 18 in Pool D.

Aldergrove then defeated Hugh Boyd 4-0 for second place in Pool D and advanced to play Sa-Hali (2nd place in Pool C) on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 19. This game was won by Sa-Hali with a penalty kick score of 4-3, setting the Totems up for the seventh place game against Hugh McRoberts on Nov. 20.

Scores and standings as of Tuesday morning, Nov. 19:

Pool D:

Aldergrove – DP Todd 1-1 tie

Hugh Boyd – St Thomas Aquinas 0-0

Aldergrove – St Thomas Aquinas 1-1

DP Todd – Hugh Boyd 1-0

Aldergrove – Hugh Boyd 4-0

St Thomas Aquinas – DP Todd 2-0

Pool D

Aldergrove 5 points/ 2nd

Hugh Boyd 1 point/ 4th

St Thomas Aquinas 5 points/ 1st

DP Todd 4 points/ 3rd

Aldergrove Secondary Totems senior boys soccer team celebrates the school’s very first Fraser Valley AA Soccer Championship, Nov. 7 with a 3-2 win over Arch Bishop Carney school. The team is now in the provincials, Nov. 18-20 at Burnaby Lake Sport Complex. -HARRY HUNT PHOTO

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