Three titles for soccer clubs

Langley United finishes first in three age groups over the weekend

Langley United's U15 squad (above) and U18 (below) teams were two of three local teams to win their respective league titles over the weekend.

Three Langley United soccer teams were victorious in their 5-District league championship finals over the weekend.

In the U18 division, Langley United Kragt posted an impressive 4-0 victory over SUS Legends at Newton Athletic Park.

The U16 Langley United squad faced a much more intense game. After being up 1-0 for most of the game, they conceded the tying goal late in regulation, but recovered to take the title in a shootout victory.

That game was played at Ladner’s Holly Park Turf field.

And the U13 Langley United Secondino team won their league title with a 4-1 win over NDS Royals at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

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