Junior Thunder remain undefeated

Thomas Haney takes first two playoff games in convincing fashion

The Thomas Haney Thunder thumped the Pitt Meadow Marauders 8-0 in Grade 8/9 boy's playoff action Wednesday and remain undefeated.

The Thomas Haney Thunder Grade 8/9 boys’ soccer team maintained its perfect season after sweeping a pair of playoff games on Oct. 26 and 28.

The Thunder opened the week on Monday by topping Arch Bishop Carney 3-1. Vincent Timperio led the team with the first two goals, while Seba Boseup rounded out the scoring.

Head coach Glenn Urquhart said Philip Mayfield played another great game up front, expertly controlling the ball and making the smart pass every time.

The Thunder then went on to pound the Pitt Meadows Marauders 8-0 on Wednesday.

Ivica Feigalstock scored two goals while goalie Nick Stroud made a penalty kick save.

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