Pitt Meadows qualifies for high school soccer provincials

The Pitt Meadows secondary senior boys soccer team has qualified for the AA provincial championships in Burnaby Nov. 21-23

The Pitt Meadows secondary senior boys soccer team has qualified for the AA provincial championships in Burnaby Nov. 21-23, and they are on a roll.

The group has won their last five games straight, and in their last four games the team has not conceded any goals.

“I am pleasantly surprised with the team’s performance in the last two weeks,” said coach Mike Oldridge.

“This is the first time since 2010 that Pitt has appeared in the provincials.”

On Oct. 31 the Marauders beat  the MEI Eagles of Abbotsford 2-0, earning the eighth seed (lowest) in the Fraser Valleys.

On Nov. 1 at Abbotsford Traditional, Pitt won 5-0.

On Nov. 3 at Sands secondary in Delta, Pitt got a 1-0 result.

Their next game will be Nov. 10, the Fraser Valley final, when Pitt faces third-ranked Archbishop Carney.

 

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