Ramblers comeback falls short

Senior AAA team record drops to 1-5 in Fraser Valley league play

The Maple Ridge Ramblers’ late rally wasn’t enough as they fell 3-2 to the Centennial Centaurs in senior boys’ AAA Fraser Valley zone soccer action Tuesday in Coquitlam.

The undermanned Ramblers fell behind the could Centaurs before staging a late rally.

Ramblers’ Sten Kiben and Zachary Romeo scored to pull MRSS within one but the team couldn’t catch a break and tie the match up. Marko Kolobara was a standout in goal while Eligah Otwey had a strong game for the Ramblers. The Ramblers have a record of one win and five losses on the season.

• The next game for the team is Tuesday, Oct. 27 at Merkley Park against Gleneagle Secondary.

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