SRT Titans on the offensive to start soccer season

The Samuel Robertson Technical Titans had a successful opening month to the senior boys’ high school soccer season.

The Samuel Robertson Technical Titans had a successful opening month to the senior boys’ high school soccer season.

In exhibition play, SRT defeated Thomas Haney 4-0.

Titan senior Bela Piocza notched his first hat trick of the season, while Nick Mattson chipped in a goal of his own.

This match proved to be an excellent warmup for their league game against  the Pitt Meadows Marauders.

The Titans continued with their goal-scoring prowess, pouring in six goals against the Marauders.

Piocza added two more to his season total, while teammates Ole Osborg (with two goals), Jae Riley and Mattson also found the back of the net.

The final score was 6-1 for SRT.

The Titans then hosted the Wildcats from Westview in a much more defensive battle that ended in a 3-3 draw.

Goal scorers for SRT were Rhys Caverly, Taiki  Suguci and Piocza.

 

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