Last season, Panorama Ridge and Fleetwood Park battled for B.C. girls high school soccer supremacy. The battle hits the zone championship stage this week. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of
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Richmond’s McMath new No. 1 in B.C. girls AAA soccer, South Delta & Centennial set for Fraser Valley title clash

A new No. 1 reflects the parity of the pack. 

Richmond’s R.A. McMath Wildcats, ahead of its 3:30 p.m. zone semifinal clash Tuesday at Minoru Park against visiting Lord Byng of Vancouver, has moved into the hot seat in the run-up to the B.C. tourney, now just over two weeks away.

Undefeated McMath goes in as the favourite against the Grey Ghosts with the winner to face the victors in the other semifinal clash, this one pitting No. 3 Kitsilano and Sir Winston Churchill (3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jericho Park).

The championship final is slated for Thursday.

Here’s a look at this week’s rankings (released prior to this week’s action):


1 R.A. McMath Wildcats (Richmond) (LW-2)

2 Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria) (3)

3 Kitsilano Blue Demons (Vancouver) (6) 

4 Kelowna Owls (7) 

5 Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam) (8) 

6 Argyle Pipers (North Vancouver) (1) 

7 Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils (Coquitlam) (10)

8 South Delta Sun Devils (4)

9 Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) (HM)

10 Sardis Falcons (Chilliwack) (5) 

Honourable mention —Oak Bay Breakers (Victoria) (HM), Riverside Rapids (Port Coquitlam) (HM), Fleetwood Park Dragons (Surrey) (9)

In the Fraser Valley, Monday’s action saw the zone enter its semifinal round.

South Delta beat Panorama Ridge 2-0, while Centennial beat Dr. Charles Best 4-2 in OT.

That sets up a South Delta vs. Centennial clash for the Fraser Valley title, 2 p.m. Thursday at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

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