LANGLEY — Ahead of the start of the 2019 B.C. senior boys Triple A soccer championships at Burnaby Lake on Nov. 21, the nitty-gritty of the new zone championships are coming together to reveal yet another talented field of provincial contenders.
The latest top 10 rankings are below.
On Thursday at Newton Athletic Park, South Delta and Panorama Ridge clash for the South Fraser zone championship final.
Coquitlam’s Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils will face Burnaby’s Moscrop Panthers in the inaugural Fraser North Zone title match, 3 p.m. Thursday at Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park. Terry Fox will also play Port Moody in a loser-out match.
Also on Thursday, the Abbotsford Panthers visit Sardis Secondary at 2:45 p.m. for the first Fraser Valley East zone title match.
At 1 p.m. Thursday at Empire Field, Vancouver College, the defending B.C. champs, face North Vancouver’s Handsworth Royals in the first-ever Sea-to-Sky Zone title match. Argyle and Kitsilano open the action at 1 p.m. at Empire in a loser-out match.
In other news, Guildford Park beat Fleetwood Park 2-1 on Tuesday to earn a B.C. tourney berth for the Sabres and send the Dragons home for the season.
Here are the latest Top 10 rankings:
1 Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) (LW-1)
2 Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils (Coquitlam) (3)
3 Handsworth Royals (4)
4 Moscrop Panthers (Burnaby) (5)
5 Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria) (7)
6 Royal Bay Ravens (Victoria) (9)
7 South Delta Sun Devils (10)
8 Vancouver College Fighting Irish (NR)
9 Terry Fox Ravens (Port Coquitlam) (HM)
10 Sardis Falcons (Chilliwack) (HM)
Honourable mention — L.A. Matheson Mustangs (Surrey) (HM), Oak Bay Bays (Victoria) (HM), Kitsilano Blue Demons (Vancouver) (NR), Port Moody Blues (NR).
Dropped out — St. George’s Saints (Vancouver) (2), Fleetwood Park Dragons (Surrey) (6), Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam) (8)
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