Surrey's Panorama Ridge Thunder are back on top of the B.C. senior boys AAA soccer rankings. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2019. All Rights Reserved)
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B.C. Boys Soccer Top 10 rankings 10.03.19: Surrey’s Panorama Ridge Thunder survive topsy-turvy week to move into No. 1 spot

Welcome to the first-in-season edition of the B.C. senior boys AAA soccer Top 10.

This past week’s results did a lot to shift the form of the preseason chart. The scores that most impacted?

On the North Shore, former No. 2 Argyle lost to Carson Graham, who in turn lost to new No. 9 Handsworth.

On Vancouver Island, unranked Claremont drew with former No. 6 Reynolds.

In the new Fraser Valley North, former No. 1 Dr. Charles Best of Coquitlam drew with PoCo’s Archbishop Carney, while both Centennial and Terry Fox helped their cause by getting off to impressive 2-0 starts.

In the South Fraser, new No. 1 Panorama Ridge outscored its foes 6-0 over a pair of season-opening clean sheets to move to the top of the heap.




1 Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) (LW-3) 

2 Vancouver College Fighting Irish (5) 

3 Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam) (9) 

4 Sullivan Heights Stars (Surrey) (10) 

5 St. George’s Saints (Vancouver) (8) 

6 Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils (Coquitlam) (1)

7 Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria) (6) 

8 South Delta Sun Devils (HM)

9 Handsworth Royals

10 Fleetwood Park Dragons (Surrey) (HM)

Honourable mention —Oak Bay Bays (Victoria) (HM), Moscrop Panthers (Burnaby) (NR), Argyle Pipers (North Vancouver) (2), Terry Fox Ravens (Port Coquitlam) (NR)

Dropped out — Burnaby South Rebels (4), Kitsilano Blue Demons (Vancouver) (7), Sardis Falcons (Chilliwack) (HM).

(B.C. Boys High School Soccer)

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