LANGLEY — Surrey’s Panorama Ridge Thunder continued its roll atop the provincial boys AAA soccer Top 10 rankings for another week. The latest rankings:SENIOR BOYSTRIPLE A1 Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) (LW-1) 2 St. George’s Saints (Vancouver) (2) 3 Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils (Coquitlam) (3)4 Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria) (4)5 Handsworth Royals (6)6 Moscrop Panthers (Burnaby) (7)7 Argyle […]
TSAWWASSEN — B.C.’s No. 1-ranked senior boys soccer team lives by its first team rule so well, that it has been allowed to do what just comes naturally.Manmeet Jhutty and Jeevan Dhaliwal scored first-half goals, while Armaan Bhagwani scored a pair in the second half to carry Surrey’s top-rated Panorama Ridge Thunder to a convincing […]
Port Coquitlam’s Terry Fox Ravens continue to move the needle forward coming out of the Fraser North.Monday’s 1-1 win over classic rival Centennial pushed the Ravens record to 3-1 and made them the week’s big climber.League mate Dr. Charles Best also climbed back into the upper tier of the Top 10 following its 1-0 win […]
NORTH DELTA — It’s much too premature to start predicting a championship one full decade after it won the first school title in its school’s history.
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, […]
SOCCERSENIOR BOYSTRIPLE APRESEASON1 Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils (Coquitlam)2 Argyle Pipers (North Vancouver)3 Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) 4 Burnaby South Rebels5 Vancouver College Fighting Irish6 Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria)7 Kitsilano Blue Demons (Vancouver)8 St. George’s Saints (Vancouver)9 Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam)10 Sullivan Heights Stars (Surrey)Honourable mention — Fleetwood Park Dragons (Surrey), Sardis Falcons (Chilliwack), Oak Bay Bays (Victoria), […]
VANCOUVER — It’s never easy to change the culture of a sports program over the course of one season, yet you wouldn’t be off base if you said that is precisely what happened with the new B.C. senior boys AAA soccer champions from Vancouver College.
BURNABY — Back in 2017, Jacob Sol was the underclassman whose heroics helped his older teammates put a gold-medal finish on their schoolboy soccer careers.
PORT COQUITLAM — In a lot of ways, you can call John Murphy the ultimate Terry Fox Raven. If history lessons are needed to sweep away the cobwebs of the 25 years which have passed since the hard-nosed guard helped his school win its first-ever B.C. senior boys basketball title, then so be it.
LANGLEY — Standing just off to the side of pandemonium, Geoff Labine spied the scene unfolding at one end of the pitch at South Surrey Athletic Park just over a week ago.