SURREY — Cloverdale Athletic Park in Surrey will welcome the province’s best for a three-day run (May 29-31) beginning this coming Wednesday.
SURREY — Raegan Mackenzie’s well-placed blast off an indirect free kick 25 minutes in wound up holding as the winner, lifting defending B.C. AAA champion Centennial Centaurs to a 2-1 win over Surrey’s Panorama Ridge Thunder in Fraser Valley’s top-tiered title game Thursday afternoon at Cloverdale Athletic Park.
TSAWWASSEN — As accomplished as they are as B.C.’s reigning top-tiered girls high school soccer champions, Coquitlam’s dynamic Centennial Centaurs aren’t above having their collective re-set button pushed in preparation for what they hope is a long and healthy run to a repeat title.At their best, like they were upon hitting full attack mode Monday […]
SURREY — Battle-scarred but unbowed, Simran Billen has arrived at a truce with her pain.
LANGLEY — Decisive wins over Riverside and Heritage Woods pushed Coquitlam’s Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils to a perfect 5-0 in Fraser Valley North play this past week.
LANGLEY — Big changes atop the B.C. senior girls Triple A soccer rankings this week.
LANGLEY — It’s the defending B.C. champions and the team they went to overtime to beat in 2018 provincial final.The Centennial Centaurs and Fleetwood Park Dragons are Nos. 1-2 to start a new season of B.C. senior girls AAA soccer.The Centaurs have already won the Guildford Park invitational, while the Dragons claimed first place at […]
SURREY — Ask Sunny Uppal about his days playing under the most decorated coach in the history of U Sports men’s soccer, and one thing stands out above all others.“I played three seasons at UBC under Mike Mosher (2001-03) and he always told us that winning is a habit,” related Uppal of the legendary head […]
LANGLEY — Welcome to Day 1 of B.C. Recruits List Week here at Varsity Letters. We will preview a sport a day through this week with the entire list set for Sunday publication. Today, we begin with soccer.
VANCOUVER — Nineteen years ago, on the occasion of winning his first B.C. Triple A senior girls soccer title as the rookie head coach of Coquitlam’s Centennial Centaurs, Larry Moro knew he had experienced something that was as special as they come.