The Sands Scorpions (white) and the Burnsview Griffins, crosstown North Delta rivals shown clashing earlier this season, are two of the 12 teams taking part in the Coastal AA championships set to begin Monday at Burnaby Lakes. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters 2021. All Rights Reserved)
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Double-A boys high school soccer championship draws are here: Nov. 22, 23 kick-offs for Coastal and North/Interior titles

LANGLEY — B.C.’s best senior boys high school soccer teams will begin a three-day finale starting Monday to determine the best within its provincial Double-A tier, except, like the Subway Bowl football model unveiled earlier this week, teams will be competing for two separate banners.

B.C. School Sports released the Double-A draw late Friday afternoon, one for a 12-team Coastal championship title Monday through Wednesday at the Burnaby Lake Sports Complex, and the other for a two-day, four-team Interior/Northern championship Tuesday and Wednesday at Vernon Athletic Park.

North Delta’s Sands Scorpions, Vancouver’s Notre Dame Jugglers, the Carihi Tyees of Campbell River and the Langley Fundamental Titans are the four top seeds in the Coastal draw.

Semifinals will be played at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, with the championship finals to follow at 2:45 p.m.

The two-day Interior/Northern championship will see each of the four teams play the other three once, with the top two teams playing for the title 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

The boys Triple A draws are likely to be released Monday ahead of  Thursday openers.

Here’s a look at each of the two AA championship draws.




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