Fort St. James Secondary School Senior Boys Soccer Team: off to provincials

The Senior Boys Soccer Team from Fort St. James Secondary School competed in the Zones Tournament in Prince George from Oct. 20-22.

  • Oct. 26, 2016 6:00 p.m.

The boys senior soccer team from Fort St. James Secondary School make it to the Provincials.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The Senior Boys Soccer Team from Fort St. James Secondary School competed in the Zones Tournament in Prince George from Oct. 20-22.

The team played five games.

All in all, they came in second place and will be travelling to the Provincials in Surrey, B.C. in November.

Coach James Waddell is thrilled with the outcome.

“This is the second year in a row the boys will be representing our zone at the provincials,” Waddell said.

The tournament will be taking place from Nov. 7-9.

The team will be competing against 15 other teams from British Columbia.

Results:

4-2 win vs FLESS

6-2 win vs Bella Coola

1-0 win vs LDSS

2-1 shootout loss vs Westside

3-0 win vs FLESS

Zone Standings:

1st Westside

2nd FSJSS

3rd FLESS

4th LDSS

5th Northside

6th Bella Coola

 

 

 

 

 

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