FSJSS boys soccer team off to provincial championships

The FSJSS boys soccer team is on their way to the provincial championships after winning 2nd place at the Zones Tournament in Prince George.

  • Oct. 28, 2015 4:00 p.m.

Fort St. James Secondary School boys soccer team heads to provincial championships after winning 2nd place at Zones tournament.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The FSJSS boys soccer team is on their way to the provincial championships.

“The team played very well at the Zone Tournament in Prince George,” coach James Waddell said. Waddell has been thrilled with coaching the team this year.

“They finished 2nd at Zones and now off to the provincials,’ Waddell said.

FSJSS defeated Mountain Christian School 4 -1 and they won against Westside 1-0.

FSJSS lost to Burns Lake but made a determined come back to defeat Fraser Lake 1-0 in the end.

The team will travel to Kamloops for the Single A Boys Provincial Championships on Nov. 4 – 7.

 

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