Championship month for mighty Langley Titans

The LFC Titans lived up to their name this season.

The U18 girls soccer team won three cups, all in a span of two weeks.

This marks first year the team has accomplished this feat.

And for most of the players, this is their final season playing organized soccer.

The Titans won their league cup on Sunday, April 13.

Then, the very next day, they took on rival Aldergrove United and captured the Fraser Valley Championship Cup in a shootout.

This past Sunday (April 27) the Titans played on their home field, where they clipped the North Vancouver Eagles 3-2 to win the BCCGSL (BC Coastal Cup).

“This has been such an amazing year for them and they are such a great group of girls,” Titans manager Mirella Mykle said. “Their coaches Rob Scott and Patti Dundas did an amazing job. Most of these girls have played together for years.”

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