Yorkson Wolves’ Saher Habash (right) and Langley Fundamental Titans’ Graham Lewis battle for the ball during Grade 8/9 boys soccer action at Willoughby Community Park last week (Oct. 29). The Titans won 10-2 to finish in top spot during the regular season at 6-0-0 and qualified for the Fraser Valley championships as the top seed. Langley Fundamental plays No. 8 Panoram Ridge today (Thursday) at Willoughby Community Park.

Titans top Wolves, finish in top spot

Langley Fundamental boys' soccer team went 6-0-0 during regular season

The Langley Fundamental Titans finished in top spot and are the No. 1 seed for the Fraser Valley championships.

The Grade 8/9 boys soccer team was 6-0-0 during the regular season and they have drawn No. 8 Panorama Ridge in the opening round of the playoffs.

They completed the regular season with a 10-2 win over the Yorkson Wolves last week.

The game is Nov. 6 at Willoughby Community Park.

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