Fresh off its second place finish at the Fraser Valley AA boys soccer championships, the Aldergrove Totems are currently making history.
The Totems earned a berth to the B.C. championships, which kicked off Monday (Nov. 19) and continues until Thursday (Nov. 22) at Burnaby Lake Athletic Complex.
This is ACSS's first ever qualification into provincial play in soccer.
ACSS is traditionally a rugby school.
This year's Totems are very excited to be opening new doors for the school and community.
The Totems posted a 6-1-1 record in league play to win the Langley district and had to battle past two very strong teams to advance to the Fraser Valley final.
En route to the final, the Totems edged Maple Ridge's Samuel Robertson Technical Secondary 2-1 in overtime, then downed Delview a 1-0 in penalty kicks to earn a spot in the championship game against a very strong Arch Bishop Carney team.
In last Thursday's title contest, the Totems competed well in the first half, trailing 1-0, only to fade in the second half before losing by a final score of 5-0.
For the Stars from Port Coquitlam, this marked the third straight year that the private school had made it to the AA Fraser Valley final.
Carney dominated its league, outscoring its opposition 49-5.