U18 Langley United Kragt.

Langley United squads golden

Langley is home to district champions.

Atrio of Langley United Soccer Association (LUYSA) teams rose to the top over the weekend.

The LUYSA teams came first in their respective pools at the Five District league championship finals.

The U18 Langley United Kragt – coached by Bernie Kragt and Jesse Stahl – blanked the Surrey United Soccer (SUS) Legends 4-0 Sunday at Newton Athletic Park.

A LUYSA U16 squad, coached by Rick Wright and Marcel Gottwald, assisted by Jordan Wright, beat Aldergrove 2-1 in a shootout Saturday at Ladner’s Holly Park Turf.

Langley scored midway through the first half before Aldergrove answered with a few minutes left, forcing a shootout.

As well, the U13 Langley United Secondino downed Aldergrove 4-1 Saturday.

United is coached by Mario Secondino and Dave Neufeld.



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