The senior boys city soccer champions from Kitsilano have built on their roster by adding recruits from their junior city championship team. The team is stacked with defending champs, but no result is guaranteed said the head senior boys coach Randy Coutts.
“The league is very balanced this year and the parity is excellent,” said Coutts. “The team that gets the best over the next four weeks will have the best opportunity to do well and go deep into the playoffs.”
Kitsilano (1-1-1) sits in third place behind Winston Churchill (2-0-1) in second and the first-place Eric Hamber Griffins (3-0). Lord Byng (0-1-1), the team that challenged Kitsilano in the city final and again in the zone playoffs, has yet to win a game.
Against Magee Sept. 26, Kitilano netted two goals from Luke Patterson and James Soulsbury in a 2-1 win over the Lions.
The players moving up form the junior Demons include George Karvelis, Seb Correa, Noah Tischausser, Devon Mitchell, Taj Sunga, Liam McClean, Nick Finch, Scott Kerr and Bastian Destailleur.
The public school senior boys city playoffs being Oct. 15. The championship game kicks off 3:30 p.m. Oct. 22.
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