The L.V. Rogers boys soccer team are off to the AA provincials next month after winning the Kootenay championship this past weekend. The team includes: (back L-R) Coach Jamie Spendlove

Nelson soccer boys off to provincials

The L.V. Rogers Bombers earned a spot in the BC High School AA Boys provincial championships on Saturday with a pair of victories.

The L.V. Rogers Bombers earned a spot in the BC High School AA Boys provincial championships on Saturday with a pair of victories.

The boy’s team beat both Prince Charles Secondary of Creston and David Thompson of Invermere in the Kootenay playdowns in Creston.

Ryan Lewis scored two goals against Invermere and singles came from Luis Loeschnick, Daniel Rodman and Cormac Southam as the Bombers crushed their East Kootenay competition 5-0.

In the Prince Charles match it was Simon Sheppard with a pair and Lewis with the single in the 3-0 victory.

The provincials will take place in Burnaby on the November 20 to 22 weekend.

 

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