Chargers finish 14th at B.C. school soccer championships

The Duncan Christian Chargers reached the single-A boys provincial soccer championships.

In just their second year of existence after a six-year absence, the Duncan Christian Chargers reached the single-A boys provincial soccer championships this fall, and managed a 14th-place finish.

The Chargers started off with back-to-back-to-back losses to Aberdeen, Unity Christian and West Point Grey, before defeating Nakusp 4-0 on goals by Owen Powell, Noah Corbett and Tim Wilson, along with an own goal, while Morgan Cook very nearly scored on a penalty shot.

In their fifth match, the Chargers held a 2-1 lead over Mulgrave on goals by Minseok Kim and Powell before the North Vancouver school came back to win 4-2.

Powell was named the winner of the Commissioner’s Award. The Chargers were coached by Chris Muller and Ian Smith.

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