Duncan Christian School third, Dwight fourth in Island soccer tourney

Duncan Christian School placed third and Dwight International School was fourth as DCS played host to the 2014 1A boys Island soccer championship on Oct. 22.

The final came down to a pair of Victoria private schools as Glenlyon Norfolk School edged St. Andrew’s 5-4 in overtime. Both teams have qualified for the provincial championships in Nakusp next month.

DCS got by Dwight 1-0 in the tournament opener, a qualifying quarterfinal, as Johnny Caron scored, assisted by Owen Powell.

DCS later lost to GNS 10-1 in the semifinal, their lone goal coming from Ben Henry, set up by Jesse Greir and Powell.

Dwight defeated Port Hardy in a shootout to take fourth place. The teams were tied 1-1 after regulation, with Kaisei Kunieda scoring Dwight’s goal.

Dwight’s Dallas Paige and DCS’s Josh Dixon were included among the tournament all-stars.

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