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UPDATE: Bombers take 12th at AA Boy's Soccer Championships

The Nelson Daily Sports
By The Nelson Daily Sports
November 21st, 2013

The L.V. Rogers Bombers lost 3-0 to Victoria’s Lambrick Park in consolation round action Wednesday at the B.C. High School AA Boy’s Soccer Championships in Burnaby.

The loss dropped the Bombers into 12th spot in the 16-team field.

LVR struggled throughout the tournament to score goals, and the final game was no different.

Lambrick pumped three goals past a Bomber defence that had surrendered markers prior to Wednesday’s consolation loss.

LVR scored just one time in the tournament.

St. Thomas Aquinas won the tournament defeating Okanagan Mission 1-0 in shootout.

Archbishop Carney of Coquitlam won the bronze over Gulf Islands.

LVR advanced to the AA tournament by dominating the Kootenay High School zones for the second consecutive year.

Bombers play for 11th-12th at High School Soccer Championships

Tuesday was a win/loss day for the L.V. Rogers Bombers at the B.C. High School AA Boy’s Soccer Championships in Burnaby.

The results dropped LVR into a consolation round game Wednesday morning.

LVR opened the day with a narrow, shootout win over MEI of Abbotsford.

The positive result pushed the Bombers into third spot in pool play, setting up a contest later in the day Wednesday against DP Todd of Prince George.

However, the northern squad pumped in two goals to dump LVR 2-0.

LVR now playes for 11/12 placing Wednesday.

Tough start for Bombers at Double-A Provincial Soccer Tourney

The L.V. Rogers Bombers got off to a rough start on Day One of the B.C. High School AA Boy’s Soccer Championships in Burnaby.

The Bombers lost the opener 3-1 to Sahali of Kamloops before being shutout by Gulf Islands 3-0.

The two losses makes it tough for LVR to advance to the champoinship round of the 16-team tournament.

LVR concludes the round robin Tuesday against MEI of Abbotsford.

The playoff round begins Tuesday afternoon with the final set for Wednesday at 11:45 a.m.


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