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Cowichan dumps Kelsey in soccer

Cowichan T-Bird’s soccer squad snuck in a win from Frances Kelsey Secondary School Wednesday, Sept. 27.

“Cowichan controlled much of the play and took advantage of a superbly placed cross from Aaron Fisher and finished off into the back of the net by Johannes Seigel at the 31- minute mark,” Cowichan secondary’s director of athletics Ron Glass reported.

Going into the second half 1-0 for Cowichan, Kelsey pressed the ‘Birds, almost converting on a “mad scramble from corner kick,” before Kelsey appeared to have tied the match, “but mid-fielder Kodi Archbold cleared the ball from the goal line,” Glass said.

“As Kelsey continued to chase the game numerous opportunities opened up for Cowichan, but none were converted.”

Cowichan’s next match was Wednesday, Oct. 5 at Dover Bay, Nanaimo.

The squad plays host to Alberni at the Cowichan Sportsplex for their next home game Wednesday, Oct. 12.

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