Kyle Hope and Noah Conkin battle for the ball during a soccer game between Castelgar and Bulkley Valley/Trail on Wednesday

Under 18 boys soccer game close through first half

Castlegar soccer team looks to bounce back after tough start to season

The under Kootenay South Youth Soccer Association is in full swing and the under 18 boys from Castlegar and Bulkley Valley/Trail went at it on the soccer pitch at the Kiwanis Field in Castlegar on Wednesday, May 8.

It was the second time the two teams have faced each other this season with BV/Trail winning both games. Castlegar has yet to grab a victory through their previous five games.

The score on this night was 4 – 1 though it was tied through the first half.

The Castlegar team plays again at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, May 13 at Rossland.

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