Bluebacks show determination in 4-0 victory against Alberni

It was clear from the first minute that the Bluebacks had showed up to win

With a blue sky and a slight chill in the air, Campbell River’s Bluebacks Rep soccer team took the field against the Port Alberni Rep team.

It was clear from the first minute that the Bluebacks had showed up to win. And win they did, by a score of 4-0. The Bluebacks moved the ball continually, keeping the passes quick and on target and keeping Alberni on their heels.

With spectacular team work the Bluebacks kept control of the play maintaining possession in the Alberni end for most of the first half. Precision passing and a bit of fancy footwork led to two goals off of Dylan Sparling and Brady Lagos’ boots.

The second half of the match was much the same with the Bluebacks continuing to dominate .

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