NBIAA-ASINB 2018 Senior Soccer Championships

November 5, 2018 by  
Filed under Provincial and Territorial News





AAA Boys’ École Secondaire Népisiguit Fredericton High School
AAA Girls’ École Secondaire Népisiguit Rothesay Netherwood
AA Boys’ Rothesay High School Polyvalente Roland-Pépin
AA Girls’ James M Hill High School Southern Victoria High
A Boys’ École Samuel-de-Champlain École Mgr Marcel-François-Richard
A Girls’ École Mgr Marcel-François-Richard Hartland Community School


Senior A Girls

Senior AA Girls

Senior AAA Girls



Senior A Boys

Senior AA Boys

Senior AAA Boys



A dream season for Jaguars at the Samuel-de-Champlain School Center

The senior men’s soccer team at the Samuel-de-Champlain School Center concluded a dream season by winning the provincial banner at the New Brunswick High School Championship “A” last weekend in Hartland. The Jaguars have at the same time kept a perfect record throughout the season and in tournaments.

In the semifinals, the Jaguars won by the score of 3-0 against Petitcodiac. Scorers were Atibu Pacific with two goals and Thierry Djendoué. Opponents of the other semifinal, the Mgr-Marcel-Francois-Richard School of Saint-Louis-de-Kent, defeated Sir James Dunn Academy of St. Andrews by a score of 5-0. The hopes were thus allowed for the two victorious teams for the final.

The Jaguars, who had lost this final last year, were hoping for a different conclusion this time. Thanks to something from Thierry Djendoué’s hat, the Jaguars won by the mark of 3 to 0! Coaches Dominic Girard and Pierre LeBlanc were very proud of their protégés after the tournament: “Throughout my coaching career, I have never had a team with such depth, either at the inter-school or AAA level. Any player on our team can play on the pitch and the result will always be the same. We could not be more proud of this group of young men, “said Mr. Girard.

The 2018 season was particularly good: with 55 goals for and only 2 against, the Jaguars finished the season with a 10-0-0 record. This outstanding record also includes exhibition games against “AA” level opponents, including a 4-1 win over provincial champions in this category.

Remember that six Jaguar players were finishing their interscholastic soccer career at the end of this season. The 2019 edition will have to do much to try to repeat the exploits of 2018, but the coaches are convinced to have a good core of players. In short, it is possible to consider the next season with optimism.

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