Coastal FC U-17 girls team beat Quebec 2-1 in the finals Monday. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Two Surrey teams win national soccer championships

BC Tigers Hurricanes win men’s title, Coastal FC girls are U17 champs in South Surrey

The Coastal FC U-17 girls can now call themselves national champions.

The girls beat Quebec 2-1 in the final match Monday afternoon in the Canadian National Championships, held in South Surrey.

Coastal was up 2-0 by the second half, letting in one goal in the second but maintained the lead until end of the match.

Surrey-based BC Tigers Hurricanes also won the Challenge Cup for national soccer supremacy Monday.

In Saskatoon, the Hurricanes earned a 7-3 victory over a team from Ontario.

It was the first time in 14 years that a B.C.-based team won the title, following Surrey Pegasus’ victory in 2004.

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Coastal FC U-17 girls team beat Quebec 2-1 in the finals Monday. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Coastal FC U-17 girls team beat Quebec 2-1 in the finals Monday. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Coastal FC U-17 girls team beat Quebec 2-1 in the finals Monday. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Coastal FC U-17 girls team beat Quebec 2-1 in the finals Monday. (Aaron Hinks photo)

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