Coastal FC's Dylan Smith gets his head to the ball ahead of North Delta Lions defender Isaac Kyei during a Fraser Valley Soccer League game Saturday at South Surrey Athletic Park. North Delta won the Premier Division contest 4-0.

Lions blank Coastal FC

North Delta tied for third in FVSL Premier Division

Coastal FC is still looking for their first win of the Fraser Valley Soccer League season.

North Delta defeated Coastal FC 4-0 in a Premier Division game Saturday at South Surrey Athletic Park to improve to 2-1-1 (won-tied-lost) on the season, tied for third place. Coastal FC dropped to 0-0-4.

Nick Baronian scored twice for North Delta, with Cam Kamensik and Matt Ormerod adding singles. Toscanny Pandu-Oesman was credited with the shutout.

The Lions will travel to Langley to face Aldergrove United Friday night. Aldergrove leads the league with a perfect 4-0-0 record.

Coastal FC will visit SFC Temple United, also on Friday, at Newton Athletic Park. Temple United lost 3-1 to the Westcoast FC Selects last week, falling to 0-0-4.

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