ICST Pegasus continues to roll through the competition in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League.
They improved their record to 8-0-0 (won-tied-lost) with a one-sided 3-0 win over Columbus FC last Saturday in Vancouver, maintaining their lead atop the Premier Division at two points over West Van FC (7-1-0).
The Surrey side needed 40 minutes to get their first goal, a tally from Javid Khan for a 1-0 Peagasus lead at halftime.
Sahil Sandhu added a second goal with 20 minutes to play, and Shahbaz Khattra netted the third with a few minutes remaining.
Pegasus will host 2-3-3 FC Burnaby tomorrow (Friday) at 8:45 p.m. at Newton Athletic Park.
West Van FC kept pace with a 2-0 win over the Surrey United Firefighters at Cloverdale Athletic Park. After holding their opponents scoreless in the first half, United surrendered a pair of goals after the break and fell to 2-4-2 on the season, tied for fifth place with the Langley Hurricanes.
The Firefighters visit the last-place Vancouver Olympics (0-5-2) tomorrow in New Westminster.
CCBRT United fell 4-1 to Inter FC Friday at Newton Athletic Park, falling to 2-1-5 and ninth place in the 12-team Premier Division. Inter FC went into the game winless after six games.
David Hill tallied for CCBRT with 25 minutes remaining and United already trailing 4-0.
CCBRT United will be in Vancouver tomorrow for a match with 3-1-2 Croatia SC.