Comox Valley draws 2-2 with Nanaimo

Men's soccer side has four of possible six points from two most recent VISL games

Comox Valley United picked up another valuable point in the standings Saturday as they played to a 2-2 draw with Nanaimo United in The Harbour City.

The result left the two teams tied for sixth place in Div. 1 of the Vancouver Island Soccer League with identical 1-3-1 records.

Graeme McNeill and Zack Stinson scored the Comox Valley goals while Matt Mehrassa and Tony Maestrello bulged the onion bag for Nanaimo. Kyle Bate was the Comox Valley game MVP while Maestrello was MVP for Nanaimo.

Comox Valley is back on the road this Saturday as they are in Victoria to play fourth-place Lakehill McLaren Lighting. Their next home game is Oct. 18 against Westcastle United.

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