Comox Valley United hosts Vic West Saturday in VISL Div. 1 match

Local men's soccer side one of only two undefeated teams in Div. 1

If the trend continues, Comox Valley United is in line to post a win this Saturday when they host Vic West in Vancouver Island Soccer League Div. 1 action.

United is one of only two undefeated teams in Div. 1 (2-0-2) and are alone in third place in the 10-team division. They have gone win-tie-win-tie in their first four games, setting the stage for a win this Saturday against fifth-place Vic West (0-2-2). Game time is 6 p.m. at the Vanier Turf Field.

On Oct. 3 in Courtenay, United drew 1-1 with VI Wave. Grayson Chalifoux scored the United goal and was named both Comox MVP and Comox Rookie.

At their Sept. 26 home opener United delighted their fans with a convincing 4-0 win over Westcastle United.

Tyler Laitinen, Chalifoux, Tom Butcher and Kyle Bate took care of the scoring while Stuart Ayres and Mack Zirkl combined to post the shutout.

Butcher was named Comox MVP while Ayres was Comox Rookie.

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