South Coast Baptist take out State final

Aiden BoyhamSound Telegraph

South Coast Baptist College’s Year 9-10 boys’ soccer team have tasted success in the State final of the WA School Sport Intermediate Boys competition, after they easily defeated Shenton College 5-1.

Repeating their success from 2016, the boys went back-to-back with goals from Dylan Rogers, Luron Peters, Albert Fullard and a double from Noah Winstrom.

South Coast Baptist College football director Stephen Post-huma was delighted with the team’s performance and said the win was a reflection of the school’s program.

“For us being a program that is only two-and-a-half years old, it is a very good sign and a reflection of the level of training and effort the coaches and players put in day to day,” Posthuma said.

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“It highlights the quality of coaches and the quality of players here at the school.”

On their way to the final, South Coast Baptist College knocked off traditional powerhouses John Curtin and Lynwood Senior High School with 1-0 and 5-0 wins, respectively.

The action will continue to come thick and fast for South Coast Baptist College, with the school’s junior boys to jet off to Singapore next month.

During the Asian trip, the team will get a taste of international competition as they face off against sides from the likes of Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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