Patricia Hall photo The Marine Harvest U18 Upper Island Riptide team 1 are undefeated this season so far.

Marine Harvest Upper Island Riptide U18 Team 1 undefeated

Port Hardy locals Jaylon Grenier and Seth Hanuse both made the team this year.

The Marine Harvest Upper Island Riptide U18 Team 1 beat the Nanaimo Storm 1-0 on Feb. 4 in Comox Valley, putting them at the very top of the league with only one game left in the season.

The Riptide will play Saanich/Prospect Lake next Sunday in Victoria.

After that, the Riptide move to Play Downs, which will determine what team will move on to the Coastal Cup and Provincials this July.

The Riptide have posted a perfect season so far, going 8-0-3, with 27 points.

They have 27 Goals For and only 10 Goals Against.

Port Hardy standouts Jaylon Grenier and Seth Hanuse both made Team 1 this year, representing the North Island with pride.

The Marine Harvest Upper Island Riptide U18 Team 2 has posted a 1-7-1 record this season, with 4 points. They have 10 Goals For, and 38 Goals Against.

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