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Valley grabs three medals at B.C.’s

Valley Ball Hockey Association’s Nicholas Hall (right) provides some tough defence against his Delta opponent during the semifinal game of the majors division at the ball hockey provincial championships.  - Garrett James/Langley Times
Valley Ball Hockey Association’s Nicholas Hall (right) provides some tough defence against his Delta opponent during the semifinal game of the majors division at the ball hockey provincial championships.
— image credit: Garrett James/Langley Times

As the host team, the Valley Ball Hockey Association made sure it won its share of medals at the B.C. provincial championships last week.

Three local squads found the podium at the week-long event played at the George Preston Recreation Centre and the Aldergrove Arena.

Leading the way was the VBHA’s entry in the junior division, which fell to Metro in the gold medal game.

And VBHA teams also won a pair of bronze medals.

The Snipers (pup) and Vipers (major) placed third, respectively, in their divisions.

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