Comeault named MVP

Reegan Comeault of the Langley Thunder was named the BC Junior Lacrosse League’s Most Valuable Player at the league awards on Aug. 14.

Comeault was also named to the First Team All Star list.

Comeault lead the Thunder in scoring with 89 points including 37 goals and 52 assists. He also lead the team with 13 power play goals.

Drafted first overall in the 2009 entry draft, Comeault has always been a scoring threat every time he is on the floor.

More importantly, he is noted for being able to read the game and is an excellent play maker, leading the team in assists.

This fall Comeault will attend Ohio State University and is he is looking forward to being a standout for their NCAA Division 1 Field Lacrosse program.

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