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Langley rallies to down Lakers

Reegan Comeault had three goals and three assists as the Langley Junior Thunder defeated the Burnaby Junior Lakers 11-9 at the Langley Events Centre on June 28. - Pete Staff
Reegan Comeault had three goals and three assists as the Langley Junior Thunder defeated the Burnaby Junior Lakers 11-9 at the Langley Events Centre on June 28.
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Four goals in the final 10:30 helped the Langley Junior Thunder rally for victory.

The junior A lacrosse team erased a two-goal deficit to defeat the visiting Burnaby Junior Lakers 11-9 on June 28 at the Langley Events Centre in B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League action.

Jake Taylor scored both the tying and go-ahead goals while Adam Will added the insurance marker.

The Thunder were up 3-1 after the first period but surrendered seven goals in the middle frame. The Lakers led 8-6 after 40 minutes before Langley mounted their comeback.

Reegan Comeault led the attack with three goals and three assists.

Brandon Bull had two goals and three assists and William Vanden Hooven set up four goals.

Brian Gillis chipped in with a pair of goals and a helper and James Rahe had the other Thunder score.

The win improves Langley to 10-9-0 while Burnaby dropped to 3-14-0.

The Thunder play at the Delta Islanders on July 2 before closing the regular season at home against the Coquitlam Junior Adanacs on July 5.

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