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Saints fall in semifinals

The Langley Saints field lacrosse team lost in the semifinals of the provincial championships. - submitted photo
The Langley Saints field lacrosse team lost in the semifinals of the provincial championships.
— image credit: submitted photo

The Langley Saints field lacrosse team came fourth at the B.C. high school field lacrosse provincial championships earlier this month.

The Saints made it to the semifinals, but fell one goal short, losing 6-5 to St. Thomas More Collegiate.

The tournament was held March 3 to 7.

The team went 2-1 in the round-robin, with all three games decided by one goal.

The Saints consist of Ryan Alcos, Quinn Beavis, Raelene Boehm, Robert Dore, Tyus Emberly, Levi Gallant, Bryce Johannes, Max Joseph, Sebastien Joseph, Nick Lavigne, Dayton McIntosh, Liam Moore, Brad Prato, Luke Sever, Keegan Smith, Shannon Wallace, and Ryan Wellburn.

They are coached by Peter Gallant and assistant coach Darrell Johannes.

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