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All-Stars golden in Whistler

The Langley All-Stars captured the title at the Sea to Sky Invitational over the weekend in Whistler. The team of 11, 12 and 13-year-olds will play Whalley this weekend to see who will represent B.C. at nationals for their age group. - submitted photo
The Langley All-Stars captured the title at the Sea to Sky Invitational over the weekend in Whistler. The team of 11, 12 and 13-year-olds will play Whalley this weekend to see who will represent B.C. at nationals for their age group.
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The Langley All-Stars warmed up for this weekend’s provincial championships with a dominating performance.

The All-Stars, a team of 11, 12 and 13-year-olds, were competing at the Sea to Sky Invitational over the weekend in Whistler.

And the Langley squad went a perfect 5-0, out-scoring their foes by a combined 44-6.

The All-Stars cruised through the round robin with a 5-1 win over Whistler, 11-3 over Dunbar and 7-1 against Squamish.

In the semifinals, they hammered the hosts 11-1 and then shut-out Hastings 10-0 in the championship final.

Langley faces Whalley in a best-of-three series this weekend in Whalley with the winner advancing to the national championships in Calgary.

The team consists of Ryan Bitschy, Brayden Cameron, Mattias Dornblut, Shone Fyke, Daniel Hoodikoff, Parker Kubilius, Kristian Lyon, Jacob McDermott, Matthew Myers, Kyle Pfeifer and Cheylon Smith.

Scott Hoodikoff is the head coach with Jeff Lyon and Lonnie Cameron the assistant coaches. Wyatt Lyon is the bat boy.

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