- 2015 Federal Election
Lacrosse players return golden
A trio of local midget lacrosse players continue adding to their medal haul.
Ryan Martel, Nathaniel Kozevnikov and Quinn McKitrick helped Team B.C. win gold at the midget national championships.
Brock Rose was an alternate on the team.
B.C. beat Team Alberta 14-2 in the gold medal game.
The tournament ran Aug. 4 to 9 and was held in New Westminster and Coquitlam.
It was the the fourth medal of the summer for the Langley players after helping the Langley Thunder win the midget A1 provincial title, the Calgary Canada Day tournament, and then helping Team Fraser Valley win gold at the B.C. Summer Games last month in Nanaimo.
Next up is a five-game exhibition series against Team Ontario. The first four games will be played in Coquitlam and New Westminster with the final game set for the Langley Events Centre on Aug. 22.
And three Langley female lacrosse players also helped Team B.C. win gold at the national bantam girls lacrosse championships.
Raachel Beaulieu, Natalie Rahler and Carrigan Rose helped beat Team Ontario 4-3 in the gold medal game.
The tournament was held Aug. 4 to 9 in Whitby, Ont.
Rose, a goaltender, was named to the tournament all-star team.
And another female lacrosse player, Daniela Carey, helped the B.C. midget team win gold at nationals.
That tournament was also in Whitby.
Carey and her teammates defeated Team Ontario 6-2 in the final.
Raachel Beaulieu, Natalie Rathler, Daniela Carey and Carrigan Rose helped Team BC win gold at the national lacrosse championships in Ontario. Beaulieu, Rathler and Rose were on the B.C. bantam team while Carey was on the midget squad which won gold.