North Langley Bears’ Eh Hset Ta carried the ball against North Surrey during bantam football action at McLeod Athletic Park back in October. North Langley has added midget football to their program. Previously, bantam was the highest level North Langley offered.

BC Lions receiver in Langley as guest coach

North Langley offering free youth football camp at Walnut Grove Secondary on May 15

The North Langley Football Association is adding a midget division football team for 2016.

The midget age group is for players between the ages of 16 and 18.

And to kick off the upcoming football season, they will be hosting a free spring camp from youth ages six to 18, with BC Lions receiver Manny Arceneaux serving as a special guest coach.

Other coaches include players and coaches from the Langley Rams junior football program.

The camp runs from 1 to 3 p.m. at Walnut Grove Secondary School (8919 Walnut Grove Dr.) and hot dogs and drinks after the camp.


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