Nine at camp with Team BC

Langley well represented at U16 BC Cup

Nine Langley teenagers are in Salmon Arm this week as part of BC Hockey’s U16 BC Cup tournament.

One hundred and 45 players from around the province have been invited to the five-day camp, which began Wednesday (April 23) and runs through Sunday.

The players earned invitations based on their play at regional camps.

From the BC Cup, players will be selected to attend a provincial camp July 11 to 16 in Shawnigan Lake.

Defenceman Aidan De La Gorgendiere and forward Nico Marini are on Team Black.

Forwards Keeton Oakley and Landon Walter are on Team Grey.

Forward Bradon Santa Juana and defencemen Dylan Anderson and Brody Gagno are on Team Maroon.

Goaltender Dylan Black and defenceman Braydon Clark are on Team Yellow.

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