Langley Junior Thunder's Sean Lundstrom shields the ball from Port Coquitlam Saints' Josh Fiorvento during a game earlier this season. Lundstrom scored three times in the second period of an 11-8 win over the Burnaby Junior Lakers.

Quick-strike offence leads Junior Thunder to victory

Langley junior A lacrosse team scores four times in total of 30 seconds to defeat Burnaby 11-8

The Langley Junior Thunder used a quick-strike offence to defeat the Burnaby Junior Lakers 11-8.

The Thunder opened the game with goals 11 seconds apart and then iced the victory with tallies 19 seconds apart in the win on May 16 at the Langley Events Centre.

The victory improved Langley to 4-1 and top spot in the B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League.

Langley had led 3-0 after one period as Brendan Mykle-Winkler, Brett Dobray and Will struck for goals.

The Lakers pulled to within a goal at 4-3 in the second period before Sean Lundstrom struck for three goals for the home side. Brett Dobray had scored the fourth Thunder goal.

Connar Abrams and Pearson also had third-period scores for the home side.

Spencer England made 37 saves for Langley.

The Thunder host the Okotoks Raiders in an exhibition match on May 18 at the LEC. Game time is 8 p.m.

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