Burrard pee wees win silver at PoCo lacrosse tourney

The Ridge Meadows Burrards captured the silver medal at the Port Coquitlam Pop Styles pee wee B lacrosse tournament, June 15-19.

The Ridge Meadows Burrards captured the silver medal at the Port Coquitlam Pop Styles pee wee B lacrosse tournament, June 15-19.

The Burrards went 2-1 and finished in second place after the round-robin round, outscoring the other teams 15-9.

Goaltender Kevin McConachie captured his first shutout win (5-0) of the season against the host PoCo Saints.

The Burrards met the Abbotsford team in a tough gold-medal game and fell 5-2.

Tournament MVPs were won by Bryce Fontaine, Kevin McConachie, Conner Turnbull and Alex Smith.

The rest of the lineup included Cohen Kallin, Owen Mathias, Alec Birnie, Nolan Smith, Jack Thomson, T.J. Richardson, Quintin Steinmann, Shaunavon Borkowsky, Brendan Hyland, Landon Mortell and Ryland McWilliam.


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