Burrards golden at field tourney

The Ridge Meadows Burrards girls under-15 field lacrosse team won gold at the prestigious Subway BC Lacrosse Association...

The Ridge Meadows Burrards girls under-15 field lacrosse team won gold at the prestigious Subway BC Lacrosse Association (BCLA) invitational tournament.

The event was held Feb. 7-9 at the Willoughby Park Complex in Langley, and featured 11 teams from across the Lower Mainland competing at the U-15 and U-12 levels.

Ridge’s Adriana Guimond was chosen for a U-15 Warrior Fair Play Award, and Burrard Shaely Wallace took that honour for the U-12 team.

The U-15 Burrards girls won convincingly in their first three tournament games, beating Burnaby 15-5, Coquitlam 10-4 and Port Coquitlam 14-2. They met New Westminster in the final, and took a close 7-5 contest.

 

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