Burrards midgets and bantams play for medals

Maple Ridge lacrosse teams played for provincial medals at the bantam and midget levels the past two weekends.

Maple Ridge lacrosse teams played for provincial medals at the bantam and midget levels the past two weekends.

The Ridge Meadows Burrards bantam A1 team played for the gold medal, losing to the Juan de Fuca Whalers 6-4 in the final.

Drew Andrew was the most valuable player award at the bantam A1 level.

Two Burrards were chosen as Bantam all stars: Braeden Washington for A1 and Cameron Ickert for A2.

Fair play awards were won in A1 by Luke Evans and A2 by Jaxon Brandt.

The provincial championships for the bantam division were held July 15-19 in Kelowna and Vernon, with 30 teams from around B.C.

Last weekend the Ridge Meadows Burrards midget A1 and B teams both lost in bronze medals games at the provincials in Prince George. The A1 team lost to Langley 8-7, and the B team lost to Peninsula 7-4.

Daytin Vidovich was chosen to the midget A1 all-star team, and Mateo Lonon made the midget B all-stars. Fair play awards were won by midget A1 player Nate Faccin, and coach Danny Haraa, and by B player Taylor Caughy.

 

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