The MRSS senior and junior teams both competed at the B.C. high school field lacrosse championships.

Lacrosse: Burrards grab medals at provincials

Sr. and Jr. Ramblers compete at provincials.

The Ridge Meadows Minor Lacrosse teams earned silver, while three others grabbed bronze at the B.C. field championships, held last weekend in Burnaby.

The Ridge Meadows Burrards came second in under-14 Tier 1, as did the Burrards No. 3 team in U-12 Tier 2. The Burrards No. 2 team came third in U-12 Tier 2.

In U-12 Tier 1, the Burrards took bronze, as did the Ridge Meadows No. 2 team in U-16 Tier 2.

In all 48 teams competed at the provincials.

Marc Downey was recognized as the fair play coach in U-12 Tier 2.

The Ridge U-16 No. 2 team earned a sportsmanship award.

Fair play player awards went to: Daytin Vidovich (U-16 Tier 1); Ryan Arce (U-16 Tier 2); Austen Cooke (U-14 Tier 1); Cameron Ickert (U-12 Tier 1); Owen Johnson (U-12 Tier 2); and Kenneth Derby (U-12 Tier 2).

 

Rams open B.C.s with tie

The Maple Ridge secondary senior and junior field lacrosse teams qualified for the provincial championships, held this past week in New Westminster.

The senior Ramblers, playing without starting goalie Adam Chislett, who is injured, tied their first game of the provincials Monday against Holy Cross, then fell to the Pitt Meadows Marauders.

Copper Morais and Aiden Serr were game MVPs for the Rams, who called up junior player Jorrin Lenton to play net.

Tuesday, Ridge fell to Charles Best secondary. Tyler Haidon was game MVP.

Wednesday, Ridge defeated Point Grey 5-1. Daniel Fakaro was MVP.

The Ridge junior team, playing without Lenton in net, opened the provincials Monday with a loss against Vancouver College. Hayley Vaughan was game MVP.

The juniors lost to South Delta on Tuesday and were eliminated. Trevor Funk was game MVP.

 

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