New West Salmonbellies’ Kristi Shanks loses control of the ball as she’s checked by Ridge Meadows Burrards defender Breanna Josephison in the first period of their junior game at the annual Dorothy Robertson girls’ lacrosse tournament Saturday at Queen’s Park Arena. Ridge Meadows lost the game 8-1.

Midget Burrards keep streak alive

 

The midget A1 Ridge Meadows Burrards kept their win streak alive as they downed the visiting Langley Thunder by a score of 10-4 Monday night, after blanking New Westminster at home 5-0 on Saturday.

The Ridge Meadows junior girls were not so lucky, however, as they fell 8-1 to the New Westminster Salmonbellies Saturday afternoon at the Dorothy Robertson Tournament at Queen’s Park Arena.

The peewee A2 Burrards beat the Delta Islanders 9-2 on the road. Scoring for the Burrards was Justin Cloete with four goals, Dylan McCormick with three goals, and Ethan Chung and Domonic Forrer with a single goal each.

The peewee B Burrards beat North Shore 5-2 on Friday.

Cole McKee, Levi Spencer-Fell, and James Kitsch were named mini-tyke MVPs.

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