Midget Burrards take silver in Calgary

The Ridge Meadows Burrards midget girls’ lacrosse team ended the season with a silver medal performance at the Calgary 2011 Canada Day Box Lacrosse Tournament last weekend.

The team went 3-1 during the qualifying round, taking on three teams from the Calgary area, and one from Edmonton.

The Burrards faced the Calgary Hornets in the final, losing 5-1 in the gold medal match. MVPs during the tournament included Kiana Henry, Hannah MacDonald, Briana Magnuson, Marlo Bellamy and Sierra LaForge.

This year’s team included Jania Banns, Marlo Bellamy, Leah Burnell, Kyra Chidlow, Natasha Cooper, Arissa David, Kassidy Dryborough, Regan Eaton, Courtney Greaves, Ellen Harrison, Kianna Henry, Brittany Irvine, Sierra LaForge, Hannah MacDonald, Briana Magnuson, Amber McKeeman, Autumn Meredith, Megan Michaud, Rachel Phillips, and Amber Richmond.

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