B.C. boxla finalists Langley Thunder take silver

The Langley Thunder came a win shy of the B.C. midget A1 lacrosse title recently.

The Thunder were on the losing end of an 8-4 score to the Coquitlam Adanacs in the A1 gold medal match, to cap the Subway British Columbia Lacrosse Association (BCLA) box lacrosse provincial championships for the midget division.

The championships took place took place July 23-27, 2014 in Campbell River and Comox Valley, drawing 24 midget teams from around B.C. as they competed for box lacrosse supremacy in the A1, A2, B, and C divisions.

The A2 title went to Semiahmoo Rock after a 9-2 victory over Kelowna Kodiaks.

Burnaby Lakers edged the Vancouver-Killarney 6-5 for midget B gold and in the C final, Cranbrook outscored Cowichan Valley 10-1 for the gold medal.

At the individual level, Langley Thunder’s Mathew Brunsch was among those who took home Warrior Sports Canada Fair Play Awards.

Langley’s Connor Watson was named as a BCLA box lacrosse provincial all-star.

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