WK Minor lacrosse report

West Kootenay squads compete in Salmon Arm and Kelowna

West Kootenay bantam lacrosse squad.

The West Kootenay Minor Lacrosse tyke / novice team took part in an early June tournament this  in Salmon Arm.

In the first game, played against Kamloops they lost 7-1.

Their second game, against North OK 1 was tied 5-5.

The West Kootenay lads won the Third game, against Shuswap, 5-4.

Fourth game, against Kamloops they lost 4-2.

The squad finished in fourth place over all.

“It’s great how well they are doing, everyone of them. The tykes aren’t afraid to rock the house,” said team Manager Laura-Lynn Mackinnon of the effort.

The Bantam lacrosse boys were in Kelowna recently and played their first game against their hosts, winning 10-1.

In their second game, against Delta they lost 6-4.

They played their third game against Port Moody and won 8-4.

Their fourth game was against Port Coquitlam and they finished in a 3-3 draw, missing the gold medal round by one point.

The bantams finishing the tournament in third place.

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