Langley Thunder’s Quinn McKitrick (of Aldergrove) and Port Moody Thunder player tangle in June 18 game at Aldergrove Arena. Langley won this game 6-4 at the 35th annual Dennis Hickey Lacrosse Tournament.

Langley Thunder roars to ‘Hickey’ lacrosse bronze

Langley Thunder roars to ‘Hickey’ lacrosse bronze

Langley’s lacrosse teams won a pair of bronze medals over the weekend at the 35th annual Langley Minor Lacrosse Association’s Dennis Hickey Tournament.

In the bantam A1 division, Langley edged Port Moody 8-7 in the bronze medal game on Sunday at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

And in the bantam A2 division, Langley needed double overtime, but came up on the right side of an 8-7 score over Coquitlam.

Coquitlam (A1) and Ridge Meadows (A2) won the gold medals in their respective divisions.

The tournament featured teams from Langley, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Ridge Meadows and Coquitlam. It was played at the Preston Centre and the Aldergrove Arena.

Junior Thunder fall to powerhouse Adanacs

Facing Canada’s top junior A lacrosse team, the Langley Jr. Thunder kept things close for the opening 20 minutes before the Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs exploded for eight goals in the middle period.

The result was a 14-5 victory on Thursday night at the Langley Events Centre in B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League action.

Dylan Quinn, with two goals, and Reegan Comeault, with a goal and three assists, paced the Thunder offence.

Sean Lundstrom and Adam Will chipped in with a goal and an assist apiece and James Rahe had a pair of helpers.

The loss dropped Langley’s record to 5-9 while Coquitlam improved to 14-0.

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