Comox Valley second at B.C. boxla championships

Sam Kussauer recognized with Midget B Warrior Fair Play Award



The Subway British Columbia Lacrosse Association (BCLA) Box Lacrosse Provincial Championships for the Midget and PeeWee divisions were held July 11-15 in Port Coquitlam and Richmond, respectively.  Sixty teams competed for boxla bragging rights.

The Comox Valley took the silver medal in the Midget B division, with their only loss coming in the championship final when they were edged 5-4 by Shuswap on July 15.

On July 13, Comox Valley doubled up North Delta 10-5 and overpowered Prince George 14-8. On July 14 the local lads prevailed 11-4 over Port Coquitlam and shaded Peninsula 4-2.

Sam Kussauer of the Comox Valley won the Midget B Warrior Fair Play Award.








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