CHARLIE ALCOCK OF the Rage (centre) fights for possession of the ball.

Rage play well in Duncan

North Island U12 PeeWee field lacrosse team ties 7-7, loses 9-6

The North Island Rage U12 PeeWee  field lacrosse team travelled to Duncan on Sunday to play two games with the U12 Mid-Island Lightning.

The Rage’s first goal was by Noah Araki and soon after Zoli Horvath scored another goal assisted by Reid Matthews.  More goals followed by Carson Foy, Logan Bell with Jake Wilson assisting, Charlie Alcock with Blake Doherty assisting, and Noah scoring once again.

Goalie Nathan Sam had a few awesome saves to support the Rage, who battled on to tie the Lightning with a 7-7 final.  Game two brought on some penalties and the Rage had some injuried players as a result. They  fought their way to a 9-6 loss with goals by Matthews, Araki, Foy and Ethan Blacklock and assists by Blacklock, Araki, and Rylan Fischer.

On Sunday, Nov. 3 the Rage plays Victoria’s Pac Rim at 11:30 a.m. at Robron Field in Campbell River.

– Rage Lacrosse


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