Wild are all the rage

U12 boys field lacrosse team filling opposition net with goals

The U12 North Island Field Lacrosse team, formerly the Wild Ravens and now the North Island Rage, played in Duncan this past weekend against the Mid Island Lightning.

The Rage played two fast-paced, crowd-pleasing games, tying the first 10-10 and winning the second 13-7. In game one, the Rage were behind in the first half by three goals, however, they picked up the pace scoring seven goals in the last half and the tying goal in the last 10 seconds of the game.

In game two, the teams were tied with four goals each, but the Rage pushed ahead, winning the game by six goals. Don’t miss the Rage as they play in Campbell River on Oct. 21 on the Robron Field at 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.  “Come and cheer on the team – it’s all the Rage!” a team spokesperson said.

– U12 Rage

 

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