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Lacrosse: Outlaws trounce foes

Lacrosse: Matthew Gibbons rushes the ball against Kelowna.  - Photo Contributed
Lacrosse: Matthew Gibbons rushes the ball against Kelowna.
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The Rona Shuswap Outlaws Bantam Lacrosse team had a busy but successful week.

On Tuesday night they played North Okanagan in Armstrong. Three goals by Nick Yadernuk powered the Outlaws to an 8 - 0 win.

On Saturday the Outlaws travelled to Kelowna for a double header against the Kodiaks.

The Outlaws won both games comfortably.

The first game ended in a 13 -1 score. In the second game, the Outlaws won 6 - 0. The team has some days off before they resume their schedule on May 25 at Sunwave Centre with a game against North Okanagan. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

Peewee power

The peewees won 8-2 on Saturday against Kelowna ‘B.’ Goal scorers were Braydon Fairley (2), Jadon Kerr, Kotchaz Corcoran (3), Drew Bannister and Cameron Watson. Ryan Sadorsky played a solid game in net.

On Sunday, the team had a doubleheader in Merritt. They won the first game 10-8. Points were from Watson (1G,2A), Corcoran (4G),  Dom Young (1G), Bannister (3G,1A), Connor Senn (1G), Fairley (1A), Sadorsky (2A), Nicholas Michaud (1A), Kayne Beaudry (1A). The second game was the best played game of the season.

The team won 9-3 and set up beautiful goals, with well-planned picks, to dominate the game. Points came from Noah Bumstead (1G,1A), Senn (2G), Bannister (2G), Watson (2G,1A), Corcoran (1G,1A), Fairley (1G,1A) and Beaudry (1A). Players that made a huge impact were Ethan Dodge and Tye Mitchell, while Tyler Dunnett and Brandon Giroux-Dewes made their presence known on the floor.

 

 

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