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Outlaws off to strong start in the Shuswap

Fast pass: Shuswap Midget Outlaws player Sean MacDonald passes the ball in play against Revelstoke. - No photo credit
Fast pass: Shuswap Midget Outlaws player Sean MacDonald passes the ball in play against Revelstoke.
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The Shuswap Midget Outlaws Lacrosse team began the 2012 season this weekend with a league game at home against Revelstoke.
The Outlaws came out strong and won a decisive 10-2 victory over the visitors. The team was led by Brodie Berg, who scored a pair of goals as part of a five-point game.
Austin Pugh, Wyatt Turner and Adam New also contributed with two goals apiece. Singles were added by Paul Beevor-Potts and Sean MacDonald.
Head coach John Beevor-Potts was pleased with the performance.
“We played a strong defensive game which led to several scoring chances,” he said, noting there are high aspirations for the team. “They are an experienced team who have played together for several years. There is lots of work to do in the weeks ahead.”
The next game for the Outlaws is Saturday, April 21 when they face North Okanagan in Enderby.

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