PoCo sports teams are racking up provincial titles this summer; this past weekend added on is the Saints Lacrosse Pee Wee C’s team winning the gold over Nicola Valley (2nd) and North Okanagan (3rd). Team member Tory Sharp was named the tournament’s Warrior MVP as well as West Shaw named to the All-Star team. Saints continue to be a dominant force in club lacrosse.
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PoCo Native Bill McLaughlin Stars for Hartford Hawks
A native of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Billy McLaughlin led the Hawks in scoring in their inaugural season. In 11 starts and 13 appearances, she finished with 13 goals and 19 points. In the classroom, McLaughlin, who was named to the 2018 America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll, is a biology major.
PoCo Saints Eliminated from Playoffs
The ’Bellies scored the game’s first nine goals and looked the part of Minto Cup challengers by defeating the Port Coquitlam Saints 10-3 on Tuesday, wrapping up their best-of-five B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League series in a three-game sweep…..
PoCo coach Dan Stroup – who took over the reins just 10 days ago upon the sudden firing of Kelly Scott – anticipates Coquitlam to beat Victoria, and will be a tough opponent for New West in the final. It will pair two of the tougher opponents that Stroup, a Hall of Famer, shared the floor with during a 12-year WLA career, behind their respective benches.
Consider the first challenge done. Now, the New Westminster junior A Salmonbellies are ready for the showdown. The ‘Bellies scored the game’s first nine goals and looked the part of Minto Cup challengers by defeating the Port Coquitlam Saints 10-3 on Tuesday, wrapping up their best-of-five B.C.