LACROSSE: Surrey Rebels Bantam A2 team wins provincials in Kelowna

SURREY — The Surrey Rebels Bantam A2 lacrosse team is a provincial champion.

Hailing from one of the smaller minor lacrosse associations in B.C., the team fought its way to first place in the B.C. provincial championships held in Kelowna from July 15 to 19.

The Rebels finished the regular season in third place with a record of 12-4-2.

The team, comprised of players 13 and 14 years old, was lead by head coach Braden Wilkins and assistant coach Trent Evans.

Goaltender Ryder Bremner was named to the tournament All-Star Team and was named tournament MVP. Keenan Martin received a Fair Play Award for his play in the tournament.

The Rebels A2 team also won gold at the Hyack Tournament in New Westminster and silver at the Barn Burner Tournament in Penticton this season.

beau.simpson@thenownewspaper.com

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