Legends hold off Kodiaks

The Everton Ridge Homes Bantam A2 Legends downed the Kelowna Kodiaks 6-2 in minor lacrosse action Wednesday night in Kelowna.

The Everton Ridge Homes Bantam A2 Legends downed the Kelowna Kodiaks 6-2 in minor lacrosse action Wednesday night in Kelowna.

The Legends received great offensive games from Kayden Beauregard, Caden Colmorgen, Miles Wohlford and assistant captain James Francis and all-around great team efforts by Sorcha Pasco, Dakota Campen, Thomas Mackievich.

The Kamloops Rattlers edged the Legends 6-4 Monday at Kal Tire Place.

Brandon Matvenko and Griffen Evans stepped up offensively for the Legends, who were without captain Beauregard.

Kael Black and Kaden Doughty were all over loose balls all game and goalie Troy Cuzzetto kept it close all the whole way.

The Legends will battle the Kelowna Kodiaks at 6 p.m. in their Rock The House tournament opener at Hassen Memorial Arena tonight.

A total of four Bantam A2 entries and eight Bantam B teams are entered. The finals go Sunday in Armstorng.

Novice Legends win one

The RXtra Storage Novice 2 Legends finished 0-1-3 at the Lawrence Halverson Memorial Lacrosse Tournament in Salmon Arm.

The Shuswap Outlaws stopped the Legends 10-1 Friday night. William Puetter scored and Seth Burton was named MVP.

The Kamloops Rattlers denied the Legends 8-3 Saturday morning. Jesse Godwin started the scoring from Bradley Scarbar, while Devin Jameson and Riley Kimble supplied singles. Kimble was game MVP.

The Legends tied the Chilliwack Mustangs 10-10 Saturday afternoon. Burton and Jameson each had a hat trick as Burton collected the MVP award.

The Mustangs iced the Legends 11-2 Sunday morning. Godwin and Jameson scored for the Legends, while Scarbar was the MVP.

The North Okanagan Bercum Builders Pee Wee A2 Legends placed fourth at the Bill McBain Memorial Tournament in Kelowna.

The Penticton Heat stopped the Legends 5-2 in the opener.

Scoring for the Legends were Brayden Leveille, from captain Braeden McAmmond and Tanner Witt, and McAmmond, with a single.

The Legends clipped Port Moody in their second game (no score reported).

McAmmond charged through the Port Moody defence and sniped the hatty.

The Coquitlam Adanacs edged the Legends in game three and the Legends iced their league rival Kelowna Kodiaks in their final game.

Owen McKill opened the scoring for the Legends early in the first in their win.

 

Tied after two, assistant captain Quin Williamson scored from McAmmond and goalie Rhys DeFehr. Lucas Zubrod added another with five minutes remaining.