Ryan Sarazin (left) of the Vernon Tigers tries to create some space on offence

Ryan Sarazin (left) of the Vernon Tigers tries to create some space on offence

Tigers win crucial Game 3

The Vernon Source for Sports Tigers live to play another game after downing the Kamloops Venom 13-9 in the TOJLL final Tuesday night.

The Vernon Source for Sports Tigers live to play another game after downing the Kamloops Venom 13-9 in Game 3 of the best-of-five Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League final Tuesday night at Kal Tire Place.

Ryan Sarazin set the stage for the Tigers by scoring their first three goals. He was named first star. Ethan Anderson, Darrell Landels each sniped a pair, while Jordy Barr, Steele Pelletier, Jay Seaton, Darien Ottesen, Quintin Harrish and Braden Barr recorded singles.

Aaron Jensen made 32 stops in net for the Tigers and was the third star.

Riley Peterson sniped five goals for the Venom and was the second star. Haden Hoover, Kyle Pauwels, Blaine Boomer and Jerome Thorne registered singles for the Venom.

Dalan Etter started in net for the Venom but left the game following a lower body injury at the 12-minute mark of the second period. He recorded 23 saves on 30 shots. He was replaced by Mitch Horsman, who made 18 saves on 24 shots.