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Jr. B Timbermen battle to tie

The junior B Nanaimo Timbermen are in the midst of a challenging stretch of road games, but they’re giving it their best. The lacrosse team earned a 6-6 tie Sunday against the Peninsula Warriors.

“All the way from warmup to the end we didn’t quit,” said Matt Rinas, coach of the T-men. “We stayed strong and played a full game.”

Connor Morgan had two goals and three assists, Kyle Groat-Saluk also scored twice and Remy Koch and Ryan Davies had the other goals. Goalie Armin Grewal made some big saves and also dished two assists.

The team went on to lose 8-2 at Cowichan on Monday and play at Saanich tonight (June 13).

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