Nanaimo Re/Max Timbermen player Joe Fendick, left, is checked by Coquitlam Adanacs opponent Cody Garrison during a West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association game earlier this season at Frank Crane Arena. The teams meet in the WCSLA semifinals starting Wednesday, July 24. (NEWS BULLETIN file photo)

Nanaimo reaches senior B lacrosse semifinals

Re/Max Timbermen to face Coquitlam Adanacs in best-of-five series

The Re/Max Timbermen are getting ready to face off in Round 2 of the playoffs.

The senior B Nanaimo Timbermen get their semifinal series with the Coquitlam Adanacs underway Wednesday, July 24, and have Game 2 and Game 3 coming up this weekend, July 26-28. The T-men and Adanacs will play a best-of-five series with the winner advancing to the West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association finals.

Nanaimo defeated the Royal City Capitals in Round 1, winning Game 1 by a 14-7 score Thursday at Frank Crane Arena, then completeing the sweep with a 9-2 road win the next night in New Westminster.

Joe Fendick scored four times and Tre Mason had a hat trick in Game 1 and Andrew Miller had two goals and three assists. Nick Patterson made 32 saves for the win.

In Game 2, Doug Langlois and Vern Hill, Jr., each had two goals and Cody Cook was the winning goalie with 51 saves.

GAME ON … Game 2 is Friday, July 26, at 7 p.m. at Frank Crane Arena and Game 4, if necessary, will be July 30, also at 7 p.m. at Frank Crane.



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