Sr. B T-men win then lose on road trip

The senior B Nanaimo Timbermen defeated the Valley Rebels 12-8 and then lost to the Langley Warriors 7-5 on a road trip Friday and Saturday.

The senior B Timbermen beat the league’s last-place team, but couldn’t beat the first-place team.

Nanaimo’s West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association club defeated the Valley Rebels 12-8 and then lost to the Langley Warriors 7-5 on a road trip Friday and Saturday.

In the win, Corey Shires and Jon Diplock had hat tricks and Andrew Miller and Derek McLeod had two-goal games. Travis Mickelson had a goal and four helpers and Ryan Hanna also scored. Connor Woroniuk and Danny Walters split time in the crease in the win.

The next night Shires led the way with two goals. and Hanna, Mitch Parker and Erik Klein were other scorers. Nick Patterson played well in defeat as his team was outshot 54-28.

GAME ON … The senior B Timbermen play Monday (July 4), when they host the Victoria Wolves at 8 p.m. at Frank Crane Arena.

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