Big night for Capital snipers

Royal City Capitals improve West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association record to 7-5 with win

Leif Mydske scored a game-high five goals to lead the Royal City Capitals to their seventh win of the West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association season.

Mydske tallied four of those markers in a runaway second period in the Capitals’ 15-5 rout over the last-place North Shore Indians last Saturday. The former New Westminster junior currently leads the league in goal scoring with 27 counters, while averaging nearly six points per game.

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Mark Negrin, with three goals and three assists, was the Capitals offensive player of the game, while James McKenzie took the defensive player honours for Royal City.

David Morrish led all scorers with two goals in a seven-point outing for the Caps.

In Ladner, New West’s Quinn Waddington had back-to-back markers in the third period, including the eventual game winner for the first-place Ladner Pioneers in a 12-8 win over the Port Moody Thunder on June 19.

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