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Thunder fall in double OT at provincial championships

Langley Thunder’s Olivia Ohlmann tries to split a pair of New Westminster defenders during opening day at the bantam minor box lacrosse provincial championships at Planet Ice in Maple Ridge last week (July 9). The Thunder placed fourth at the tournament after losing 3-2 in double overtime in the bronze medal game on Sunday. - Colleen Flanagan/Black Press
Langley Thunder’s Olivia Ohlmann tries to split a pair of New Westminster defenders during opening day at the bantam minor box lacrosse provincial championships at Planet Ice in Maple Ridge last week (July 9). The Thunder placed fourth at the tournament after losing 3-2 in double overtime in the bronze medal game on Sunday.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/Black Press

A heartbreaking double overtime loss prevented the Langley Thunder from finding the podium at the B.C. minor box lacrosse bantam girls provincial championships in Maple Ridge.

The Thunder fell 3-2 to New Westminster 1 in the third-place game on Sunday.

Langley  finished the tournament with a record of 2-3 in pool play. The team lost to New Westminster 2 7-2 in the opener, lost 7-5 to Ridge Meadows, beat Port Coquitlam 5-4, lost to New Westminster 1 6-3 and beat Nanaimo 12-4.

Natalie Rathler earned a Warrior Fair Play Award.

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