• Kim Bull plays for Canada at the U19 women’s world field lacrosse championships
• The Langley Blaze overcame some serious adversity to win the B.C. Premier Baseball League provincial championship. The U18 baseball team was forced to forfeit a dozen victories after they were deemed to have used ineligible players for a 17-game span during the regular season. But the team recovers, qualifyingfor the playoffs as the sixth seed and then win the provincial title.
Tyler Barlow and Mike Krische share MVP honours.
• The Langley Junior Blaze, who won the regular season B.C. Junior (U16) Premier Baseball League pennant, lose in the provincial championship final, 3-1 to the North Delta Junior Blue Jays.
• Ryan Walter is named president of the AHL’s Abbotsford Heat.
• Brett Lawrie makes his MLB debut for the Toronto Blue Jays.
• The Langley Thunder wins bronze at he B.C. intermediate lacrosse provincial championships.
• Beach volleyball player Nick Del Bianco is selected to carry the B.C. flag into the opening ceremonies of the Western Canada Summer Games.
Local athletes came home with several medals from the Games.
Morgan Mark wins a pair of golds and a pair of silver medals in the pool.
Carolyn Sutherland wins gold in the long jump and silver in the 4×100 relay.
Robert Gallaugher wins gold in the long jump.
Marissa Van Noort helps Team B.C. win gold in basketball while Trevor Marsh helps take top spot in softball.
In canoe/kayak events, Del Muench wins two silver and two bronze medals.
Jade Vaughan wins bronze in the 400m hurdles.
The B.C. baseball team, with Liam Kano McGregor and Shayne Clark, wins silver, as did Graham Kasper and Josh Brown on the soccer team. Eddie Dagg and Chelsey Hannesson serve as coaches on the two teams.
Tyler Heppell helps win bronze in volleyball.
• The Langley All-Stars captures the Canadian national Little League championship. The victory earns the team of 11, 12 and 13-year-old baseball players the right to represent Canada at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., where the team finish fourth.
• At the Canadian Legion national youth track and field championships, Georgia Ellenwood wins gold in the heptathlon. Her 5,043 points also shatter her own Canadian record in the process.
• Reegan Comeault, of the Langley Jr. Thunder lacrosse team, is named most valuable player in the B.C. Junior Lacrosse League.
• The Langley Thunder roll to the WLA championship, their first in franchise history. The senior A lacrosse team beats long-time powerhouse New Westminster Salmonbellies.