Kamloops Venom take bite out of Vernon Tigers

Vernon Iron Ghost Construction Tigers teammates Carston Disher (left) and Noah Pearson team up to try and take the ball away from Thorden Groeneveld of the Kamloops Venom during the Vernom’s 13-7 Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League victory Saturday, May 14, at Kal Tire Place. (Roger Knox - Black Press)
Visiting Venom score 13-7 win in Tigers’ Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League home opener

 

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