Cedar Kings’ winning streak reaches five

Mission lacrosse squad continues its hot streak

Make it five straight wins for the Mission Cedar Kings.

The West Central Senior C Lacrosse League team continues to build momentum in the regular season, and posted a pair of wins in Langley over the weekend.

Mission kicked off the two-game weekend set on Saturday, posting a 10-7 win over the North Shore Indians.

The Cedar Kings got goals from Jim Nishiyama, Cody Thompson (three), Gavan Sand, Paul Makowsky, Travis Laycock, John Makowsky and Mike Lowe. Goalie Jeff Lissimore made 20 saves in the win.

The club returned to the floor at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday, and took down the Langley Warriors 12-5.

Goals came from Jordan Robb, Cody Thompson (two), Brenton Graham (two), Gavan Sand (two), John Makowsky (three) and Mike Lowe (two). Goalie Wesley Perry, making his first appearance for the Cedar Kings, made 18 stops for the win.

With the pair of wins, Mission improves to a record of seven wins and two losses for the season.

The Cedar Kings also announced the signings of veteran senior B lacrosse player Jim Nishiyama, who is one of two players to collect 1,000 points in the West Coast Senior B Lacrosse Association play. The club has also inked veteran player Jordan Halonen.

Mission next takes on the Ladner Pioneers in Port Coquitlam on Saturday at 6:15 p.m.

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