West Shore players contest hockey B.C. Cup

Trio from Langford and Colwood out to earn spot in Team B.C. tryout camp

The B.C. Cup under-16 boys hockey tournament on now through Sunday in Salmon Arm sees players chosen from four regional camps placed on eight teams at random.

Goaltender Luke Sheldrake from Langford will play for Team Penguins, while Colwood’s Scott Smith will suit up at forward for Team Sabres.

Forty players will be selected to attend a provincial camp July 9 to 13 in Nanaimo.

In the U-18 female Cup tournament next week in Salmon Arm, Vancouver Island Hurricanes forward Tatianna Haggard of Langford will compete for Team Inferno. She’ll be out to earn a spot in the Team B.C. provincial camp, scheduled for May 16 to 19 in Lake Cowichan.

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