Flames’ Chris Pond picked up for Founders Cup

Chris Pond playing in the junior B lacrosse national championship with Coquitlam Adanacs

Chris Pond of the South Okanagan Flames is playing for the Canadian Lacrosse Association’s Founders Cup.

Pond was picked up by the Coquitlam Adanacs to play for the junior B championship in Calgary from Aug. 18-23. In the Adanacs’ first game on Aug. 18 against the Calgary Chill, Pond scored four times in an 11-6 win. Pond also added an assist. In a 7-5 loss to the Calgary Mountaineers on Wednesday, Pond collected an assist. On Thursday, the Adanacs lost 9-6 to the Seneca Warchiefs. Pond had one goal. He now has five goals and seven points in three games. The Adanacs next match is Friday at 1:30 PST against the Akwesasne Idians.

The games are available via webcast at www.pointstreaksites.com/view/founderscup/home-page-657 for $8 per game.

 

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