Kamloops Venom hand out awards; Georget to play at junior B lacrosse nationals

The Kamloops Venom junior B lacrosse team handed out year-end awards at Mt. Paul Golf Course on Tuesday.

Tylor Seabrooke accepted the Top Scorer Award and MVP Award.

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Brady Georget was named top defensive player, Kolby Pauwels and Jake Coles shared the Unsung Hero Award and Troy Cuzzetto was named most inspirational player.

Callum Gorman and Nathan Fraser split the Top Rookie Award, Colton Boomer claimed the Governors Award and Ryan Merry was handed the Coaches Award.

Pauwels, Boomer, Seabrooke and Georget are the graduating Venom runners.

Georget, who captained the Venom, still has more lacrosse to play this season, as he will join the junior B Coquitlam Adanacs for the Founders Cup national championship tournament in Ontario.

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