Venom have sizeable lead atop TOJLL standings after win over hometown Tigers

Trey Dergousoff and Callum Gorman racked up four points apiece for the Kamloops Venom on Wednesday in a 10-8 victory over the hometown Vernon Tigers in Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League action.

Reed Watson was the winning netminder, making 38 saves and helping out offensively with one assist.

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Recording goals for Kamloops were Dergousoff, Mason Suppanz and Mykl Drabiuk, with two each, and Zack Hebden, Dominick Young, Tanner Koroluk and Kaden Dempsey, with singles.

Kamloops (5-1) has opened an eight-point lead atop league standings, with the South Okanagan Flames (1-2) of Penticton and Vernon (1-4) tied in the basement.

The Venom are next in action against the Flames at Memorial Arena on May 23. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

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