Be The Best.

Langley Advances to Gold Medal Game!

Langley battles Richmond during a Saturday afternoon tilt.

I love seeing the CF 2 stickers on the helmets.

I love seeing the Be The Best patches on the jerseys.

More than anything, I love seeing guys play as a TEAM.

That was clearly evident today as Langley beat Richmond and then beat a Vancouver Island team to claim a berth into the Gold/Silver showdown tomorrow (Sunday, July 18, 2010).

Langley didn’t start strong at this tournie, but they’ve turned it up a notch or two.  The opponent will be Coquitlam who are always a strong team and an association that has incredible depth and talent.  Should be a great match up.

Good luck to both teams!

Win or lose, my hope is that these experiences will help develop these young athletes into young men ready to change the world!

A little Saturday evening 'get together' on the floor.

By Randy Friesen

Randy Friesen is a business strategist, manager and educator based in Vancouver, BC and Detroit, Michigan. He is also a husband and father. He loves the creative process and is active in creating art and music.

2 replies on “Langley Advances to Gold Medal Game!”

Randy, As I am not working now I have found that I look for inspiration in my daily walk. People that I do not even know, beauty of this land, sounds that are unfamiliar, etc. Your piece on What I Love about Hr inspires me to evaluate what the people I have been involved with this past season, knowingly or unknowingly, given or brought to my life. But it is more than that, it is what I will do with that gift. Will it build my character, will I use it to pass on to others, will I share this experience with them, I must thank them even though they may not know what I am talking about. I know that God has been involved in all of these things and He confirms His love for each of us through these experiences and revelations. Our letting Christ be the centre of everything we are, do and experience is all He asks. When I do this I certainly experience the Joy of life. Sorry for my ramble but it is good. I will look forward to making your blog a daily read. Thank you for being obedient to the Lord in using this tool and your gifts to communicate to those that may never hear or read your messages, questions, challenges and inspiration. My devotions today is from the Beatitudes. Jesus gave us an example of meekness, He says in Math. 11:29, “learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart” Thank you for your humbleness as it is a fruit of the Holy Spirit. Blessing, Dave

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