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a competitive team and see how much I can help them,” Decker added. “Those are the main things I’m worried about.” After Coquitlam, Burnaby will pick second and third before Maple Ridge makes the fourth overall selection. Langley, Victoria and Nanaimo round out the fifth, sixth and seventh spots in the first round of the draft, while Coquitlam gets the first and second picks in Round 2. “I’ve had talks with some of the other teams about various people and draft picks, but no one’s come shopping for that No. 1 pick,” Delmonico noted. “It doesn’t really surprise me. If you look at who’s going No. 1 and No. 2, I’m sure they’re thinking there’s no way we’re giving it up, which is true.” In sizing up the first two potential picks, Malawsky had nothing but glowing reviews for his two recent graduates. “The first thing that comes to mind for both of those kids is character,” he said. “They both fit in very well into a team regime. They’re very similar in that they’re very, very good athletes and they’re big strong boys. Both of them can be prototypical WLA guys — they both have huge engines with good motors in them and they can run for days.” That being said, running with teenagers isn’t the same as keeping up with the men. “That’s going to be an adjustment,” Malawsky said. “They’re not going to be able to bowl guys over like they were able to do in junior. I think they’re going to have to be a bit more meticulous and methodical in how they’re going to approach getting to the net. But at the end of the day, their athleticism and their instincts should help them.” The WLA draft gets underway at 7 p.m. on Feb. 6 at the Burnaby Firefighter’s Club.

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LAYING DOWN THE LAW: Coquitlam’s Kelley Law and her Royal City teammates were battling for second place at the 2012 Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship in North Vancouver Thursday. As of NOW deadlines, Law’s rink sat in a second-place tie with Jen Rusnell’s Prince George-based side.

Collins nets 13 in SFU win PoCo’s Kristina Collins dropped 13 points, including all four of her free throws, in SFU’s 67-64 win over Central

Washington last Saturday. Collins dropped three treys in the win to help lift SFU’s hoops team to an 11-6 record.



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