Doig’s lacrosse legacy

The Prince George Citizen - - Sports -

Fred Doig, who brought lacrosse to Prince Ge­orge in 1967, was laid to rest Satur­day fol­low­ing his death June 11 at age 91. A cel­e­bra­tion of Doig’s life at Hart Com­mu­nity Cen­tre at­tracted a group of lacrosse play­ers who played with or against Doig dur­ing his ca­reer, which spanned eight decades. From left are Brett Doig, Glen Scott, Gord Meakin, Jeff Row­land, Ray Mas­son, Mickey Brump­ton (of Sum­mer­land), Dave Jenk­ins, Neil McIn­tosh, Al Mot­tishaw (of Daw­son Creek), Drew Doig (hold­ing a Colum­bus Macs jersey), Ralph Wright, Phil Gobbi, Brian Camp­bell, Dar­ryl Brizan, Ari As­torino, Kerry Or­chard (of Salmon Arm), Gerry March, Ken McIn­tosh, Vern Nor­braten and Ken Goss.


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