The Rockyview Knights of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League's season is officially over.

They lost three straight games in the semi-final to the Edmonton Miners Lacrosse Club last weekend.

Game one was a close one with a final score being 12-7, game two was 9-2 and game three was a closer game then it turned out to be, which is 16-7.

Gareth Barley, Head Coach of the Knights is sad to see the season end but is proud of how they played.

"We're not happy with the outcome, but we're happy with the season. It took a while for our guys to adjust throughout the year. But I think we leave the season with taking the right steps forward."

Although the Miners had the Knight's number all throughout the season, it was a very even matchup. In four games played, the Knights only won one game but were only behind a total of 5 goals when you add up each goal from their games.

"You look at our team last year, we went four and 12 (in the regular season) with an older lineup. We're six and eight (in the regular season)  with a much younger and faster lineup."

Taking a look at the teams around the league, Barley believes they are the youngest team. Finishing the season in third place is a positive sign while the team is still growing.

"I don't know how many people we're gonna lose, but we're gonna add a few in the draft. So again, we're in a perfect spot."

2015 was the last time the Knights have won a provincial championship.

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