Prince George's Seb Lloyd has been singled out for his stellar play in the B.C. Hockey League.
Lloyd, an 18-year-old forward for the West Kelowna Warriors, was one of six players named as an Interior Conference first-team all-star on Wednesday. Currently, he is second in team scoring and 11th on the league list with 24 goals and 61 points in 49 games.
Lloyd played his minor hockey in Prince George and is a former member of the Cariboo Cougars major midget team. He has already committed to Harvard, an NCAA Division 1 team, for next season.
The Warriors will finish their regular schedule with road games this weekend against Victoria (Friday), Cowichan Valley (Saturday) and Nanaimo (Sunday). West Kelowna, third in the Interior Division, takes a 27-13-4-9 record into the trip.
No members of the Prince George Spruce Kings landed on first or second all-star teams.