Sunday, May 1, 2022

Former Vernon Viper Williamson/River Dragons Advance To Commissioner's Cup Final:

Former Vernon Vipers forward/captain Jagger Williamson & the Columbus

River Dragons advanced to the Commissioner's Cup Finals after a 5-1 victory over the Danbury Hat Tricks.

Here is the press release from the Columbus River Dragons website,

Dragons Sweep Hat Tricks With A 5-1 Win On Sunday Night - Ignite Sports and Entertainment (

Here is the story from the Vernon Morning Star,

Lumby’s Jagger helps put dagger in Danbury – Vernon Morning Star

Williamson is in his second season with the Federal Prospects Hockey League Columbus River Dragons. In 31 regular season games, Williamson collected (14-goals-19-assists-33-points). In 3 plyoff games, Williamson has (2-goals-4-assists-6-points). Williamson broke his leg in his first ever game with the River Dragons, missing the entire 2019-20 season.

Williamson committed to Michigan Tech University for the 2019-20 season, but ended up signing a professional contract with the Federal Prospects Hockey League Columbus River Dragons for the 2019-20 season.

Williamson played five seasons in Vernon from 2014-2019. In 233 games with the Vipers, Williamson collected (54-goals-119-assists-173-points).

Williamson and former Vernon Lakers/Vernon Vipers forward Garth Gartner hold the franchise record for most games played with 233 games each. Gartner played four seasons in Vernon from 1994-1998 with the Vernon Lakers & Vernon Vipers. The Vernon Lakers changed names to the Vernon Vipers in the summer of 1995.

Jagger Williamson's Player Profile:

Jagger Williamson - Elite Prospects

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