OLA Junior “A” Round 2 Playoff Preview

July 20, 2015

Following one round of OLA Junior “A” playoff action, the four top teams from the regular season remain. The top seeded and defending Minto Cup Champion Six Nations Arrows made quick work of the eighth seeded Burlington Chiefs, sweeping them four games to zero. However despite the four game sweep, the Chiefs gave Six Nations everything they could handle, almost stealing games on two occasions. The second seeded Peterborough Lakers…


OLA Junior “A” Playoff Preview

July 8, 2015

After one of the most exciting regular seasons of OLA Junior “A” lacrosse in recent memory, the playoffs are set to kick off on Thursday evening. However before we get to the playoff preview, it’s important to recognize the parity throughout the league this season. The Mimico Moutaineers won five games and tied one this season, for 11 points, after winning just one game in the last three seasons. Meanwhile…


Alberta Jr A Wrap Up: Mountaineers Get Top Seed

July 7, 2015

The Alberta junior “A” season wrapped up last week and basically met a lot of people’s expectations. The defending league champion Calgary Mountaineers made their lives easier securing the first overall seed in the playoffs and a first round bye with their 15-2-1 season. With rivals the Okotoks Raiders 12-5-1 playing the Edmonton Miners 7-11 it’s much needed rest for a veteran laden team while the lowly Sherwood Park Titans…


Arrows Clinch Top Playoff Seed

July 6, 2015

The Six Nation Arrows have reached their goal as the number one seed in the playoffs. They did that by taking down Burlington 10-8 Thursday night in an overtime game. Ryan Lee has shown great success since coming over from the Toronto Beaches with six points (2G, 4A) in the game. Brendan Bomberry scored twice, while Jordan Durston dished out three assists and scored a goal. Goalie Doug Jamieson saved 44…


Setting up the BCJALL Playoffs

July 4, 2015

With the BCJALL regular season just seven games away from completion and the playoff teams set, there isn’t much left to decide but who plays who in the playoffs. The four teams – Coquitlam, New West, Delta and Victoria – have been at the top of the BCJALL for a few years now, with Delta building a successful program that now competes year after year. The other four programs have…


OLA Jr A Three Stars: Staats on Top

July 1, 2015

First Star- Austin Staats- Six Nations Arrows-  Austin Staats helped lead the Six Nations Arrows to back to back wins over the third place Brampton Excelsiors on the weekend. Staats tallied an impressive 17 points(9 goals,8 assists) in the pair of wins. His biggest performance came on Friday night with a colossal 11 points in the 16-5 win. Staats now has 86 points on the season, good enough for third…


Six Nations Warriors Dominating Jr C

June 29, 2015

In Junior C lacrosse news, the Six Nation Warriors finished their regular season with a perfect 16-0 record. This past weekend they had back to back home games at the ILA. Six Nations took down Halton Hills, 18-7, and Oakville, 10-3. Besides the first game of the season, a close 11-9 win over Huntsville, the Warriors have been blowing out their opponents all year. This past weekend saw Baily Skye, Riley…


OLA Jr A Three Stars: Week Four

June 23, 2015

First Star- John St. John- Toronto Beaches By taking the literal definition of Most Valuable Player, there’s no arguing that John St. John has made a serious case to be crowned the 2015 OLA Jr. A MVP. He continued his impressive season this past week with 17 points in three games. The Ajax,ON native sits fourth in scoring(70), third in goals(38) and fifth in assists(32), all while leading the Beaches…


OLA Jr A Power Rankings: Week Four

June 19, 2015

1) Six Nations Arrows (11-1) Last Week: 10-7 W vs Orangeville, 14-1 W vs K-W, 8-6 W vs Whitby   The Arrows remain at the top of the power rankings, as they continue to roll, picking up three straight wins this past week. The Arrows faced a tough task to open their week with a road game in Orangeville on the schedule. While the Northmen led the game after forty…


BCJALL Power Rankings: Adanacs On Top

June 15, 2015

    1. Coquitlam Adanacs (11-1) Last Week: 17-5 W vs. Port Coquitlam This Week: vs. New Westminster The Adanacs continue to roll as the BCJALL’s most feared team and they proved they can win in a couple different ways. But one thing remains the same no matter what type of game they play: they defend incredibly well and they get great goaltending for Christian del Bianco, who is sporting…