Whitby Warriors Take on Brampton on Lacrosse Radio Network

Tonight the Whitby Warriors will begin their push towards their second straight Minto Cup as they take on the Brampton Excelsiors. The game is in Oshawa at the Warriors home arena where The Lacrosse Radio Network will have the exclusive broadcast. Stephen Stamp and Paul Stewart from IL Indoor will have the call. The game is at 8pm and the only way you can follow it live is by tuning…

July 2, 2012
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National Lacrosse League Prospects: Brock Sorensen

One of the most highly touted prospects for the 2012 NLL draft is defender Brock Sorensen out of Ohio State. Sorensen played midfield with the Buckeyes for four years. He was the team captain for his last three years with the program. He has missed the entire summer box lacrosse season after tearing his ACL and MCL playing for Ohio State. He was on the roster of the Peterborough Lakers…

July 2, 2012
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Toronto Beaches Season Ends, Five Beach Boys Graduate

The OLA Jr A season is a brutal league sometimes. For proof, look no further than the face of a tall young man in the stands behind the benches at Ted Reeve Arena Saturday night well after the final horn. Mike Triolo played all five years of his Junior career for the Toronto Beaches organization, along with more than a decade before that. After five years of finishing near the…

July 1, 2012
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Junior A Playoffs Set in Ontario

The situation was simple Friday night: one playoff spot remained in the OLA’s Jr A ranks. A win by the St Catharines Athletics would secure the position they’ve held for the better part of a month, while a loss combined with Toronto Beaches victories Friday and Saturday would push Toronto into the post season for the first time in eight years. The Athletics had the unenviable task of taking on…

June 30, 2012
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Junior B OLA Playoffs: Western Bracket

1 Six Nations Rebels 8 Niagara Thunderhawks Arguably the biggest favorite to win the Founders Cup this year is the host team and defending champions Six Nations Rebels. The Rebels lead 2-0 in the series and can thank their scoring for the wins. 13 different players have scored goals in the two games, including 6 multi-goal scorers. Leading the Rebels throughout the first two wins is Jacob Bomberry with 4…

June 29, 2012
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WLA Preview: Victoria Shamrocks Vs. Burnaby Lakers

June 29, 2012

On Friday night the WLA action heats up as the Victoria Shamrocks face off against the Burnaby Lakers. These two teams are tied for second place in the WLA. This is a huge game for both teams as whichever team wins this game will move into a tie with the Langley Thunder for first place in the WLA. These two teams have faced twice so far this season. Victoria won…

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Thunder fry Salmonbellies 10-5

June 28, 2012

On Wednesday night the Langley Thunder were back in action as they took on their rivals the New Westminster Salmonbellies. This was the second meeting between these two teams. Langley won the first game 12-8. The game began with Langley flexing their offensive muscle as despite only having 6 shots in the first period Langley were able to build a 4-0 lead. New Westminster though could not get their offense…

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Redmen Take on Lakers at MSL Halfway Point

After the Kitchener/Waterloo Kodiaks made a mess of the MSL standings Tuesday night by defeating the Six Nations Chiefs, the Brooklin Redmen started their week at home to the Ajax Rock. The game was the first in two nights for the Redmen as they’ll also travel to Peterborough to take on the Lakers Thursday night (more on this game later). With Kitchener jumping into a tie for third overall Tuesday…

June 28, 2012
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Kodiaks Stun Chiefs at Home in MSL

Concerning Tuesday night’s Major Series Lacrosse matchup between the Kitchener/Waterloo Kodiaks and the Six Nations Chiefs, a wise man once said “The Kodiaks have a chance to take this on home floor” and “The winning team may only need six [goals].” Oh wait, that was me. And, oh wait, I was right. Shameless gloating aside, the two teams, at least on paper, did not match up well at all. Logic dictated…

June 27, 2012
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Kevin Iwanusa Blog: USIL Devo Team vs the Voyageurs

As I write this its 4am Monday morning and I’m waiting for my flight back to Charlotte, a little early to say the least, but I have to work this morning and it’s not too strange of an occurrence for lacrosse players trying to maximize their chance to play at every opportunity. Especially indoor players, a high level box lacrosse game summertime in Charlotte doesn’t just find you. So myself…

June 27, 2012
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