The Six Nations community came out on Saturday to celebrate a history-making, record-breaking 2014 lacrosse season.
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After a recent party on Averill Avenue in downtown Rochester caused police to step in, four St. John Fisher lacrosse players have been removed from the team.
Davis Daniel, 17, is being called a hero, thanks to his quick thinking and actions on an afternoon last summer. In the early evening hours of Aug. 20, Daniel was practicing lacrosse in the back yard of his Smith Mountain Lake home, when he heard the sounds of a horn and a man yelling for […]
It’s the fastest growing sport in America and Sunday lacrosse took over the campus of Wheeling Jesuit University. Cardinals Men’s Lacrosse Coach Kevin Dugan believes the growth is because the sport combines the high scoring offense of basketball and the physical defense of football or hockey.
The last wooden lacrosse stick maker in the UK is to retire, bringing to an end a century of production in Salford.
A nationally televised promo for fall television features a locally harvested earworm.
For a guy so accustomed to winning, lacrosse’s golden boy has little trouble seeing the silver lining that season-ending shoulder surgery will bring.
John Tavares, the New York Islanders centre who was the NHL’s player of the month for January, is working the corners. He spins, he rolls off two checkers, he has his head raised like a cobra in search of opportunity.
The Peterborough Lakers’ board of directors has voted to remove Ted Higgins as president, The Examiner has confirmed through sources close to the team.
The midfielder is the first freshman in the history of the school’s varsity program to give a Division I commitment, deciding on national power Syracuse University.
The Baggataway Cup Finals will take place from November 7 to 9, 2014 and will feature the top three teams from CUFLA’s East and West divisions. This is a very exciting time for field lacrosse fans as the central location of the venue makes it easily accessible for a very large number of guests.
Seattle-area high school lacrosse coaches Drew Snider and Chris O’Dougherty, whose Denver Outlaws won the Major League Lacrosse Championship this past August, were honored Sunday night in Denver in an on-field ceremony during the San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos NFL game.
Whether it’s coincidence, or a sign of some greater forces at work, the color yellow seems to follow Issaquah High School graduate Kevin Powers.
Cooper Helfet’s first NFL start might have been the best debut a Seahawks No. 3 tight end has ever had.
The list of honors and awards for Syracuse lacrosse legends Gary and Paul Gait continues to grow.