Cajun’s Corner – This Is Happening

Con Bro and Brett. Baton Rouge. January. BOOM

Firstly, thank you all for the birthday wishes. I love you, you’re awesome.

Except you,

You were kind enough to wish your followers a happy birthday on October 22nd, 2010, with the exception of me. Singled out. Hatred towards the Cajun who has a Corner.

The evidence

I see how it is.


Time to drop a bomb of an announcement.

Do you like neewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwws?

Con Bro and Brett. Baton Rouge. January. BOOM

Yeah, that’s right. Con and Brett are coming to Baton Rouge for a two day clinic.

I told you lacrosse in the Deep South was going to be a big deal. They seem to think so. You didn’t know?

Call somebodayyyyy.


It’s been a long time coming since we placed our first order for helmets in June of 2009, but we finally got decals. (Anyone remember reading that post?)

Thanks to Jeff @ Breakaway Lacrosse for hooking us up with our helmets and the decals, and having the idea to have the number on one side but not the other.

Unfortunately the iPhone 4’s camera is completely incapable of bringing out the color purple. These pictures do no justice.

"D" is for Dutchvegas
Love the number on the other side

I think it’s kind of funny, looking at how far our team has come in 18 months and then wondering how far it will go over the next 18 months. In a way, that parallels Louisiana lacrosse.

Look at how far we’ve come in the last 6 years – we went from 4 teams to 16 teams, formed a league that has playoffs and All-District/State honors, and sent kids to college on lacrosse scholarships

Look at how far we’ve come in the last 12 years – no teams at all in the state.

Words can’t express how anxious I am to see where we’ll go in the next 12 years.

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Knox Hutchinson
Knox is a 25 year old High School Head Coach in a small area east of Baton Rouge. He played High School ball for four years, and college ball for about 1 week until he realized his collegiate priorities rested with more important things like partying and eventually trying to get his grades up. He enjoys things that most Louisiana people do – eating boiled crawfish and alligator, a cold Abita Amber, anything LSU, his dog, and his beautiful girlfriend, Audrey. Lacrosse is not listed because most Louisiana people have no idea what lacrosse is.


  1. Love hearing what’s going on in the Southern neighborhood. If any of you or any of your bros bring teams to Birmingham for the Dan Anderson tournament in the spring, have them to hit me up. And don’t sweat it, bro – Lacrosse Playground dissed me on my birthday, too (shakes fist ruefully).