Welcome to Crosse Clicks! We’re putting together an epic post with tons of fantastic lacrosse information, photos, video and more. Everyone will find at least one thing they love… and this first item is a strong contender:
Want To Win A Woodie?
The Onondaga Redhawks box lacrosse team is raffling a Traditional Wooden Lacrosse stick. The stick is made by legendary stick maker Alfie Jacques who makes sticks for the Iroquois Nationals World team, the Onondaga Redhawks, and also crafted the sticks used in the Major Motion Picture Crooked Arrows. Generally his sticks retail for $350 and there is a waiting list of at least a half a year to receive your stick once ordered, BUT for this raffle tickets are 1 for $5 OR 5 tickets for $20.
If you’d like more info, email us, and we’ll put you in touch with Neal Powless.
This Game Was The RAINIEST
Brown took down High Point on the road in North Carolina. While the highlights below show mostly HPU moments, the really incredible thing is how much rain is coming down. It’s tough to tell in the video… until the ball hits the net. Then you get a great idea for a soaker that game really was.
Gilman Vs GPrep – ALL the Goals
I think that video gave me Slap Shot goalie-itis.
UVM – Holy Cross Highlights
Providence Tops Bryant
New England Prep Time!
Aw, they’re still scrimmaging.
Lacrosse In The News
Didn’t know Rabil was a millionaire. Not bad for a former lax bro. We kid, we kid – Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Millionaire Hits Wall Street to Find Fame. GVSU appears on Today Show, pays respects to Seton Hill Coach, who passed away. It’s not just about the numbers…
Mike Messere is king of lacrosse coaches with 757 wins, 15 state titles. A 20-3 win is great. When you rack up 14 points it can better. When your name is Antsy Evans, and 10 of those 14 points are assists, it’s awesome. This is an inspiring, but still sad, story: Columbine heads East, to Newtown, CT. Baltimore Sun: Automatic qualifiers valuable and necessary for college lacrosse. Pannell joins 300-point club, Cornell men’s lacrosse knocks off Siena.