Welcome to our first Game Grower Spotlight for 2014. Here at Lacrosse All Stars, our mission has been to Grow The Game since day one. Not only is it our passion to Grow The Game, but we recognize it is the goal of countless others across the world. We want to take the time to honor those that make up the backbone of the lacrosse community, starting this week with Richard Roy of Burns, OR.
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On October 12th and 13th, Nadzitsaga-Harney Lacrosse and the Burns Paiute Tribe will be hosting the Reservation Day Celebration & Pow Wow and the 6th Annual Amos First Raised III Medicine Games Lacrosse Tournament at Burns High School, Burns, Oregon.
This amazing video comes to us from Eastern Oregon, a rural part of the state, where the game of lacrosse is rapidly taking off. Native communities are picking the sport up, and LAS’s own Richard Roy is a big part of the group making a huge difference. You want to see the game growing? Here […]
Once the kids move on, what is a lacrosse parent left to do? Richard Roy has some answers for you, and some interesting thoughts on the old leading the young!
Richard Roy, John Meade, and at least 20 players head to the Umatilla Reservation to provide a first-hand introduction to lacrosse in Eastern Oregon.
Richard Roy, John Meade, and Cam Bomberry make their way through Oregon Growing The Game with the local Native American population. It is an inspiring story of giving and community!
Richard Roy is back on LaxAllStars.com with some sad news out of Oregon. Fred “Fritz” Hayes was a great man in the Oregon lacrosse community, and his senseless murder has left the community reeling.
So, your homeschooler wants to play lacrosse in college! Or, I am a college lacrosse coach and have a lacrosse recruit that is a homeschooler! What do I need to know and consider? Richard Roy answers your questions.
Richard Roy joins LAS for the first time and presents an OPUS on the college decision. It’s not ALL about college lacrosse when making the biggest decision of your young life! Parents NEED to be involved and read this!