As a rule, wedding photographers give you the best angle for lax action and Andy of the Buckley Lacrosse Club snapped some great pics of Seattle area action over the weekend. The weather has been spectacular in the NW this past few months and that means more time for the weekend warriors to strap it on and get out on the field. Glad to see that passion for the game is alive and well in the land of Lewis and Clark.
I had a chance recently to spend time with my old team when they asked me to come out and photograph one of their games to use on a new web site. I had a great time, and I hope you like the pictures. Also, if you’ve never seen a lacrosse game before, check one out soon. There are more opportunities than ever before, with a new indoor professional team, the Washinton Stealth, playing at Comcast Arena and teams being added at every level of play. Lastly, if you haven’t had a burger and a beer at Buckley’s pub in Lower Queen Anne (just a short walk from Red Box Pictures HQ), you’re missing out, so go!
NEWS & NOTES
– Jumbo Jack was tweeting live from the Face-Off Classic in Baltimore this weekend.
Check out all the game recaps at IL:
Or read Wilson’s Weekend Wheelhouse for some deep analysis.
– Syracuse has 5 players on the 2010 Tewaaraton Watch List.
– Lauren Dykstra of LeHigh was named to the 2010 Tewaaraton Watch List.
– Coaches think the UVA/SU rivalry needs to stay put on campus.
– Penn beat Air Force 8-7.
– The Union College (NY) men had seven different goal scorers in the team’s 8-3 victory at Babson (MA) on Saturday.
– Stevenson crushed Kean 22-3, Kazimer had 5G/4 A
– The Calgary Roughnecks dominated the Philly Wings on Saturday.
– Union-Endicott (NY) senior Danielle Mastro announced on Friday that she will be attending Brown University.
– Prattville, California lost their first ever lacrosse game on Saturday afternoon 14-5, but despite some initial confusion over the coin toss, it was a big success.
– The Woodlands (TX) Men’s Lacrosse Club will host the Annual Jack Schantz Memorial Lacrosse Day on Saturday, March 27.
– Lake Highland boys lose to defending state champion Boca Raton by 1 goal in Orlando high school action.
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