Lacrosse

Jacob Dunbar, a member of the Port Coquitlam Saints of the BC Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League, was drafted by the San Diego Seals 13th overall in the NLL draft. (Photo courtesy of Paul Evans Photography)

Pair of Semiahmoo Rock alumni selected in first round of NLL draft

Patrick Shoemay and Jacob Dunbar drafted ninth, 13th respectively by San Diego Seals

 

Surrey downs Burnaby 8-6 in season opener at Cloverdale Arena. (Photo: submitted)

Junior Rebels top Burnaby in their first game in two years

Surrey downs Burnaby 8-6 in opener at Cloverdale Arena

 

Semiahmoo Rock

Three Semiahmoo Rock alums picked in Western Lacrosse Association draft

‘His dad would have been so proud’ of Aidan Ellis’ WLA selection

 

Surrey Lacrosse Association president Sean Reid (left) and wife Angie (right) with their kids Leland, Cameron, Evan and Taya. (submitted photo)

Surrey Rebels open registration with plans for ‘skills and drills’ season of box lacrosse

Last spring, the timing of the pandemic hit the game particularly hard

Surrey Lacrosse Association president Sean Reid (left) and wife Angie (right) with their kids Leland, Cameron, Evan and Taya. (submitted photo)
Semiahmoo Rock

Record-setting 10 Semiahmoo Rock players selected in B.C. junior lacrosse draft

Kaleb Borg is the highest Rock player selected, going in the second round to the Coquitlam Adanacs

Semiahmoo Rock
Semiahmoo Rock alumni selected in pro lacrosse draft

Semiahmoo Rock alumni selected in pro lacrosse draft

Tre Leclaire, Sam La Roue picked by National Lacrosse League teams

Semiahmoo Rock alumni selected in pro lacrosse draft
South Surrey lacrosse players Callie Foreman (left), Mercedes Hough (inset, top right) and Sophie Morris (inset, bottom right) will all play the next field-lacrosse season in the NCAA. (Contributed photos)

Trio of South Surrey lacrosse players ink NCAA scholarships

The future looks extremely bright, says Semiahmoo Rock president Colin Snyder

South Surrey lacrosse players Callie Foreman (left), Mercedes Hough (inset, top right) and Sophie Morris (inset, bottom right) will all play the next field-lacrosse season in the NCAA. (Contributed photos)
The Taylor Lacrosse Box at White Rock’s Centennial Park re-opened on the weekend. (File photo)

White Rock re-opens lacrosse box, sports fields as part of ‘phased-in’ plan

Since mid-May, the city has been opening outdoor facilities as COVID-19 restrictions ease

The Taylor Lacrosse Box at White Rock’s Centennial Park re-opened on the weekend. (File photo)
The Taylor Lacrosse Box at Centennial Park in White Rock remains closed. (File photo)

White Rock resident irked at city’s ‘phased-in’ approach to opening outdoor sports facilities

Outdoor lacrosse box at Centennial Park remains closed while tennis/pickleball courts have re-opened

The Taylor Lacrosse Box at Centennial Park in White Rock remains closed. (File photo)
New Langley Thunder goaltender Frank Scigliano played for England at the World Lacrosse Indoor World Championship this past September at Langley Events Centre. the 2020 Western Lacrosse Association season has been delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak (Paul Yates Langley Events Centre photo)

Mann Cup, Ontario and B.C. lacrosse seasons cancelled due to COVID-19

The MSL and WLA seasons were originally scheduled to begin later this month

New Langley Thunder goaltender Frank Scigliano played for England at the World Lacrosse Indoor World Championship this past September at Langley Events Centre. the 2020 Western Lacrosse Association season has been delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak (Paul Yates Langley Events Centre photo)
Claire Snyder – who plays localled with the Surrey Warriors and Semiahmoo Minor Lacrosse associations – has signed a lacrosse scholarship with the NCAA’s Northwestern University Wildcats. (Contributed photo)

Semiahmoo lacrosse star heading to NCAA after signing with ‘number one choice’

Claire Snyder will play at Northwestern University in the fall

Claire Snyder – who plays localled with the Surrey Warriors and Semiahmoo Minor Lacrosse associations – has signed a lacrosse scholarship with the NCAA’s Northwestern University Wildcats. (Contributed photo)
Jacob Dunbar, a member of the Port Coquitlam Saints of the BC Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League, has been chosen to play for Canada at the upcoming World Junior Lacrosse Championships. (Photo courtesy of Paul Evans Photography)

Semiahmoo Rock alum to represent Canada at World Junior Lacrosse Championship

Jacob Dunbar plays for Port Coquitlam Saints of BCJALL

Jacob Dunbar, a member of the Port Coquitlam Saints of the BC Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League, has been chosen to play for Canada at the upcoming World Junior Lacrosse Championships. (Photo courtesy of Paul Evans Photography)
The Surrey Rebels after winning bronze at the 2019 provincial tournament in Nanaimo, B.C. (Contributed)

Surrey peewee lacrosse team brings home first-ever provincial medal

Team overcame short bench, inexperience and age difference to bring home bronze

The Surrey Rebels after winning bronze at the 2019 provincial tournament in Nanaimo, B.C. (Contributed)
Sam La Roue (third from right) stands with members of the Burnaby Lakers after being selected first overall in the BC Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League draft Saturday.                                BCJALL photo

La Roue headlines Semiahmoo Rock selections in B.C. junior lacrosse draft

Earl Marriott Secondary two-sport star one of nine Rock players chosen Saturday

Sam La Roue (third from right) stands with members of the Burnaby Lakers after being selected first overall in the BC Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse League draft Saturday.                                BCJALL photo
Elijah Gill, 12, is the sole Surrey player on B.C.’s peewee lacrosse team headed to the national championships this August. (Samantha Anderson)

Cloverdale lacrosse player raising money for trip to nationals

Elijah Gill, 12, is the sole Surrey player on Team BC for PeeWee Lacrosse

Elijah Gill, 12, is the sole Surrey player on B.C.’s peewee lacrosse team headed to the national championships this August. (Samantha Anderson)
Eric Penney makes a save against the Buffalo Bandits. (Photo courtesy of Bill Wippert)

Stealth begin back-to-back series in Denver

Vancouver will be looking to avenge its home opener loss against the Colorado Mammoth.

Eric Penney makes a save against the Buffalo Bandits. (Photo courtesy of Bill Wippert)
Mady Morrison has been playing with Team BC for four years, but has only played field goalie for a few of those. Her strategy is to come out of the net as an eighth defender, bringing extra force to the defensive line. (Kim Gane photo)

LACROSSE: North Delta teen signs with LaSalle University

Upon graduation, Seaquam Secondary’s Mady Morrison will play at the highest level of women’s lacrosse

Mady Morrison has been playing with Team BC for four years, but has only played field goalie for a few of those. Her strategy is to come out of the net as an eighth defender, bringing extra force to the defensive line. (Kim Gane photo)