Another promising season ended in deep disappointment for the Orillia Kings on the weekend as they were swept out of the playoffs by Akwesasne.
The Orillia Experience Nissan Kings entered this weekend in the driver's seat with a chance to score a pair of home-floor victories and seize an early stranglehold in their first-round playoff series against the Akwesasne Indians.
Kyler Acchione of the Barrie Bombers fends off a member of the Toronto Beaches during first-round peewee lacrosse action during Day 1 of the Anthony Acchione Memorial Classic taking place this weekend at the East Bayfield Community Centre in Barrie.
Another slow start mixed with penalty troubles proved to be a deadly combination as Orillia's Experience Nissan Kings were dumped 10-6 by the host Halton Hills Bulldogs Thursday night.
The Barrie Lakeshores won their Ontario Junior 'A' Lacross League season home-opener on Sunday night with a 15-10 win over the Whitby Warriors at the Innisfil Recreational Centre.
Drenched by incessant rain, caked in mud, their bodies bruised and battered, the gratified smiles said it all: there is nothing more satisfying than the sweet taste of victory. And that's what the talented and determined girls of the Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School girls' field lacrosse team felt after two intense days of action this week
A pair of Orillia boys' field lacrosse teams shone at the rain-soaked provincial championship on the weekend with the local U13 boys' squad putting an exclamation mark on the season-ending tournament by winning a gold medal as Ontario's top team in their age group.
Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School, the reigning provincial high- school girls' field lacrosse champion, opened defence of their Ontario title Wednesday with an impressive 13-0 win over their local rivals.
Michael Montgomery began playing lacrosse when he was three. By the time he turned six, he had moved up to rep lacrosse and has never looked back.
The Barrie Colts have put a face to their rebuild.
Clarke MacArthur has returned to the ice at the Canadian Tire Centre because he’s not ready to shut the door, throw in the towel or extinguish the fire that burns deep inside to pull on his No. 16 jersey again.