Wed
May
22
07:00 PM
U15srBlack
U15faRed
Wed
May
22
07:00 PM
U15swYellow
U15grWhite
Wed
May
22
08:30 PM
U17srBlack
U17grMaroon
Wed
May
22
08:30 PM
U17swBlack
U17swYellow
Thu
May
23
06:00 PM
U11srGreen
U11faRed
Thu
May
23
07:00 PM
U13smBlue
U13faRed
Thu
May
23
07:00 PM
U11smBlue
U11swYellow
Thu
May
23
07:00 PM
U11grMaroon
U11grWhite
Thu
May
23
08:00 PM
U13srGreen
U13grGold
Thu
May
23
08:00 PM
U13swBlack
U13swYellow
Wed
May
15
08:30 PM
U17grMaroon
U17swYellow
3
8
Thu
May
16
06:00 PM
U11swYellow
U11faRed
8
4
Thu
May
16
07:00 PM
U11smBlue
U11srWhite
8
5
Thu
May
16
07:00 PM
U11srGreen
U11grWhite
2
3
Thu
May
16
07:00 PM
U13grGold
U13faRed
1
5
Thu
May
16
08:00 PM
U13srGreen
U13srGrey
2
3
Thu
May
16
08:00 PM
U13swBlack
U13grMaroon
6
4
Tue
May
21
06:00 PM
U11wzBlue
U11srWhite
3
5
Tue
May
21
07:00 PM
U13smYellow
U13srGreen
3
10
Tue
May
21
08:00 PM
U13grMaroon
U13srGrey
3
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About Box Lacrosse


Box Lacrosse is played on a standard sized arena floor and features 6 players (goaltender and five runners) of an 18-20 player team on the floor at one time.

The strategy of Lacrosse is similar to that of basketball, with all five runners involved in the offense and the defense. Added to the appeal are the speed and excitement created by a 30 second shot clock. The combination of action and reaction makes Box as much fun to play as it is to watch.

The game begins with a face-off.  Players battle for possession of the ball.  Box players use their sticks to pass, catch, and run with the ball.  A player may dislodge the ball from an opponent’s stick by the controlled poking and slapping of the stick of the ball carrier.  A stick may also be checked if the ball is loose or the ball is in the air.

To stop the opposing team from scoring, defensive players use good positioning to defend their net. In younger divisions there is limited or no body contact. The emphasis is to play team defense, turn the ball over, and move into offense quickly to create scoring chances.

Box Lacrosse is played almost exclusively in Canada, with annual National Championships occurring at seven levels. The award of the premiere junior (17-21) championship is the Minto Cup, while the best senior players in Canada (over 21) play for the Mann Cup.

Box Lacrosse is Canada's national summer sport. Both males and females play this version of Lacrosse in divisions across all ages.

Information from Canadian Lacrosse Association website www.lacrosse.ca and the Alberta Lacrosse Association

Upcoming Events


Jun. 07, 2024 to Jun. 09, 2024

Jim Hunt Memorial U13 Tournament
Sidewinders
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Jun. 12, 2024

WBLC Regular Season Ends
Regular season ends, team standings will be finalized and placed into play-off brackets.

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Jun. 16, 2024

U9 Jamboree
East St. Paul
All U9 teams are welcome to register for this fun day of lacrosse. Contact the Gryphons club for more information.

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