Thunder Bay Lacrosse House League Season comes to an end with all championships on June 19 and the Paperweights / Tykes / Novice and Intermediates on June 20. The season continues for Thunder Bay Rep Ice teams up to the provincials in the first week of August
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The Bantam Boys Ice began tournament play yesterday in Winnipeg at the Riley Schau Memorial Tournament. It is a mix of A and B rated teams.
Saturday morning saw the Ice start with a win vs Careberry Crushwheat. This team is formed with players from Careberry and Brandon Manitoba. The final was an 8-5 decision for Thunder Bay. James Flemming led the scoring with 4 goals and Daniel Czerwinski had 3. Caleb Atkinson had the other marker as Thunder Bay won this entertaining game
The afternoon game pitted the Ice against the Winnipeg Gryphons an A rated team and the results showed. Thunder Bay was unable to get much offense going and were beaten 9-1 by the Gryphons. Daniel Czerwinski scored their lone goal.
The results of their late game Saturday were not in yet and will determine the teams place in the playoff round.
The Intermediate Girls Ice returned from the Lax Angels Tournament In Kitchener this past weekend with mixed results. With a younger team than lasts due to graduation the Girls played hard in the A division. They started Friday night with a hard fought 2-2 tie against Windsor. Kayla Etreni tied the score late in the game to secure a point. Cloe Douillette was outstanding in net as the Ice were out shot.
Saturday morning saw the Ice face eventual tournament champions and powerhouse Nepean Knights. The game was not close as Nepean steamrolled the girls 8-0. Saturday afternoon the team faced the other tournament finalist Akwasasne Storm. They handled Thunder Bay easily 7-2 with Etreni and Alexis Del Ben supplying the Ice goals
Being eliminated from the playoffs, the Thunder Bay Ice beat Six Nations 5-2 in their final round robin game. Again Douillette played outstanding with Etreni 3 goals, MacArthur, and Martinuzzi supplying the other goals. It was a learning experience for the team with many new players and they hope to improve for their next tournament play June 14-16 in Whitby
All coaches and volunteers of the Thunder Bay Lacrosse League are required to supply the league with a current Police Record Check - Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC).
Police Checks are now done online through the Thunder Bay Police website at a cost of $25 (credit card only). Further details are available on their website.