The TBLL has decided that we will be canceling our season. This was a very hard decision for us, but we see that this is the best option in the unknown situation we are in. Thank you to the players and parents, we look forward to seeing you next year. It is unfortunate that, but we are working very hard for the 2021 season. We will have all refunds out by June 1st.
If circumstances change and we are able to safely host an event this upcoming summer we will keep all members up to date.
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"A standout lacrosse goaltender from Greater Sudbury, Douillette has again been named to the Team Ontario box lacrosse squad, this time at the midget level. The 16-year-old Macdonald-Cartier student will represent the province for a third and final time at the Canadian Lacrosse Association Minor Box Lacrosse National Championships, to be held in Coquitlam, B.C., Aug. 20-24."
-Ben Leeson, Sudbury Star
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Ice Goalie headed to Nationals
Our Intermediate girls' team travel to Whitby this past August 6-8 2019 to compete in the Ontario Lacrosse Association annual Provincials. After a hard battle throughout the weekend, our girls were successful.
We would like to thank our dedicated coaches and team.
Girls Ice head to Provincials
The Bantam Boys Ice began their tournament play yesterday at the Riley Schau Memorial Tournament in Winnipeg.
Saturday morning the ICE team earned their first win against the Careberry Crushwheat. The final was an 8-5 win for Thunder Bay.
James Flemming led our scoring with 4 goals, followed by Daniel Czerwinski contributing 3.
The next game, Thunder Bay Ice was defeated against the Winnipeg Gryphons. Being A rated team, the results showed. Thunder Bay was unable to get much offense going and lost 9-1. Daniel Czerwinski scored the one goal.