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Coaches named for 2018 season.

Posted by NICOLE KOKOSKA at Mar 15, 2018 4:09PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Hello Mission box lacrosse families;
We want to inform you of the Coaches named for this season.
Novice A will be coached by Jamie Raffan. Jamie has coached Novice A last year and played NLL as well.
Peewee A will be coached by Dave Wallace. Dave and his family are long time laxers. Dave is on the Mission Lacrosse Club’s executive as Head Coach for Field Lacrosse.
Bantam A will be coached by Owen Munro. Owen is Head Coach of Box in our MLC executive. He was also a player in this club. We won’t reveal how many years ago.
Midget A has been given to Sean Downey. Sean was a former executive member and has a long history with lacrosse in Mission and elsewhere.
Bantam female will be coached by Martin Sagmoen. Martin coached the female bantams last year and still plays today.
Midget female will be headed by Dan Tracey. Dan co-coached bantam female last year.
B and C coaches will be posted as soon as I’m notified.

Thank you.
Nicole Kokoska, Secretary MLC
Have an incredible season! Lax Rox!!!

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Mud Dawgs Awards Night

Posted by Mission Lacrosse Club at Feb 2, 2018 12:40AM PST ( 0 Comments )

The Mission Mud Dawgs are inviting all players and parents to the annual awards night on Friday, Feb. 16.

Join us at 6:30 p.m. at the Hatzic Middle School Gym as we hand out awards and acknowledgments for all the hard work put in by players, coaches and volunteers.

First Gym Night a Huge Success

Posted by Mission Lacrosse Club at Jan 26, 2018 9:31AM PST ( 0 Comments )

A huge shoutout to all the players who came out to learn more about the game of lacrosse on Tuesday night, as well as the coaches, volunteers, and parents. It was a massive success with more than 40 Mini-Tyke, Tyke and first-year Novice players coming out to play.

We have seven more sessions on Tuesday nights between January 30 and March 13, so don’t miss out on the next one. For more information:

You can also find a photo slideshow of Tuesday night’s practice here:

And if you haven’t yet – you still have time to register! You can do so online here on the website.

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Gym Nights Announcement

Posted by Owen Munro at Jan 19, 2018 6:19PM PST ( 0 Comments )

The Mission Lacrosse Club is providing an opportunity for those up and coming laxers to get their sticks out and have a fun night all at the same time.

Starting this Tuesday, Jan. 23 and for an additional 8 weeks, the MLC is offering Gym Nights to the following age groups:

6 – 7:00 p.m. sessions
- Mini-Tyke (2012/13 birth date)

7 – 8:00 p.m. sessions
- Tyke (2010/2011 birth date)
- First-year Novice (2009 birth date)

We are offering 8 free sessions at the Community Gym at Heritage Park Middle School from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. No equipment is needed – we will provide the sticks and balls – just bring a good attitude!

The Dates:

January 23
January 30
February 6
February 13
February 20
February 27
March 6
March 13

Mission Players Drafted to Junior A

Posted by Owen Munro at Jan 19, 2018 5:58PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Congratulations to Matthew Abbott, Jude McAdie and Josh Bramley for being selected in the 2018 BCJALL Midget Draft at the Langley Events Centre on Jan. 6.

The Langley Thunder got the ball rolling, drafting Matt near the top of the third round with the No. 18 pick. They would later pick up Josh at the top of the fifth round with the No. 34 selection. Both Matt and Josh spent some time with Maple Ridge in Intermediate A & B, and Matt also played some games with the Coquitlam Adanacs. The pair will join a large contingent of former Mission Sasquatch players such as Dryden Recsky and Imat Grewal.

Sandwiched in between those two was Jude, who was picked up by the Port Coquitlam Saints. Jude developed into a regular on the Poco Inter A bench towards the end of last season, giving the black and yellow reliable player and a boost as a strong call-up defender.

We will be sure to update you on how these players and other graduating midgets do as the junior structure transitions to a five-year program.