President - Jason Rudge
Vice President - Lesley Reynolds
Treasurer - Keri Black
Registrar - Julie Thur
House League Director - Dan Caswell
Rep Director - Andrea Shirtliff
Equipment Director - Joe O’Halloran
Sponsorship & Apparel Director - Lesley Reynolds
Media/Publicity Director - Carolyn Francis
Referee-in-chief/Referee Scheduler - Wayne Clarke
Fundraising Director - Karen Crawford
Director Player/Coach Development - Kyle Shirtliff
Director Scheduling - Jocelyn Knox
Director Tournaments - Kerri Ludlow
Director Website - Jackie Dikeos
Director Field Lacrosse - Jason Rudge
Assistant Director Field Lacrosse - Ross Clark
Past President - Cory Veitch
Secretary - Jackie Dikeos
Technical Bulletin 15-01
Bauer Hockey Corp recalls goal masks and cages
June 16, 2015
It has come to the attention of the CLA that there has been a recall on certain Bauer goal masks and cages which was issued by Bauer Hockey Corp. on March 31, 2015. The official recall information can be found at the following website:
In particular this recall involves the following goal masks and cages:
• Bauer Concept C1 Goal Mask with Certified Titanium Oval Wire
• Bauer NME 10 Goal Mask with Certified Titanium Oval Wire
• Bauer RP NME Ti Titanium Cage
The CLA encourages and lacrosse participants to follow up with the company if they are currently using any of the affected equipment. Consumers should stop using the recalled goal masks with the affected wire cages and contact Bauer Hockey Corp for a replacement cage and complimentary throat protector.
For more information, consumers may contact Bauer's Customer Service toll-free at 1-844-448-4246, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST. Consumers may also contact Bauer's Customer Service by email or visit Bauer's website.
The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) would like to ensure we are keeping our participants as up to date as possible with regards to equipment safety issues. Although we may not be able to keep track of all equipment recalls, when they are brought to our attention the CLA will post the information on our website. Players and parents are responsible to watch for equipment recalls and information at all times and to follow up with the manufacturer through the process provided by any recall notice.
Additional information and technical bulletins related to equipment may be found on the equipment page of the CLA website.
Apparel Order - deadline June 10-contact Lesley & see details below
Did you know that Lacrosse is Canada’s original National Sport? Come out and try your hand (and body) at the Canadian National Summer Sport. The Huntsville and District Minor Lacrosse Association includes the areas of Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Baysville, Lake of Bays, Parry Sound, Burks Falls, Sundridge and South River.
Divisions for box lacrosse players are set by birth year.
They are as follows:
Divisions for field lacrosse players are set by age as of December 31st, 2015.
They are as follows:
August 27th, 2014 Active Living Centre Huntsville Minor Hawks from ages 4-16 came out to celebrate a year filled with success and lessons learned.
Minor Hawks also celebrate a year of growth in all programs and look forward to a strong fall season before ramping up for another summer of the fastest game on two feet.
This year's Hawks thank the sponsors and community for their continued support. 2014 brought the return of many longstanding sponsors and welcomed new sponsors to the team. 2014 Team sponsors Oddfellows, Moller Insurance, R&G Construction, Pipefusion, Moose Delany's, Muskoka Aircraft Refinishing, Huntsville Honda, Armstrong Hyundai, Hutcheson, Reynold's and Caswell.
Due to the generosity of sponsors for the development program new development players, ages 4-10, were able take home a jersey. DN Design, Muskoka Aircraft Refinishing, Little Log homes, Armstrong Dodge.
Special thanks goes out to Muskoka Millwrighting Machining for the float for 2013 Santa Claus Parade Huntsville and Bracebridge.
This year three members of the Hawk family spread their wings and came home after successfully competing in national championships. Team Ontario Bantam National Gold medal winners Jason Knox and Brett Handsor and Team Ontario Junior Ladies Gold champion Marah Roberson.
It is always difficult to select award winners and this year was no different. Every athlete deserve congratulations, this year was no different.
Jack Bionda team most valuable player awards: tyke – Jaxon Crowder; novice – Riley Knox; peewee – Quinton Greenfeild; bantam – Brett Handsor ; midget – Evan Peltier and Shelby Ludlow.
Most improved player: tyke – Hunter Crawford; novice – Ethan Grigg; peewee – Brett Reynolds; bantam – Evan Dickson; midget – Xander Seifried.
Most dedicated player: tyke - this year theentier tyke team demonstrated exceptional dedication, their trophy will be held at the Summit Centre; novice – Carson Robins; peewee – Colby Reynolds; bantam – Carter Veitch; Midget – Nick VanGelder.
2014 field award winners U9 Most Outstanding Defensive Player - Gordon Pollock; Most Outstanding Midfielder - Jayden Oke; Most Outstanding Attack - Peter Perentisis. U11 award winners Most Outstanding Defensive Player - Riley Knox; Most Outstanding Midfielder - Cohen Poore; Most Outstanding Attack - Andy Bulloch. U13 Most Outstanding Defensive Player - Kaiya Roberson; Most Outstanding Offensive Player -Keese Zugehoer; MVP Morgan Aubin-Vardy. U15 Most Outstanding Defensive Player -Tyler Arnott; Most Outstanding Midfielder - Brett Handsor; Most Outstanding Attack - Evan Dickson. U17 Most Outstanding Defensive Player - Sam Stewart; Most Outstanding Midfielder - Jackson Bionda; Most Outstanding Attack - Ben Cronkright.
The Russell Murdy Memorial Award, awarded the the Bantam who demonstrates a love of the game - Tyler Arnott.
Jim Bishop Award for the outstanding contribution to the development of minor lacrosse – Corey Moore. Corey revamped the houseleague program, creating the new development program causing an explosion in registration numbers.
The Jimmy Thomson Award to the player expressing the most enjoyment and dedication to the sport – Jackson Bionda. Jackson also this year's Midget team captain consistently demonstrated dedication and a love of the sport both on and off the floor.
The Jim Meredith Award to the Most Valuable midget player at the provincial championships – Parker Bowman. Parker's drive and relentless determination led the team to a hard fought silver medal at this year's Provincial Championship in Whitby..
The Kirk Evans Award to the most inspirational player – Goalie - Shelby Ludlow. Nominations determined by the Kirk Evans Foundation.
The President’s Choice Award to the most outstanding volunteer, for his countless hours on and off the bench – Dave Thur. The Elva Stinson Award for spirit – Annie Ouderkirk. Annie can be spotted cheering for Hawks big and small, always helping in any way she can.
Huntsville District Minor Lacrosse Association invites all members to the AGM Monday Sept 15th.
Held at 7 pm on the second Wednesday of each month. They are held at the Canada Summit Centre in the Al Thorpe Room. To get on the agenda for the next meeting, please contact HDMLA President PRIOR to the meeting.
HDMLA Board of Directors