News


UNFORTUNATELY, DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THE 2019 X-TREME PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.  WE WISH TO THANK OUR VOLUNTEERS AND SPONSORS, AND LOOK FORWARD TO A GREAT 2019/2020 SEASON.

Teams


Brookswood

Brookswood
Bobcats

Langley

Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge
Ramblers

Maple Ridge

Riverside

Riverside
Rapids

Port Coquitlam

Centennial

Centennial
Centaurs

Coquitlam

Mission

Mission
Roadrunners

Mission

Royal Bay

Royal Bay
Ravens

Colwood

 
Charles Best

Dr. Charles Best
Blue Devils

Coquitlam

Nanaimo District

Nanaimo District
Islanders

Nanaimo

STMC

St. Thomas More Collegiate Knights

Burnaby

Claremont

Claremont
Spartans

Victoria

New Westminster

New Westminster Hyacks

New Westminster

Sardis

Sardis
Falcons

Chilliwack

Heritage Woods

Heritage Woods
Kodiaks

Port Moody

Penticton

Penticton
Lakers

Penticton

Terry Fox

Terry Fox
Ravens

Port Coquitlam

Holy Cross

Holy Cross
Crusaders

Surrey

Pitt Meadows

Pitt Meadows
Marauders

Pitt Meadows

Vancouver College

Vancouver College Fighting Irish

Vancouver

 
           

Schedules


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Executive & Team Contacts


Position Name Email
Referee-in-Charge Jody Weatherby ric@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Scheduler Clare Ellison scheduler@bchighschoollacrosse.ca

School Name Email
Centennial Centaurs Ian Radonich centennial@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils Gord Kask charlesbest@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Claremont Spartans Darren Reisig claremont@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Heritage Woods Kodiaks Todd Clerkson heritagewoods@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Nanaimo District Islanders Joel Smith nanaimodistrict@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Royal Bay Ravens Lucas MacNeil royalbay@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
St. Thomas More Knights Mitchel Cavallarin stthomasmore@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Sardis Falcons Dan Heisler sardis@bchighschoollacrosse.ca
Vancouver College Fighting Irish Matt Esaw vancollege@bchighschoollacrosse.ca

About Lacrosse


Lacrosse is one of the oldest organized sports in North America.  While at one point it was a field game or ritual played by First Nations, it became popular among non-Indigenous peoples in the mid-1800s.  When the National Lacrosse Association of Canada was formed in 1867, it was the Dominion of Canada’s first governing body of sport.  Lacrosse was confirmed as Canada’s official summer sport in 1994.  The Canadian national lacrosse teams (men and women) rank highly in the world standings, both in field and box lacrosse.

British Columbia is regarded as one of the hotbeds of lacrosse in Canada, with many high school players recruited by colleges, junior, senior and professional box and field teams on both sides of the border.  BC High School Lacrosse provides an opportunity for field lacrosse players to represent their secondary schools against other area schools, culminating with an annual Provincial Championships tournament in March for Junior and Senior age groups, Tiers 1 and 2.

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