Shawn Evans | Nationwide Lacrosse
Hello everyone, my name is Shawn Evans and I was born and raised in Peterborough Ontario. I’m known as the “baby” of the family as I am the youngest of 4 siblings. My parents Paul and Carlie Evans brought me into this world on April 28th, 1986. I come from a large sports family in Peterborough where we have excelled in Hockey and Lacrosse. I started playing lacrosse at the age of 3 and haven’t put my lacrosse stick down since. I grew a passion and love for the game of lacrosse early in my life and it has only grown stronger to this day. I continue to play at the highest level and I push myself to be at my best every time I step on to the turf. I’m a big believer that my personal successes wouldn’t have been possible without the help of my teammates and coaches over my many years of playing. As serious and competitive as I am the biggest thing to always remember is to have “FUN”. I still live in Peterborough Ontario where I share my life with my amazing wife Kayla and Beautiful daughters Paityn and twin daughters Ella and Emery. I’m looking forward to teaching the next generation of lacrosse players the knowledge I have learned over my 27 years and counting of playing this great game of Lacrosse. Cheers.
- 2 Gold Medals for Canada (2011 & 2015)
- 1 Tournament MVP (2015)
- Buffalo Bandits (2018-Present)
- New England Black Wolves (2016-2017 season)
- Calgary Roughnecks (2011-2015)
- Rochester Knighthawks (2006-2010)
- 2 NLL MVP (2013 & 2015)
- 2 NLL Leading Scorer (2013 & 2015)
- 1 NLL All-Star Game MVP (2010)
- 1 NLL Championship (2007)
- Drafted Rochester Knighthawks (2006)
- Peterborough Lakers (2004-Present)
- 4 Mann Cups (2004, 2006, 2010, 2012)
- 7 Ontario Championships
- 1 MSL MVP (2013)
- 2 MSL Leading Scorers
- 2 MSL Playoff Leading Scorers (2009, 2012)
- 1 Mike Kelly Award for Mann Cup MVP (2010)
- Mann Cup Points Record (37 in 2010)
- Mann Cup Assist Record (32 in 2010)
- Six Nations (2007)
- Peterborough Lakers (2001-2006)
- 2 Bobby Allan Awards for the Top Scorer (2006, 2007)
- 2 OLA regular season MVP Awards (2006, 2007)
- 3 Jim Veltman Awards for Most Outstanding Player (2005,2006,2007)
- 1 OLA Championship Six Nations (2007)
- 2 Minto Cup National Championships (2006,2007)
- 1 Minto Cup MVP Award (2006)
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3d Lacrosse Wraps Up Winter Box Leagues Nationwide To Spring Into Scholastic Season
DENVER—3d Lacrosse Select programs nationwide recently wrapped up winter box leagues aimed at helping local scholastic players and programs raise their level of play heading into the spring season.
Structured with training and games built into each weekly meeting, 3d Lacrosse offers a game-changing experience for participants by pulling from the 3d Methodology.
The Winter Box Lacrosse League, also known as the WBLL, completed its seventh year of operation and now features two divisions. The North, hosted by Boston-based 3d New England, saw the Middlesex team hoist the trophy. The South division, hosted by Rhode Island-based 3d Bears, was won by the Quakers, a team made up of players from Moses Brown in Providence.
In the fifth season of the Connecticut Winter Box Lacrosse League, hosted by Glastonbury-based 3d NE South, the Deerfield Academy team took home a head-turning fifth consecutive championship.
Meanwhile, Denver-based 3d Colorado hosted another busy season of the Colorado Box Lacrosse League, with five different divisions, including Varsity and JV divisions that were both claimed by the Mountain Vista program. And in Oregon, Portland-based 3d Oregon hosted the Oregon Box Lacrosse League, which was comprised of girls teams and saw the Bears, a team from Lake Oswego, take home the title.
Matt Rowley, 3d Lacrosse’s EVP of Business Development, is also a longtime 3d Master Coach and has been involved in running 3d Lacrosse’s box lacrosse leagues since the company’s inception.
Rowley believes the impact of the leagues in New England on the participating local scholastic programs is immeasurable—and he’s seen it firsthand as a coach in the region’s hyper-competitive Independent School League.
He credits the company’s steadfastness and consistent approach to league operations, as well as strong facility partners, as keys to success.
“Our 3d box leagues have really stood the test of time for us and we’ve been able to help countless student-athletes and entire scholastic programs get better over the course of the winter,” Rowley said.
“We’ve been able to establish best practices in our more established regions and then replicate that experience for players and coaches in some of our newer areas. This has unquestionably raised the level of play for the individual athletes and for the programs that those kids then take the field with come spring. It’s made the quality of lacrosse higher in a lot of ways and we’ve got a lot of coaches who are proud of that.”
Below is the complete list of winners from this year’s 3d Lacrosse box leagues:
Winter Box Lacrosse League (WBLL) North: Middlesex
Winter Box Lacrosse League (WBLL) South: Quakers (Moses Brown)
Oregon Box Lacrosse League (OBLL) High School: Bears (Lake Oswego)
Box Upstate Lacrosse League (BULL) High School: Fairport
Connecticut Winter Box Lacrosse League (CTWBLL): Deerfield
Colorado Box Lacrosse League (CBLL) Varsity: Mountain Vista
Colorado Box Lacrosse League (CBLL) JV: Mountain Vista
Frederick Box Lacrosse League (FBLL) Varsity: Urbana
For more information on 3d Lacrosse’s lineup of box lacrosse league and box training opportunities, visit 3dlacrosse.com.
About 3d Lacrosse
3d Lacrosse is the nation’s fastest-growing lacrosse services company, offering innovative training, premier events, select travel teams, showcases and leagues for boys and girls ages six through 18 at all levels of organized competition. Founded in 2009, the Company trains more than 35,000 athletes annually using its proprietary Box-Field Hybrid™ Development System that combines the tight stick-handling and ball control of box lacrosse with the team-based field strategies used in Division I college programs. In addition to lacrosse-specific training, professional coaches help players develop lifelong skills, including dedication, teamwork and critical thinking under pressure. Based in Denver, 3d Lacrosse also has offices in Annapolis, Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Hartford, Houston, New York, Portland, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco, Tampa and Westfield, N.J. Learn more at 3dLacrosse.com.
3d Lacrosse on Twitter: Twitter.com/3dlacrosse
Headgear Reduces Concussions in High School Girls’ Lacrosse, Study Shows
“It’s so new, we haven’t been able to even share the results with stakeholders and medical advisers,” said Carpenetti, whose organization spearheaded the establishment of standards for girls-specific lacrosse headgear several years ago. “Right now, we’re helping showcase evidence from a study that highlights the risk mitigation benefits of wearing headgear for girls high school lacrosse players.”
Carpenetti, however, added that she expected the topic will remain controversial within the sport’s circles and cautioned, as did Herman, that the new research did not address headgear use for girls younger than high schoolers, or for college players.
USA Lacrosse has scheduled a sport medicine symposium for Wednesday and Thursday, when the lead researchers of the Florida study will present their findings. It is also worth noting that no athletic headgear has proved to prevent all concussions. But in the case of lacrosse, headgear has been effective in reducing head trauma caused by stick-to-head or ball-to-head contact.
In roughly the past five years, as concerns about head injuries in youth sports have escalated, hundreds of U.S. school districts have made headgear compulsory at girls’ lacrosse games and practices. Two manufacturers, Cascade, the leading maker of boys’ lacrosse helmets, and Hummingbird Sports in New Jersey, have met the growing demand for lacrosse headgear designed for women.
But the pushback against headgear is staunch and well-connected since it includes many of the highest-level college coaches, who worry that the equipment will ruin the non-contact spirit of the girls’ game. Many fear that headgear use will subsequently lead to shoulder and elbow pads and heavily padded gloves, which are staples of the rough-and-tumble boys’ game. The more gear on the players, their theory goes, the more physical the sport becomes.
Lynn Millinoff, who recently retired after 14 years as the girls’ lacrosse coach at Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Fla., views Florida’s headgear era with a mix of emotions. She said the initial guidance from state officials was chaotic and confounding. She believes the players felt more emboldened and the game consequently grew rougher with more serious injuries from the neck down. She said the headgear was still unpopular among players and worried about the effect on participation levels since each piece of headgear costs about $150.
“But I’m torn,” Millinoff said Thursday. “I’ve seen some of the kids on my teams with concussions and it’s hard to watch that because they’re walking around in a cloud. It’s tough for everybody.”
2021 USA Girls Lacrosse All Americans (Nationwide)
2021 High School Girls Lacrosse All-Americans
Area | Name | Grad Year | Position | High School
Alabama Janie Jasinski 2021 Midfield Oak Mountain
Alabama Olivia McClellan 2021 Attack Vestavia Hills
Arizona Carly Dirrigl 2022 Midfield Desert Vista
Arizona Rylee Dockery 2021 Defense Casteel
California – Central Coast Elison Noto 2022 Midfield Sacred Heart Prep
California – Central Coast Emily Leschin 2023 Midfield Sacred Heart Prep
California – Central Coast Genna Gibbons 2021 Midfield Sacred Heart Prep
California – Central Coast Kate Gerrity 2022 Midfield St. Ignatius College Prep
California – Central Coast Katherine Showalter 2022 Midfield Sacred Heart Prep
California – Central Coast Olivia Carlino 2021 Midfield Archbishop Mitty
California – Central Coast Stella Axe 2024 Midfield Woodside Priory
California – Greater Los Angeles Bree Weber 2022 Midfield Valencia
California – Greater Los Angeles Emma Ing 2021 Midfield Newbury Park
California – Greater Los Angeles Jackie Nunchow 2021 Midfield Chaminade
California – Greater Los Angeles Jordan Davis 2021 Midfield Redondo Union
California – Greater Los Angeles Lilly Riehl 2021 Midfield Cate
California – Greater Los Angeles Morgan Wlaschin 2022 Goalie Redondo Union
California – Greater Los Angeles Sammy Nunchow 2021 Midfield Chaminade
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Alannah Scott 2021 Attack San Ramon Valley
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Chloe Morris 2021 Defense San Ramon Valley
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Daria Sciutto 2021 Midfield Oakridge
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Emerson Bohlig 2021 Midfield Miramonte
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Grace Gebhardt 2021 Attack Acalanes
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Gracie McCauley 2021 Midfield Campolindo
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Haley Richards 2024 Goalie Campolindo
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Kalena Johnson 2021 Midfield Amador Valley
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Katie Jones 2021 Midfield Granite Bay
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Lauren Iorio 2021 Midfield San Ramon Valley
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Payton Walker 2021 Midfield Oakridge
California – North Coast/Sac-Joaquin Samantha Smith 2021 Midfield Tamalpais
California – Orange County Elena Torres 2022 Attack Foothill
California – Orange County Grace Karstetter 2022 Attack St. Margaret’s Episcopal
California – Orange County Jadyn Zdanavage 2023 Midfield Portola
California – Orange County Jenae Sperling 2022 Midfield Mission Viejo
California – Orange County Makena Coury 2021 Midfield San Clemente
California – Orange County Molly Jacobson 2022 Midfield Santa Margarita Catholic
California – Orange County Natalie Anderson 2021 Midfield Foothill
California – Orange County Olivia Gritzmacher 2022 Attack Newport Harbor
Central Texas Abby Moran 2022 Midfield St. Michael’s Catholic Academy
Central Texas Olivia Jenson 2022 Midfield Westlake
Central Texas Sadie Stevens 2022 Midfield Vandegrift
Colorado Cate Lord 2021 Midfield Regis Jesuit
Colorado Grace Weigand 2021 Midfield Regis Jesuit
Colorado Jessie Bakes 2021 Midfield Colorado Academy
Colorado Katharine Merrifield 2021 Midfield Colorado Academy
Colorado Kylie Kenny 2021 Midfield Aspen
Colorado Lauren Rismani 2021 Attack Valor Christian
Colorado Lily Assini 2022 Midfield Cherry Creek
Colorado Maya Rutherford 2021 Defense Colorado Academy
Colorado Tess Osborn 2022 Attack Valor Christian
Connecticut Amelia Hughes 2022 Goalie Wilton
Connecticut Callie Cirilli 2021 Attack Fairfield Ludlowe
Connecticut Ceci Stein 2022 Midfield Darien
Connecticut Claire Mahoney 2022 Goalie New Canaan
Connecticut Dillyn Patten 2022 Attack New Canaan
Connecticut Ellie Traggio 2022 Midfield Hotchkiss School
Connecticut Emma Magazu 2021 Defense Newtown
Connecticut Emma Schuh 2021 Defense New Canaan
Connecticut Franny O’Brien 2022 Midfield Sacred Heart Greenwich
Connecticut Isabella Miceli 2021 Midfield Joel Barlow
Connecticut Jami-Lynn MacDonald 2022 Attack Hotchkiss School
Connecticut Kaleigh Harden 2022 Midfield New Canaan
Connecticut Madison Epke 2022 Midfield Guilford
Connecticut Margaret Maruszewski 2021 Midfield Greenwich Academy
Connecticut McKenna Harden 2021 Midfield New Canaan
Connecticut Molly McGuckin 2022 Attack Darien
Connecticut Nelle Kniffin 2021 Defense Darien
Connecticut Raegan Bailey 2021 Attack Cheshire
Connecticut Reagan Tenaglia 2021 Midfield New Fairfield
Connecticut Samantha Forrest 2021 Midfield Glastonbury
Connecticut Shea Dolce 2022 Goalie Darien
Connecticut Shira Parower 2021 Attack Staples
Delaware Annie Leo 2021 Midfield Sanford School
Delaware Elizabeth Rishko 2022 Midfield Cape Henlopen
Delaware Emily Monigle 2021 Midfield Cape Henlopen
Delaware Lexi Goff 2021 Attack Ursuline Academy
Delaware Lydia Colasante 2023 Midfield Tatnall School
Delaware Superia Clark 2022 Midfield Dover High School
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Alison Baldwin 2021 Defense Georgetown Visitation
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Annabel Frist 2021 Midfield St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Anne O’Hara 2021 Defense Langley
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Ashley Bowen 2021 Goalie Bishop Ireton
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Blair Guy 2021 Midfield Bishop Ireton
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Caroline Conaghan 2021 Attack Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Cate Bradley 2021 Attack St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Devin Alsup 2021 Attack W.T. Woodson
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Ella Creagh 2021 Attack Woodbridge Senior
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Emelia Bohi 2021 Goalie Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Erika Chung 2021 Midfield Langley
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Grace Muldoon 2021 Midfield Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Grace Slater 2021 Attack Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Gracie Smith 2021 Midfield Good Counsel
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Hadley Boston 2021 Midfield St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Josephine Baur 2021 Attack Good Counsel
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Julia Carr 2021 Midfield Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Mackenzie Fitzgerald 2021 Midfield Flint Hill
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Molly McGuckin 2021 Midfield Georgetown Visitation
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Morgan Koeneke 2021 Attack Freedom
District of Columbia – Potomac (DC, MD, VA) Peyton Shreves 2022 Midfield Connelly School of the Holy Child
Florida – Central (Orlando) Ashley Thurston 2021 Midfield Lake Highland Preparatory
Florida – Central (Orlando) Elizabeth Eberley 2021 Midfield Trinity Preparatory
Florida – Central (Orlando) Isabella Mims 2021 Midfield East Ridge
Florida – Central (Orlando) Jaylee Ault 2021 Attack Lake Brantley High School
Florida – Central (Orlando) Laila Viator 2021 Midfield Hagerty High School
Florida – Central (Orlando) Olivia Adamson 2021 Attack Lake Highland Preparatory School
Florida – Central (Orlando) Sarah Pokorny 2021 Midfield Lake Highland Preparatory School
Florida – Gulf Coast Carolee Jones 2021 Midfield H. B. Plant High School
Florida – Gulf Coast Justyce Barber 2021 Attack Berkeley Preparatory School
Florida – Gulf Coast Katherine Prentice 2023 Midfield Steinbrenner High School
Florida – Gulf Coast Lane Calkins 2022 Midfield Naples High School
Florida – Gulf Coast McKenzie Olsen 2021 Midfield IMG
Florida – Gulf Coast Prentice Atterbury 2021 Attack Community School of Naples
Florida – Gulf Coast Sophia Pyne 2022 Midfield Academy of Holy Names
Florida – Gulf Coast Taylor LaPoint 2023 Midfield Steinbrenner High School
Florida – Gulf Coast Taylor Vara 2021 Defense Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School
Florida – North Katie Kornacki 2021 Midfield Flagler Palm Coast High School
Florida – North Keeley Cleland 2022 Midfield Episcopal School of Jacksonville
Florida – North Margaret Dethloff 2021 Defense Bartram Trail High School
Florida – North Pierson Schuchart 2021 Midfield Ponte Vedra High School
Florida – North Ryann Frechette 2024 Attack Bartram Trail High School
Florida – North Sami Lowinger 2021 Attack Ponte Vedra High School
Florida – North Sofia Chepenik 2022 Attack Episcopal School of Jacksonville
Florida – South Ainsley Huizenga 2021 Midfield American Heritage Delray
Florida – South Alexa Vega 2023 Midfield Vero Beach High School
Florida – South Casey Roberts 2022 Midfield American Heritage Delray
Florida – South Emily Adams 2021 Attack Vero Beach High School
Florida – South Paryton Wainman 2021 Midfield American Heritage Delray
Florida – South Atlantic Ava Yovino 2022 Midfield Saint Thomas Aquinas
Florida – South Atlantic Helaina Harris 2021 Goalie Ransom Everglades
Florida – South Atlantic Jaycee Englehard 2021 Attack Cypress Bay
Florida – South Atlantic Sofia Guttmann 2022 Midfield Saint Thomas Aquinas
Florida – South Atlantic Taylor McClain 2021 Attack Pine Crest
Georgia Abby Vane 2022 Attack Johns Creek High School
Georgia Annie Parker 2021 Midfield Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School
Georgia Bella Steigerwalt 2021 Defense West Forsyth
Georgia Brie Catts 2021 Midfield Milton High School
Georgia Brooke Beard 2021 Attack Fellowship Christian School
Georgia Cami Merkel 2021 Attack West Forsyth
Georgia Chandler McHale 2022 Midfield Cambridge HS
Georgia Delaney Jean Gilcrest 2021 Midfield Kell High School
Georgia Emma Anderson 2023 Goalie West Forsyth
Georgia Erin King 2021 Midfield Kell High School
Georgia Hannah Davis 2021 Midfield Roswell High School
Georgia Holyn Trautwein 2022 Attack Northview High School
Georgia Jenna Burrow 2022 Midfield West Forsyth High School
Georgia Kayla Macleod 2023 Midfield Roswell High School
Georgia Lauren Render 2022 Midfield Hillgrove
Georgia Maddie Dora 2021 Attack Milton High School
Georgia Madelaine Dora 2021 Attack Milton High School
Georgia Madison Vane 2022 Goalie Johns Creek High School
Georgia Marley Scott 2021 Defense Milton High School
Georgia Meaghan Trainer 2021 Midfield Chattahoochee
Georgia Reese A Hart 2022 Midfield Blessed Trinity Catholic High School
Georgia Skylar Carrasquillo 2021 Midfield Milton High School
Idaho Anna Kreipl 2021 Goalie Boise High School
Idaho Gracie Maulik 2021 Midfield Boise High School
Illinois Caroline Smith 2021 Goalie Loyola Academy
Illinois Ella Huber 2021 Midfield New Trier
Illinois Ellie Lazzaretto 2021 Attack Loyola Academy
Illinois Francesca Frieri 2022 Midfield Lockport Township High School
Illinois Josie Lambert 2021 Midfield Evanston Township High School
Illinois Karley Keating 2021 Midfield Benet Academy
Illinois Macy Zaban 2021 Attack New Trier
Illinois Maeve Dooley 2022 Defense Loyola Academy
Illinois Maeve Dwyer 2022 Midfield Loyola Academy
Illinois Maley Starr 2021 Midfield Loyola Academy
Illinois Margaret Farragher 2022 Midfield Evanston Township High School
Illinois Nina Montes 2021 Midfield St. Ignatius College Prep
Illinois Serafina DeMunno 2021 Midfield Saint Viator
Indiana Elise Latham 2022 Midfield Heritage Christian School
Indiana Ella Bellflower 2022 Midfield Guerin Catholic High School
Indiana Emma Potter 2021 Midfield Noblesville High School
Indiana Hannah Kim 2021 Attack Carmel High School
Indiana Katie Shin 2021 Goalie Cathedral High School
Indiana Maddie McGarty 2021 Midfield Carmel High School
Iowa/Nebraska Alyssa Bird 2022 Midfield Waukee High School / West Des Moines Lacrosse Club
Iowa/Nebraska Brooklynn Wright 2021 Goalie Ankeny High School / Ankeny Thunder Lacrosse Club
Kentucky – Lexington Isabella Mullins 2021 Goalie Lafayette High School
Kentucky – Lexington Lauren Mulikin 2022 Midfield Sayre School
Kentucky – Lexington Samantha Stephens 2021 Attack Woodford County High School
Kentucky – Louisville Jamee Nu’Man 2021 Attack Kentucky Country Day School
Kentucky – Louisville Julia Jardina 2021 Midfield Sacred Heart Academy
Kentucky – Louisville Mary Mason Spears 2021 Midfield Kentucky Country Day School
Maine Annabelle Lowenstein 2021 Attack Yarmouth High School
Maine Eva Clement 2021 Midfield Falmouth High School
Maine Lily Schwartzman 2021 Attack Kennebunk
Maryland – Chesapeake Alexis Abe 2021 Attack Broadneck
Maryland – Chesapeake Camryn Pfundstein 2023 Midfield St. Mary’s
Maryland – Chesapeake Elyse Finnelle 2021 Goalie Southern
Maryland – Chesapeake Emma McLaughlin 2021 Midfield Rockbridge Academy
Maryland – Chesapeake Gracie Driggs 2022 Attack St. Mary’s
Maryland – Chesapeake Jordan Ball 2021 Attack North Point
Maryland – Chesapeake Mackenzie Blackwell 2022 Midfield Northern
Maryland – Chesapeake Megan Bunker 2021 Midfield Indian Creek
Maryland – Chesapeake Sierra Suplee 2021 Attack Southern
Massachusetts – Central Isabelle Kehoe 2021 Midfield Bromfield School
Massachusetts – Central Isabelle Planchet 2021 Midfield Bromfield School
Massachusetts – Central Mollie Flanagan 2021 Attack Tyngsborough
Massachusetts – Central Nola Garand 2021 Goalie Algonquin
Massachusetts – Central Olivia Kehoe 2021 Midfield Bromfield School
Massachusetts – Eastern Independent Emily English 2021 Goalie Thayer Academy
Massachusetts – Eastern Independent Emma Davis 2022 Midfield Noble and Greenough School
Massachusetts – Eastern Independent Kennedy Everson 2021 Goalie Phillips Academy
Massachusetts – Eastern Independent Lauren Tolve 2021 Midfield St. Mark’s School
Massachusetts – Eastern Independent Lilla Reinertson 2022 Attack Governor’s Academy
Massachusetts – Eastern Independent Mikaila Kitchen 2021 Midfield Thayer Academy
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Alanna Dumulac 2022 Midfield Wellesley
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Allie Connerty 2021 Midfield Norwell
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Allie Zorn 2022 Attack Bedford
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Ashley Mackin 2021 Midfield Westwood
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Caroline Whelan 2022 Midfield Walpole
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Catherine Tobin 2021 Goalie Lincoln Sudbury
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Ella Lesperance 2021 Midfield Wayland
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Erin Sullivan 2021 Midfield Medfield
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Gabrielle Mirak 2021 Midfield Concord Carlisle
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Grace Kelley 2021 Attack Needham
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Hailee Lomasney 2021 Attack Peabody
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Haley Hamilton 2022 Midfield Hamilton Wenham Regional
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Hope Shue 2021 Midfield Dover Sherborn
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Isabel Pithie 2021 Goalie Norwell
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Kate Deehan 2022 Midfield Westwood
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Kate O’Rourke 2022 Midfield Franklin
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Kylie Wilson 2021 Midfield Notre Dame Academy, Hingham
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Maja Desmond 2021 Midfield Wellesley
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic McKenzie Baker 2022 Midfield Franklin
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Quinlan O’Brien 2021 Midfield Boston Latin School
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Reagan O’Brien 2022 Midfield Boston Latin School
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Rebecca Dibble 2022 Midfield Concord Carlisle
Massachusetts – Eastern Public/Catholic Sophia Brindisi 2021 Midfield Lincoln Sudbury
Michigan ABIGAIL TROSIN 2021 Midfield HARTLAND
Michigan AMANDA GRANADER 2022 ATTACK BRIGHTON
Michigan CAROLINE GRIN 2021 Defense EAST GRAND RAPIDS
Michigan ELEANOR VAN DERMOLEN 2022 Midfield EAST GRAND RAPIDS
Michigan ELIZABETH LUNDEEN 2022 Attack EAST GRAND RAPIDS
Michigan Emma Murphy 2022 Midfield DOW HIGH SCHOOL
Michigan Jillian Smith 2021 Midfield MERCY HIGH SCHOOL
Michigan KATHERINE RODRIGUEZ 2021 Midfield ROCKFORD HIGH SCHOOL
Michigan Kendall Belanger 2021 Midfield DETROIT COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
Michigan Kerrigan Brown 2021 Attack DEWITT HIGH SCHOOL
Michigan Lilli SHERMAN 2021 Midfield CRANBROOK KINGSWOOD
Michigan Lucy CAVANAUGH 2022 Midfield EAST GRAND RAPIDS
Michigan MALLORY BROPHY 2021 Attack CRANBROOK KINGSWOOD
Michigan Natalie MakI 2021 Midfield LAKE ORION HIGH SCHOOL
Michigan Riya Batra 2022 Midfield CRANBROOK KINGSWOOD
Michigan Zoe Ziegler 2021 Midfield OKEMOS HIGH SCHOOL
Minnesota Ava Rajala 2022 Attack Minnetonka
Minnesota Brooke Lee 2021 Defense Blake School
Minnesota Cordelia Flemming 2022 Midfield Edina
Minnesota Emily Moes 2023 Midfield Lakeville South
Minnesota Erin Lee 2022 Attack Blake School
Minnesota Haley Reeck 2021 Midfield Edina
Minnesota Jackie Weyerhaeuser 2021 Midfield Blake School
Minnesota Jaylen Rosga 2022 Midfield Henry Sibley
Minnesota Kaylyn Cater 2021 Goalie Chanhassen
Minnesota Lauren Sheets 2022 Attack Lakeville South
Minnesota Leah Hodgins 2022 Midfield Chanhassen
Minnesota Lindsay Wirfs 2022 Goalie Lakeville South
Minnesota Maddy Seifert 2021 Midfield Hutchinson
Minnesota Meghan McGowen 2021 Defense Prior Lake
Minnesota Payton Bloedow 2021 Midfield Prior Lake
Missouri – St. Louis Addie Bitting 2021 Midfield Ladue Horton Watkins High School
Missouri – St. Louis Allison Fields 2021 Attack Cor Jesu Academy
Missouri – St. Louis Autumn Lesher 2021 Goalie Eureka
Missouri – St. Louis Ellie Marshall 2021 Attack Villa Duchesne
Missouri – St. Louis Maggie Lawton 2021 Attack Ladue Horton Watkins
Missouri – St. Louis Olivia Warren 2021 Midfield Mary Institute Country Day School
Missouri – St. Louis Riley King 2021 Attack John Burroughs School
Nevada – North Sadie O’Flaherty 2021 Midfield Oasis Academy
New Hampshire Amanda Sudnik 2021 Attack St. Paul’s School
New Hampshire Emmaline Ekstrand 2021 Attack St. Paul’s School
New Hampshire Lindsay Hult 2021 Midfield Bishop Guertin High School
New Hampshire Lucy Licata 2021 Midfield Derryfield School
New Hampshire Marymegan Wright 2021 Midfield Phillips Exeter Academy
New Hampshire Megan Mallgrave 2021 Midfield St. Paul’s School
New Hampshire Mia Stone 2022 Midfield Portsmouth High School
New Hampshire Rylee Bouvier 2022 Midfield Bishop Guertin High School
New Hampshire Tess Shields 2021 Midfield Phillips Exeter Academy
New Hampshire Victoria Reaman 2021 Goalie Phillips Exeter Academy
New Jersey – North Allyson Lipkin 2021 Midfield Millburn High School
New Jersey – North Annika Spoor 2021 Midfield Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child
New Jersey – North Ashley Geyer 2021 Attack Ridgewood High School
New Jersey – North Ava Washington 2021 Attack Morristown High School
New Jersey – North Carly Bernstein 2021 Midfield Millburn High School
New Jersey – North Clare McCooe 2021 Defense Ridgewood High School
New Jersey – North Collen Quinn 2021 Attack Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child
New Jersey – North Jordyn Lipkin 2021 Midfield Millburn High School
New Jersey – North Kate Christos 2021 Midfield Madison High School
New Jersey – North Kathleen Giordano 2021 Midfield Montclair High School
New Jersey – North Lily Ramsey 2021 Attack Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child
New Jersey – North Lily Spinner 2023 Attack Summit High School
New Jersey – North Lindsey Devir 2023 Midfield Ridgewood High School
New Jersey – North Mia Fleming 2021 Goalie Westfield High School
New Jersey – North Simone Koryszewski 2021 Goalie Mount Saint Mary Academy
New Jersey – North Sophie Straka 2021 Midfield Chatham High School
New Jersey – North Taylor Everson 2021 Midfield Montclair Kimberley Academy
New Jersey – North Virginia Gilbert 2021 Defense Summit High School
New Jersey – South Alex Kulinski 2021 Midfield Cherokee
New Jersey – South Alexis Lauricella 2021 Attack Saint John Vianney
New Jersey – South Alyssa Castellano 2021 Midfield Allentown
New Jersey – South Chase Boyle 2021 Midfield Rumson-Fair Haven
New Jersey – South Delaney Jackson 2023 Midfield Cherokee
New Jersey – South Devin Rybacki 2021 Midfield Camden Catholic
New Jersey – South Emalie Clothier 2021 Midfield Rancocas Valley
New Jersey – South Emma Bunting 2023 Attack Lenape
New Jersey – South Gianna Monaco 2022 Attack Lenape
New Jersey – South Hailey Russo 2021 Midfield Clearview
New Jersey – South Haven Dora 2022 Midfield Trinity Hall
New Jersey – South Jenna Casole 2021 Attack Cherry Hill West
New Jersey – South Julie Cassidy 2021 Midfield Shawnee
New Jersey – South Katie Buck 2022 Midfield Moorestown
New Jersey – South Margaret Lawler 2021 Midfield Moorestown
New Jersey – South McKenzie Blake 2021 Midfield Haddonfield
New Jersey – South Reilly Traynor 2021 Defense Red Bank Catholic
New Jersey – South Sydney Sventy 2021 Attack Rancocas Valley
New York – Greater Rochester Elisa Faklaris 2022 Midfield Penfield High School
New York – Greater Rochester Kylie Gelabert 2021 Midfield Victor
New York – Greater Rochester Mckenna Davis 2021 Attack Canandaigua
New York – Greater Rochester Rayea Davis 2021 Midfield Rush Henrietta High School
New York – Long Island Catholic Caitlin Boden 2022 Goalie Sacred Heart Academy
New York – Long Island Catholic Erin O’Grady 2021 Goalie St. Anthony’s High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Alexa Donahoe 2021 Midfield White Plains High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Ashley Schafer 2021 Defense John Jay High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Caroline Ircha 2022 Midfield Bronxville High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Ella Kitredge 2021 Midfield Somers High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Emma Muchnick 2022 Midfield Suffern High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Kira Varada 2021 Midfield Hendrick Hudson High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Megan Krestinski 2022 Midfield Bronxville High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Sophia Altimari 2021 Goalie Yorktown High School
New York – Section 1 (Husdon Valley) Sydeny Goldstein 2021 Midfield Suffern High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Alexis Niblock 2021 Defense Bayport-Blue Point High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Brooke Hoss 2021 Midfield Sayville High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Celeste Forte 2021 Midfield Eastport-South Manor High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Emily Lamparter 2021 Goalie Mount Sinai High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Katie Vahle 2021 Goalie Eastport-South Manor High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Kaylie Mackiewicz 2022 Attack Northport High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Maddigan Miller 2021 Midfield Bayport-Blue Point High School
New York – Section 11 (Suffolk County) Summer Agostino 2021 Midfield Ward Melville High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Alexandra Hopkins 2021 Midfield Garden City High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Alexis Morton 2022 Attack Manhasset High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Delaney Radin 2021 Midfield Long Beach High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Ella Grace Delmond 2023 Attack South Side High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Emma LoPinto 2021 Attack Manhasset High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Grace Gately 2021 Attack Manhasset High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Kylee Colbert 2023 Midfield North Shore High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Madison Taylor 2021 Midfield Wantagh High School
New York – Section 8 (Nassau County) Sydney Pappas 2021 Attack Garden City High School
New York – Upstate Abbie Izzo 2021 Midfield Auburn High School
New York – Upstate Alecia Nicholas 2021 Goalie Ithaca
New York – Upstate Gracie Britton 2022 Attack Christian Brothers Academy – Syracuse, New York
New York – Upstate Jasmine Murray 2021 Defense West Genesee
New York – Upstate Karsyn Burnash 2022 Midfield South Jefferson
New York – Upstate Maggie Newton 2021 Attack Skaneateles
New York – Upstate Olivia Muscolino 2021 Attack Baldwinsville
New York – Upstate Shea Baker 2022 Midfield Ithaca
New York – Upstate Skyler Constantino 2021 Goalie Jamesville Dewitt
New York – Western Ava Plata 2022 Midfield Nichols High School
New York – Western Carleigh Sutfin 2021 Midfield Eden High School
New York – Western Courtney Maclay 2021 Midfield Williamsville East High School
New York – Western Jess Notaro 2021 Attack Lancaster High School
New York – Western Katelyn Rokitka 2021 Midfield Lancaster High School
New York – Western Natalie Myslinski 2023 Midfield Clarence High School
North Carolina Ava Spradley 2021 Midfield Northern Guilford High School
North Carolina Brooke Epstien 2022 Attack Durham Academy
North Carolina Caroline Jeanne Mullahy 2021 Attack Cardinal Gibbons High School
North Carolina Devyn Martinez 2022 Attack Northwest Guilford High School
North Carolina Ellen Young 2022 Midfield Broughton High School
North Carolina Emily Phillips 2023 Attack Wake Forest High School
North Carolina Isabelle Parrett 2022 Midfield Northwest Guilford High School
North Carolina Jordan Ellerson 2021 Midfield Holly Springs High School
North Carolina Jordyn Case 2021 Midfield Weddington High School
North Carolina Kate Draddy 2022 Midfield Charlotte Catholic High School
North Carolina Katie Colavito 2022 Midfield Wake Forest High School
North Carolina Kayleen Favreau 2022 Midfield Holly Springs High School
North Carolina Kendal Williams 2021 Attack Weddington High School
North Carolina Lily Barger 2021 Defense Weddington High School
North Carolina Megan Klingenberg 2022 Midfield Charlotte Latin
North Carolina Meghan Lowe 2021 Defense Charlotte Catholic High School
North Carolina Molly Reed 2022 Midfield East Chapel Hill High School
North Carolina Sophie Halus 2021 Midfield East Chapel Hill High School
North Carolina Talia Zuco 2021 Midfield East Chapel Hill High School
Ohio – Central Camryn Callaghan 2022 Attack Upper Arlington High School
Ohio – Central Mollie Estepp 2021 Attack Thomas Worthington High School
Ohio – North Coast Allie Hartnett 2022 Midfield Jackson High School
Ohio – North Coast Jackie Meyers 2021 Midfield Medina High School
Ohio – North Coast Sadie Hinkle 2021 Midfield Medina High School
Ohio – Southern Carly Wilhoite 2021 Midfield Loveland
Ohio – Southern Hanna Wenger 2021 Midfield Loveland
Ohio – Southern Marley Megowen 2021 Midfield Mariemont
Pennsylvania – Central Anna Kaplan 2022 Midfield Twin Valley
Pennsylvania – Central Eliza Enriques 2022 Midfield Governor Mifflin
Pennsylvania – Central Emma Raines 2022 Attack Twin Valley
Pennsylvania – Central Hannah Custer 2021 Midfield Cocalico
Pennsylvania – Central Kayla Wilkes 2022 Midfield Wilson
Pennsylvania – Central Megan Rice 2021 Attack Manheim Township
Pennsylvania – Central Sidney Mentzer 2022 Midfield York Catholic
Pennsylvania – Central Sophie Stanislawczyk 2022 Midfield Governor Mifflin
Pennsylvania – Central Sydney Witwer 2022 Midfield Manheim Township
Pennsylvania – Eastern Alexa Capozzoli 2022 Attack The Episcopal Academy
Pennsylvania – Eastern Alexa Vogelman 2023 Midfield Owen J. Roberts High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Anna Brown 2023 Midfield Unionville High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Brynn Ammerman 2021 Attack The Agnes Irwin School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Carly Wilson 2022 Midfield The Agnes Irwin School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Caroline Brennan 2021 Attack Downingtown East
Pennsylvania – Eastern Cierra Hopson 2021 Attack Radnor High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Danielle McNeely 2021 Midfield Strath Haven High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Darcy Felter 2022 Midfield William Penn Charter
Pennsylvania – Eastern Gabrielle Koury 2023 Midfield Owen J. Roberts High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Kaitlyn Giandonato 2023 Midfield Great Valley High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Kaitlyn Stankavage 2022 Attack Garnet Valley High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Kate Galica 2023 Midfield Conestoga High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Kaylee Dyer 2021 Attack William Penn Charter
Pennsylvania – Eastern Keri Barnett 2021 Midfield Archbishop Carroll High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Kiley Mottice 2022 Attack Archbishop Carroll High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Lucy Pearson 2022 Goalie Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Pennsylvania – Eastern Mackenzie Leszczynski 2021 Midfield Plymouth Whitemarsh
Pennsylvania – Eastern Margaret Mooney 2021 Midfield Radnor High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Megan Marengo 2021 Midfield Conestoga High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Rachel Clark 2021 Attack Conestoga High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Riley Glackin 2021 Attack Unionville High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Sarah Groark 2021 Attack The Episcopal Academy
Pennsylvania – Eastern Sydney Manning 2023 Goalie Great Valley High School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Sydney Wilson 2022 Midfield The Agnes Irwin School
Pennsylvania – Eastern Tori DiCarlo 2021 Midfield Radnor High School
Pennsylvania – Western Brianna Lang 2021 Midfield Upper St. Clair
Pennsylvania – Western Caitlyn Schultz 2022 Midfield Bethel Park
Pennsylvania – Western Cassidy King 2021 Midfield Peters Township
Pennsylvania – Western Elsa Gordon 2021 Midfield Sewickley Academy
Pennsylvania – Western Haleigh Albrecht 2021 Midfield Pine-Richland
Pennsylvania – Western Megan Cook 2021 Midfield Hampton Township
Pennsylvania – Western Reagan Murdoch 2022 Midfield Mt. Lebanon
Rhode Island Charlotte Boss 2022 Midfield Lincoln School
Rhode Island Elena Edwards 2022 Midfield The Prout School
Rhode Island Lilly Arcand 2022 Midfield La Salle Academy
Rhode Island Maura O’Malley 2021 Midfield Moses Brown School
Rhode Island Natasha Gorriaran 2021 Midfield Moses Brown School
Rhode Island Samantha Bennett 2022 Midfield Lincoln School
Rhode Island Tess Gagliano 2021 Midfield Barrington High School
South Carolina Anna Russell 2022 Attack Riverside High School
South Carolina Breylin Bright 2021 Midfield Riverside High School
South Carolina Elisabeth Tausig 2022 Attack Bishop England High School
South Carolina Evelyn Kitchin 2023 Midfield Bishop England High School
South Carolina Kiera Armitage 2022 Midfield Oceanside Collegiate Academy
South Carolina Michaela Wittman 2022 Midfield Riverside High School
South Carolina Regan Finn 2022 Midfield Chapin High School
South Carolina Sadie Salazar 2021 Midfield Chapin High School
Tennessee Adelaide Mason 2022 Midfield Ensworth High School
Tennessee Aliya Polisky 2023 Midfield Franklin High School
Tennessee Andie McConnell 2021 Midfield Ravenwood High School
Tennessee Grace Hasselbeck 2024 Midfield Ensworth High School
Tennessee Josie Ward 2021 Midfield Franklin High School
Tennessee Rebekah Leventhal 2021 Attack St. Mary’s Episcopal School
Tennessee Virginia Horton 2021 Midfield St. Mary’s Episcopal School
Tennessee Wylly Willmott 2022 Midfield Hutchison School
Texas – North Ava Kristynik 2021 Midfield Flower Mound
Texas – North Minje Kwun 2022 Midfield The Hockaday School
Texas – North Samantha Whiting 2021 Midfield The Episcopal School of Dallas
Utah Amelia Livingston 2021 Midfield Park City High School
Utah Gabriella Cheminant 2021 Goalie Corner Canyon High School
Utah Haley Taylor 2021 Midfield Brighton High School
Utah Haven Buechner 2023 Midfield Skyridge High School
Utah Jaimeson Meyer 2021 Midfield The Waterford School
Utah Kate Richards 2022 Midfield Olympus High School
Utah Kendall Keblish 2021 Midfield Park City High School
Utah Kylie Mortensen 2021 Midfield Mountain Ridge High School
Utah Zoe Heffernan 2022 Midfield Brighton High School
Vermont Erika Wiebe 2021 Midfield Green Mountain Valley School
Vermont Lindsey Booth 2021 Attack South Burlington High School
Vermont Loghan Hughes 2022 Midfield Bellows Free Academy- St. Albans
Vermont Tatum Sands 2022 Midfield Burr and Burton Academy
Virginia – Charlottesville Addison Foster 2023 Midfield Saint Anne’s-Belfield School
Virginia – Richmond Kate Miller 2021 Midfield Atlee
Virginia – Richmond Kerry Nease 2021 Midfield Douglas Southall Freeman
Virginia – Richmond Ellie Horner 2021 Goalie St. Catherine’s
Virginia – Richmond Molly O’Keefe 2021 Midfield Cosby
Virginia – Richmond Hallie Brost 2021 Midfield Collegiate
Virginia – Southwest Brynn Bowen 2022 Goalie Salem
Virginia – Southwest Savannah Derey 2021 Midfield Patrick Henry
Virginia – Tidewater Josie Mazzeo 2022 Midfield Bishop Sullivan Catholic
Virginia – Tidewater Kendall Coss 2021 Defense Bishop Sullivan Catholic
Virginia – Tidewater Kirsten Flannigan 2021 Midfield Warhill High
Virginia – Tidewater Maddie Brooks 2021 Midfield Norfolk Academy
Washington State Alyssa Jarvis 2022 Midfield Woodinville
Washington State Anna Simmons 2022 Midfield Mount Si
Washington State Annabelle Gersch 2021 Midfield Mercer Island
Washington State Emmerson Rezoski 2021 Midfield Cedarcrest
Washington State Hannah Tiscornia 2021 Midfield Mercer Island
Washington State Jordie Carter-Estes 2021 Midfield Bonney Lake
Washington State Molly Brodsky 2022 Midfield Mercer Island
West Virginia Aubrey Paige Harrison 2023 Midfield Fairmont Senior
West Virginia Miranda Marie Greene 2022 Attack Buckhannon-Upshur
Wisconsin Abigail Rupnow 2023 Midfield Verona Area
Wisconsin Alexandria Shea 2021 Goalie Indian Trail
Wisconsin Brooke Robinson 2022 Midfield University School of Milwaukee
Wisconsin Emelia Mass 2021 Midfield Brookfield Central
Wisconsin Grace Tuttle 2022 Attack University School of Milwaukee
Wisconsin Kylee Manser 2021 Attack Arrowhead Union
*To view the original publication along with academic All Americans & other awards, you can click on this link directing you to USA Lacrosse.
CMRC Girls Lacrosse | Carroll Manor Recreation Council
Welcome to Carroll Manor Girls Lacrosse Program! We are excited to have your daughters playing in our program this spring.
For the past few seasons CMRC has partnered with 3D Lacrosse, a nationwide instructional club program, to structure our lacrosse program and design our curriculum. With 3Ds guidance, in conjunction with US Lacrosse’s Athlete Development Model, we have developed a clinic that is focused on high repetition, high touch, fundamental skills meant to build muscle memory and prepare our players for the next level.
Our soft stick and clinic programs take place on Saturday mornings at Jacksonville Elementary (outfield of baseball diamond). The goal is to get 8 sessions in, beginning the first week of April weather permitting.
We will be breaking our clinic up into smaller groups. All groups practice as one unit following the same lesson plan. The use of smaller groups allows us to assign parent coaches for better instruction and to have the girls compete at certain drills and games to strengthen and support learned skills. These are not formalized teams, so don’t panic if your daughter isn’t matched up with her bestie! They will all be practicing together.
Parent participation is extremely important to the success of our clinic. We need parents who are able to help with organizing their group and keeping the girls moving along the drills. You don’t have to be a former college stand out to help. Just a parent willing to volunteer a little bit of time on a Saturday morning. Please let me know if you are able to help.
Your daughters will need a stick (can be cut down to your daughter’s arm length), mouthpiece, and goggles. Cleats are preferred, but not mandatory. CM Girls Lacrosse t-shirts/jerseys will be handed out at the first practice. We will reach out with more information in March.
Tyker, Lightning, Midget and Junior programs will practice weekly and participate in the Maryland Youth Lacrosse Association League. We end our season with the annual Aloha Lax Splash.
As a Rec Council, we are committed to providing opportunities for kids of all ages and ability levels to have fun while developing fundamental skills and developing a life-long love of the game. While COVID abruptly ended our 2020 Spring Season, we are committed to searching for ways to offer high quality programming in 2021 safely based on the current health situation.
Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon.
CMRC Girls Commissioner
Lacrosse-related injuries in boys and girls treated in U.S. emergency departments, 2000-2016
Lacrosse is one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. Its rules regarding permitted contact differ by sex and age. There are no known studies using a nationally representative data set to analyze lacrosse injury patterns over several years by sex and age in the youth population.
A retrospective analysis was performed using data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System for youth aged 11-18 years who were treated for lacrosse-related injuries in U.S. emergency departments from 2000 to 2016. Based on our review of the case narratives, we created and coded a new injury-mechanism variable. We generated national estimates from 6406 cases.
An estimated 206,274 lacrosse-related injuries to youths aged 11-18 years were treated in U.S. emergency departments from 2000 to 2016. The rate of injuries per 10,000 significantly increased from 1.9 in 2000 to a peak of 5.3 in 2012 (p < 0.0001), followed by a significant decrease to 3.4 in 2016 (p = 0.020). Injury mechanism, body part injured, and diagnosis differed by sex. Boys were 1.62 times (95%CI: 1.25-2.09) more likely than girls to be injured by player-to-player contact. Girls were 2.21 times (95%CI: 1.96-2.49) more likely than boys to have non-contact injuries. Overall, as age increased, the percentage of injuries from lacrosse sticks decreased and player-to-player contact increased.
Despite additional protective regulations in the sport, lacrosse is an important source of injury where we continue to see differences by sex and age. This study supports the continuation, modification, and addition of rules aimed at reducing lacrosse injury risk.
Lacrosse; National Electronic Injury Surveillance System; Sex differences; Youth injuries.
Nationwide Indiscretions: The PCLL D2
Today we’re heading north a bit to look at the MCLA’s Pioneer Collegiate Lacrosse League. Did they test themselves with strong out of conference games?
Editor’s note: Catch up with the first installment of Nationwide Indiscretions and a look at the SELC
Let’s start things off.
3/6 @ Army Club
3/10 @ Farmingdale
3/17 Plattsburgh St
3/20 @ American International
4/7 @ Chestnut Hill
4/21 @ Army Club
4/24 @ S Connecticut
Final Grade: F. I’ll give them a bit of credit for scheduling 8 non PCLL games, but none of them count for the MCLA minimum of 2 games for at-large consideration.
Central Connecticut St Blue Devils
4/7 S Connecticut
Final Grade:F. Two non-MCLA games.
3/6 @ Palm Beach Atlantic
3/7 @ Georgia State @ PBA
Final Grade: C. They get credit for actually playing some true OOC games.
Coast Guard Bears
3/19 S Connecticut
Final Grade: F. Only one game. And it’s non MCLA.
New Haven Chargers
3/6 S Connecticut
4/21 @ S Connecticut
Final Grade: F. Playing the same team twice. And they’re non-MCLA.
Bridgewater State and Worcester Polytechnic get an F- for not scheduling anyone out side of the PCLL at all.
As a whole, I’ll give the conference a good solid F. The only team making an effort is Stonehill. Step it up PCLL.
Next time, we’ll take a look in 412 land, the CCLA.
Also on the agenda, we’ll be taking a behind the scenes look at the UNCG program every week to give you an idea of how a team goes from nothing to hopefully joining the MCLA.
- My Minnesota Vikings BEAT the Dallas Cowboys this weekend. If you cheered for the Cowboys, I don’t like you.
- #4 rules all.
- One week left of winter break. Really need to start working out again.
- Can’t wait for practice to resume, too
- Carroll to Seattle, McGwire did steroids. Give me some real sports news.
About the Author: The Lax picked up his first stick when he stepped on campus at MCLA D2 school UNC Charlotte. After taking a short break, he returned to the field for independent UNCG. The Lax enjoys flowers, pictures of unicorns, long walks on the beach, and above all else, beating people with his D-Pole.
Questions for the author can be sent to [email protected]
90,000 Gorby and other symbols of Canada
From the coat of arms to the tartan. For the 150th anniversary of Canada, this country finally has a national bird. The voting results were unpredictable: the gray jay was ahead of such typical Canadian birds as the harrier goose, Canadian goose and snowy owl. However, there are good reasons for such a choice.
Firstly, the gray jay lives mainly in Canada and is distributed in forests throughout the country.Secondly, this bird is a patriot, it does not fly away to warm lands for the winter.
Thirdly, it is famous as an unpretentious, hardy and intelligent bird – so intelligent that the ratio of body and brain volume is the same as that of chimpanzees and dolphins.
The intelligence of the gray jay also confirms that it is omnivorous and, unlike most other birds, calmly takes food from the hands of a person. As for unpretentiousness, she easily lays eggs and incubates chicks in a thirty-degree frost.Fourth, she is also pretty in her modest outfit in white-gray-bluish tones.
It is possible that the popular popular names of this bird – Canada Jack, Whiskey Jack and Camp Robber – could have played a role in the choice of the gray jay.
The jay is called a “robber” because she is not averse to stealing food from travelers who have stopped for a break. As for whiskey, this definition is associated not with the harmful addiction of the Canadian jay to alcohol, but with its Indian name wisakedjak.
And finally, among a number of other nicknames for the gray jay – for example, Moose-bird and Lumberjack – there is also something completely incredible: Gorby. I wonder if the first and last president of the Soviet Union knows about this?
To dispel misconceptions about any connection between the gray jay and Gorbachev, let us inform you that the word ‘gorby’ in Canadian slang means “tourist” and is often used in an ironic context. In other varieties of the English language, this word is used to describe the muddle-headed tourists, the inept athletes, the fat bumpkin and the like.Which, obviously, does not fit in any way with the dignified appearance of the national Canadian bird.
The nationwide survey participants are to be thanked for not selecting, say, the ubiquitous Canadian goose. This imposing bird behaves like a brazen conqueror, and can often be found not only sleeping in the middle of a car park in the city, but also sitting on eggs in a flower bed right next to the entrance to a busy shopping center. Moreover, the goose is aggressive and can even attack a person.
The most unpleasant thing is that Canadian geese generously mark their conquered possessions with impressive traces of their digestion, more suitable for a large ungulate.In addition, Canadian geese are a great threat to aircraft during takeoff and landing, as evidenced by the famous story of the fantastic splashdown on the Hudson of a plane shot down by geese.
Well, now about other national symbols of Canada. They fall into two categories – formal and informal. For example, beaver, maple and maple leaf are the official symbols of Canada, and on this basis are included in such state attributes as the coat of arms, flag and various heraldic symbols.
And the goose-loonie, despite the fact that it is depicted on Canadian coins, is an unofficial symbol. As, however, and the elk, and the polar bear. The gray jay will also be an unofficial symbol.
But let’s start in order. So, the official symbols. Traditionally, symbols of the British monarchy occupy a special place among them: the Royal Standard, the flag of the Governor-General, that is, the Viceregal Standard, Royal Cypher, Royal Arms, State the seal (Royal Seal) and the royal anthem “God save the Queen” (Royal Anthem).
Following in the line of the official symbols of Canada are the National Anthem, the Canadian slogan (Motto) – “from sea to sea”, national colors – red and white, as well as the aforementioned maple and maple leaf.
Not everyone knows that among the animals that are the national symbols of Canada, there is not only the beaver, but also the Canadian horse, which was included in the honorary list of symbols in 1975 – probably not least due to Elizabeth II’s hobby for horses.
The Canadian horse is a descendant of the first horses brought to North America by the French in the seventeenth century. At one time, the cavalry armies of the southerners and northerners fought mainly on Canadian horses during the civil war in the United States. Well, then these horses began to be used for sports, work and various hobbies.
Finally, the national sport of Canada. Naturally, everyone thinks that this sport is ice hockey. Yes it is. But hockey is traditionally a winter game, and Canada also has a summer national sport – lacrosse.At its core, this is an ancient Indian entertainment, and statistics say that now more people in Canada are fond of lacrosse than hockey.
Lacrosse, by the way, is the only reminder of Canada’s Indian past among the official symbols of the country. But a headdress made of feathers, a formidable tomahawk, a painted wooden totem or a stone human figure-inukshuk would look good among the royal regalia.
Tartan completes the list of official symbols of Canada.The famous Scottish fabric, which was worn on raincoats and men’s skirts, symbolized various clans with its flowers. For Canada, a special “maple” tartan was specially created – Maple Leaf Tartan.
Its colors, registered in the tartan registry in Scotland, reflect the colors of the maple leaf in different seasons: green in the spring, gold in early autumn, red at the first frost and brown at the fall.
The Prosecutor of the Marines – Ogonyok No. 18 (5514) dated 05/21/2018
Some interesting episodes from the life of Robert Swan Müller III are not indicated in his official biography
The current special prosecutor’s track record is full of big names and scandalous investigations.Suffice it to say that he led the pursuit of Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega (1989), mafia boss John Gotti. He also ran the FBI for 12 years.
Müller received a prestigious education and made many useful acquaintances while still studying through … sports (football, lacrosse and hockey). In lacrosse, for example, the future US Secretary of State John Kerry played with him. Universities were as on selection – Princeton and New York, and later also the University of Virginia (doctoral dissertation in law, 1973).And before Virginia there was Vietnam, where Mueller was wounded and from where he returned as a platoon leader with the Order of the Purple Heart, the Vietnam Cross for Courage and the Bronze Star medal on his chest. As the Boston Globe later wrote, he is “a veteran of the Marine Corps and a pretty tough guy.” The beginning of the “hard type” career was marked not only by the “Russian case” (Ogonyok writes about it), but also by “mafia showdowns”.
The case was after Mueller’s transfer from San Francisco (he worked there as an assistant federal attorney from 1976 to 1982) to Boston, where a major scandal erupted over the revealed deals between the FBI and representatives of the mafia clans (relying on this fact, he later removed his ” The apostates ”Martin Scorsese).It turned out that this was not without Mueller: as a prosecutor, he was involved in the case of four people convicted on charges of murdering gangster boss Edward “Teddy” Deegan, to whom, as it turned out later, they had nothing to do – the reason for their imprisonment was that, that they may have had information about the real killers. Two of the convicts died behind bars, the other two spent more than 30 years in prison due to the false testimony of Joseph “Beast” Barbosa, who testified in favor of his friend, James Vincent Flemmi, who actually killed Deegan (Flemmi was an FBI informant, and hence, he could not be hidden behind bars). What does Mueller have to do with it? And here’s what: according to the former mayor of Springfield, Mike Albano, he personally saw Mueller’s letter, speaking out against the parole of innocent convicts. Mueller himself left the answer for the past (they say, the story is old, forget it). But it turned out differently: the cases of the whole four were reviewed in 2001 and they were awarded compensation of $ 100 million. It was not possible to formally prove Mueller’s connection with the unclean operations of the special services, but the sediment, as they say, remained …
90,000 Game about the Indians of North America.Ethnocultural program for teams of students in grades 2-4
1. Iroquois. Material from Free Russian
2. Iroquois. (Values.) Wikipedia
3. Miloslav Stingle Indians without
Tomahawk Scalp. Squaw. Wigwam
Indian mysterious code: Tomahawk, tipi,
lacrosse, pemican, squaw, scalp. ovachira, moccasins,
maize, pumpkin, beans, mohawk, manito (manitou),
North America by natural conditions is
north of Siberia.This means that there is perhaps something in common.
We will try to find out about this now
1. Now you will speak Indian if
understand the principle of reading this letter. Your
the task is to find place names in the North
The card as a handout is available in
Michiganagawawisconsinagawaagawaminnesotaagawadakotaagawaagawanebraskaagawaoregon, agawaagawayutaagawawagawaidahoagawaagawaalbamaagawaagawakansas, agawaguronwinnyipegagawa.
Answer: It is necessary to remove the unnecessary words of Agave and get:
Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Dakota, Nebraska,
Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Alabama, Kansas, Huron,
Winnipeg. 0.5 points for each correct answer,
as a result, you can get 6 points.
2. Slide number 2. Turn the expert sheet. What
river in North America, if the first
parts of the word sounds, it is like . .. the Universe, and in
the second AND SIPIT, remove the last letter. In the language
ojibwe translates to “big river”
flows in the USA, is one of the greatest rivers
the world.This is the main river of the largest river
systems in North America. Leaks
exclusively in the United States
America, although its basin extends to
Canada. Name this famous river
repeatedly shown in films about Indians?
3. In North America it is called caribou. Lives
in the northern part of Eurasia and North America. Eating
not only grass and lichens, but also small
mammals and birds.In Eurasia, it is domesticated and
is an important source of food and
materials for many polar peoples. Tell,
what wild animal are we talking about?
Answer: slide number 3. Reindeer deer (caribou)
4. Explain why many travelers to
North, looking at hunters or warriors, steel
to do and take with you pemmican?
Answer: Slide number 4. Used by the Indians of the North
America in military campaigns and hunting
expeditions : easy to travel long distances
distance, nourishing product, meat does not spoil,
long enough. You may have seen the pros
of this dried meat. product and we will
we will take it into service and supply you
additional point. 6. Slide number What is required
included pemmican in its composition, in addition to lard,
chopped dried berries?
Answer: dried or jerky bison meat,
5. Slide number 5. In Canada, lacrosse is
national summer sport. Canadian
the lacrosse association was founded in 1867 and
is the oldest in the world, and the American
the Indians used this game to prepare
warriors and peaceful resolution of conflicts between
tribes, i.e.K. according to archaeological data
research, the prototype of lacrosse was known in
the territory of modern Canada already at the beginning
fifteenth century. Teams at that time often
consisted of several hundred people, and
the length of the field for the game was from
several hundred meters to several kilometers.
When Europeans discovered Canada, the French
called this action “lacrosse” in appearance
attributes necessary for the game. What did they see
French and began to use in several
another form in their homeland, and then in winter
Answer: To correctly answer the question you need
just know the meaning of a word in Russian
“lacrosse”.So, let’s translate everything together – this is “stick”.
In the United States, along with the nationwide association
lacrosse there is a team Iroquois Nationals,
representing in international competitions
lacrosse Indian tribes.
6. The early clothing of the Indians was of hides and tanned
skins that were worn as robes when the weather was
cold. They were gradually replaced by factory
textiles imported by early travelers and
merchants, but clothes made of reindeer skins, which
dressed everyday and for hunting, was used
also in the nineteenth century.But this view
footwear remains very comfortable today for
many peoples, including the Indians. How
is it customary to call this type of shoe?
Answer: slide number 6. Moccasins.
7. Classic Indian weapon, originally
was a wooden club or
club decorated with carvings.
Answer: slide number 7. Tomahawk. Metal axes
later borrowed from Europeans.
8. What kind of boat material for movement on
rivers and lakes used by the Iroquois?
a) from a tree trunk; b) from the bark; c) from
Answer: slide number 8.From the bark.
Is this true or not ???
9. The Iroquois had many dances, most of
which were associated with ceremonies. Some
of the dances were performed by special dancers,
dressed in a full suit and painted for this
case. Other dances were attended by both men and
women. Tools that were usually celebrated
time for dancing and songs included rattles from
tortoiseshells, rattles from small
pumpkins, deer hoof rattles, feather
tubules, water drum.Is it true or not?
Answer: yes it is true.
10. The characteristic appearance of the Iroquois in the past
created a hairstyle.
For the most part, Iroquois men wore
a bundle of hair gathered at the crown of the head, known as
the name “scalp strand”. Later there were
long hair is also common.
Is this true or not?
Yes, that’s true.
11. In Massachusetts – manitto,
in narragan-set – beckons and denotes
mysterious, but objectively existing force,
subjecting the life of the individual to its influence
man, but the Europeans, when they imagined
North American Indians, wrote about him as about
great god.What did they call him?
12. Wumpums were ropes with
strung on them bone or stone
beads, but more often under “wampums” we
we mean wide belts, to which
such threads of multi-colored beads were attached. it
for us Europeans, and what did the wampum serve for
Answer: slide number 9. Letter (contracts), decoration and
13 It was the Iroquois who were so warlike and
convinced that by removing this from the enemy, he
takes away from him that “universal magic
life force ”, which, according to legend, was
exactly in the hair. This custom was not only among
Iroquois – even ancient authors noted these
actions of the South Russian Scythians. What was shown
Indians as proof of their victory over
Answer: slide number 10. They showed scalps. So,
scalping undoubtedly exists and
they borrowed from the Europeans. After all, it is
the first white traders ordered in Europe
steel knives for scalping, and then
offered them to the Indians! Naturally Indians
showed to this European “invention”
exceptional interest.So, with the help of “white
technique ”scalping was extremely
14. Slide number 11. Video fragment. What is the name of this
a pyramidal tent made of buffalo skins?
Answer: Teepee is very simple “tee pee”
(“for life” in the language of the Dakota Indians). it
house, conical in which the smoke in a spiral
goes out into the hole above the head. … Installed
tipi, cared for them and even considered them
the owners are exclusively women.
15. Another dwelling – Ovachira, made of elm bark,
tree trunks and ropes.
for 20-50 years, it was entirely occupied by one genus,
led by an elder.
What a habitual home for us looks like
Answer: slide number 12. House.
16. Another dwelling made of brushwood and hay, has
Answer: slide number 13. Wigwam.
17. America is considered the homeland of this bird.
It turned out to be a curiosity for the Spaniards.
bird with luxurious plumage.In 1520 a turkey
was first introduced to Spain, and was soon
spread to other European countries. about
houses you could see a bird that
Europeans named in memory of the people whose
it was borrowed. What bird are we talking about?
Answer: slide number 14. Turkey.
18. Very often this animal is found in
folklore of North American Indians. They have
there is a legend that once he was
a person, but not very honest by nature –
constantly cheated and deceived, stole small
things. For all these deeds, the Supreme Spirit transformed
villain in this animal, but after some
time softened and returned to the animal human
hands. The image of the animal in the tales of the Indians is very
is similar to the image of a fox in our fairy tales, since
the character is constantly luring someone into traps,
deceives, steals everything that is bad. There is this
animal in our zoo, it is very welcoming
and constantly erases everything that he gets “under
hands”. What do we call it forever gargle
Answer: slide 15.The raccoon is a gargle.
19 There are three products in North America that
Indians adore: beans and pumpkin. And you looked at
slide number 16. Determine: what is the third product
indispensable in Indian cuisine?
20. Slide number 17. The Indians treated the English to a dish
(you see it on the slide) cooked on
fire. The grains grew from heating,
made a “pop” sound, but stayed on the cob.
What an annual herb
used by the Indians? What was the name of the dishes on
Answer: Corn (0. 5), a new dish in Europe
called popcorn (0.5) from the English word corn –
corn.In total, you can get 1 point in the answer.
Sign language could end our vocabulary
Indian words of expressions, widely known
to every Western reader. In the literature of this
kind we often meet the phrase: “When an Indian
finishes his speech, he says “how” – “I
said everything”. So we can say “how”. On
this game we all said.
90,000 Becker College Admission: SAT, Financial Aid…
Becker College Admissions Survey:
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Admission data (2016):
- Becker College Admission Rate: 65%
- Test Results – 25/75 Percentile
- SAT Critical Read: 460/570
- SAT Mathematics: 460/560
- Writing SAT: – / –
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- ACT Composite: 21/26
- ACT English: 19/25
- ACT Mathematics: 19/25
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Becker College Description:
Located in Worcester, Massachusetts (with an additional campus in nearby Leicester), Becker College was founded in 1887.Becker College and Leicester Academy teamed up in 1977 to provide their students with broader resources, activities and academic offerings. Becker is just one hour from Boston, Providence and Hartford and three hours from New York. It offers students a balance of life in cities and towns, as well as a variety of cultural, museum, theater and social events.
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Becker, a member of the NCAA Division III, offers 16 sports teams. In addition, students can participate in a range of extracurricular activities as well as student clubs and organizations.
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- First-year student retention (full-time students): 68%
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Intercollegiate sports programs:
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90,000 Sparks – News
On July 12, a spectacular training session “Evacuation of personnel, pupils, extinguishing a simulated fire” district.
B 11.00 the fire department received a signal: a fire broke out in one of the buildings of the Ogonyok Center, and a fire brigade of 9 people and 2 units of special equipment immediately left for the scene. At this time, all camp inmates had already started evacuating according to the plan, the territory of the “fire” was cordoned off, and the “victim” was still in the building. According to the training plan, the employees of the Center organized independent extinguishing with the help of a fire hydrant of the internal fire-fighting water supply system located in each building, according to the plan, the attempt was unsuccessful.And at this time, 2 units of special equipment were already entering the territory of the Center, quickly, but without fuss in front of the admiring guys, the professionals took action, the “fire” was extinguished, and the “victim” was taken out of the smoke zone, where he was immediately assisted by doctors. which, by the way, are in the Center around the clock. And how emotionally the pupils reacted when the conditional fire was extinguished, and the building was doused with water from a cannon: there was thunderous applause, the guys chanted to the firemen “Well done!” And in conclusion, of course, there is a memory photo with the heroes of the day, who even allowed the kids to try on the helmet, which caused the children to smile happily.“Can we hug you?”, “Is it a real fire?”, “Did you save the leader?
Dmitry Alekseevich Timofeev, inspector of the ONDiPR of the Tikhvin district of the UNDiPR of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in the Leningrad Region, has been in charge of Ogonyok for several years: “All our services responded in a timely manner. We worked for the estimated time, and at the same time checked the readiness of the Center personnel for emergency situations and tested the hydrant of the external fire-fighting water supply network on the territory, everything is in working order! ”
“For the guys, such trainings are, of course, very useful, and we carry out an unexpected evacuation every shift, the staff already clearly knows their responsibilities, so there are no hiccups, and the time spent on leaving the territory is even less than what the standards require. …”- says Ogonyok Ogonyok, the director of the Ogonyok educational center. evacuation, the number of those wishing to connect their lives with the Ministry of Emergencies has increased many times! ”
II shift 2017
- July 16 – Parent’s Day
- July 14 – music video and dance competition
- July 13 – Startinager
- 11 July – tourist obstacle course
- 10 July – Creative Party
- July 9 – Super Kids vs Counselors
- quest “Zarnitsa”
- 6 July – Opening concert
- “Merry starts”
- 5 July – “Rope Course”
- On July 4, , the children went on an excursion throughout the camp and got acquainted with the circles that are waiting for them on the 2nd shift “Day of Pleasant Surprises”.
Children from different teams decided to take part in the regional stage of the competition of creative, design and research works # Together Brighter , which takes place as part of a nationwide social campaign in order to expand and consolidate the key knowledge of students about energy conservation, the formation of creative thinking, the development of intellectual abilities, increasing the research and cognitive interest of children in the topic of energy conservation, the development of a culture of energy conservation, in the nominations – a competition of drawings, posters and essays on the topic of careful attitude to energy resources and the natural environment.
I shift 2017
- On June 26, a quest on the prevention of psychoactive substances was held in the camp, which was conducted by the volunteers of the “Youth Sports Center”.
- On June 23, a competition for the best dramatization of a fairy tale was held between the detachments
- On June 22, the Day of Remembrance and Mourning, the “Candle of Remembrance” concert and the military song festival took place.
- On June 20, fashionistas and women of fashion from all divisions delighted the audience with the “Competition of hairstyles and costumes”.
- June 19 – “Game by stations”
- June 18 – asphalt drawing competition
- June 17 – game on the stations “Games of our yard”
- June 16 – clips “Dances”
- June 14 – we study the rules of the road
- June 13 – dramatization of paintings
- June 12 – opening concert
- June 11 – “Merry Starts”
“Ogonyok” was visited by the Olympic medalist.
On August 13, the Ogonyok center was visited by Anton Ponkrashov – Russian professional basketball player, captain of the Russian national team, UNICS player, Honored Master of Sports of Russia. Medalist of the 2012 Olympic Games, where he won a bronze medal as part of the national team. I would like to note that in 2007 Anton Aleksandrovich was the European champion, in 2011 the bronze medalist of the European Basketball Championship.
Olympians were greeted by the whole center, but despite the large number of children, Anton Ponkrashov was able to quickly attract the attention of children to himself with his positiveness.On the sports ground, Anton Aleksandrovich held a static endurance competition, where volunteers from all squads took part, the most persistent guys will be awarded gifts, namely, they will receive sneakers from the Olympian. After that, the athlete played basketball with the center team. The children did not let the guest go for a long time, took selfies with him, took autographs from him, took pictures of him.
Director of the center A.V. Mikhailov expresses gratitude to Alexei Buryanin for organizing the meeting. It is these living examples that contribute to instilling a healthy lifestyle in our young generation!
Report “FUNNY VACATIONS” on the work of 1 shift “Children’s health and educational center” Ogonyok “
CLIPS COMPETITION “ABOUT TIMES, ABOUT GOOD!”
Hooray !!! So it took place! Music video contest! One of the most interesting events in Ogonyok.