The Can Am All Star scheduled for Saturday October 5th has been postponed due to the death of an Onondaga elder.
This years All Star Game will be October 5th at the Onondaga Field House.
12:00pm Old Sticks Game
1:00pm Skills Competition
3:00pm All Star Game
1st intermission Hall Of Fame 2018 induction
2nd intermission Hall Of Fame 2019 induction
5:30pm Banquet at Fire Barn
The 2019 Can Am Lacrosse All star game will be hosted by the Onondaga Redhawks at the Onondaga Fieldhouse on October 5th. Time will be determined shortly.
The Can Am Lacrosse League would like to thank our teams, players, coaches, volunteers and fans for another great season. We look forward to seeing everyone for the 2020 season.
The Akwesasne Bucks showed that they are a team to be reckoned with from the very beginning to the end of the tournament. The Bucks finished the round robin portion of the tournament with an outstanding record of 5-1-1. The only loss in the round robin was to 3 time defending champs St. Albert Miners on the 1st day. The Bucks then won the next 3 games(Snake Island, Ladner and Capital Region) before tying the host Kahnawake Mohawks. The Bucks finished off the round robin by defeating Team Nova Scotia and Six Nations. In the Champioship game they lost 9-5 to the Six Nations Rivermen and bringing home the silver medal.
Seth Oakes tied for the championship scoring title with(18g 21a) 39 points. Miles Thompson(18g 14a) 32 points. Sam Verville finished the tournament with a 4-1-1 record and a goals against of 7.73.
As a member of the Executive Board for Can Am Lacrosse League, I would like to thank the Bucks for representing the league at the Presidents Cup. For showing the rest of the CLA that we are a strong lacrosse league with many great teams and players. Be proud of what was accomplished this year and get ready for next season.
Unlike the previous game it was the Rivermen who started out strong taking a 6-2 lead after the 1st period. The Rivermen continued their strong play in the 2nd period scoring 2 goals to start the period. The Bucks were able to score before the period ended to bring the score to 8-3. The Bucks scored 2 goals in the first 8 minutes to make the score 8-5 but the Rivermen tightened up on defense and held the Bucks scoreless the rest of the way. Final score 9-5 Rivermen.
The Bucks were led by Seth Oakes(1g 3a). Sam Verville had another strong game.
The Bucks are in a must win situation if they are going to play for the gold medal tomorrow against the same undefeated Six Nations team. The Rivermen have already secured their spot in the championship game.
The Bucks started out strong taking a 4-1 lead after the 1st period and never looked back. The Bucks scored the 1st 3 and the last 3 goals of the 2nd period to lead 11-5 going into the 3rd period. In the 3rd period as well as the whole game the Bucks defense was very strong limiting the Rivermen to only 28 shots for the game. the final score 14-6 Bucks. With the win the same 2 teams will play for the Presidents Cup Championship on Sunday afternoon at 4pm.
The Bucks offense was led by Seth Oakes(3g 3 a) , Josh Becker(2g 3a) and Russ Oakes(1g 4a).
After a tough 1st period that ended tied at 3, the Bucks exploded for 10 goals in the 2nd period to take control of the game. The 3rd period was a continued to go the Bucks way as the final score was 17-5.
The Bucks were led by Miles Thompson with 4 goals and 3 assists. Sam Verville with another strong performance.
The Bucks started out strong and then the Mohawks buckled down on defense. the Bucks led 5-2 after the 1st period. after the 2nd the scored 7-5 Bucks. The 3rd period was nip and tuck as the Mohawks came back to tie the game at 8. The Mohawks had the last chance to win but a strong defense by the Bucks thwarted the chance as the game ended. the Bucks record is 3-1-1 for 7points.
The Bucks were led by Jerome Thompson with 2 goals and 4 assists. Sam Verville was strong in goal for the Bucks.
Another strong effort from the Bucks as they led pretty much thw whole game to improve to 3-1. The Bucks used a balanced attack as 3 players recorded 4 points (Jerome Thompson 3g 1a), Blaze Riorden(2g 2a) and Josh Becker(1g 3a). The Bucks take on host Kahnawake Mohawks at 5pm.
The Bucks win a very impressive victory defeating the Pioneers 22-11. The Bucks got off to a slow a start trailing 8-7 after the 1st period. An incredible 10-1 2nd period put the Buck in charge and they never looked back. With the victory the Bucks improve to 2-1. Next up for the Bucks is a matchup against the Capital Region Axemen at 5pm Wednesday afternoon.
The Bucks were led by Seth Oakes (6g 3a), Ty Thompson(3g 5a), Gale Thorpe, Miles Thompson and Russ Oakes all with (2g 5a).
The Bucks evened their record at 1-1 by defeating the Muskies 17-13. The Bucks started and finished strong. They were led by Seth Oakes(4g 3a), Skye Sunday (1g 3a), Ky Tarbell (2g2a), Miles Thompson (3g) and Jerome Thompson (1g 2a). The take on the Ladner Pioneers tomorrow morning at 11am.
The Bucks started the 2019 President's Cup against the 3 time defending champions St. Albert Miners. The Bucks dropped a hard fought game 13-10. The Bucks were led by Seth Oakes( 1 g 5a), Miles Thompson(4g) and Gale Thorpe (1g 3a). The Bucks return to action with the 1st game tomorrow morning against the Snake Island Muskies at 11am
The Bucks schedule for the upcoming President's Cup tournament.
Sunday Aug. 25 vs Team Alberta 1pm
Monday Aug. 26 vs Snake Island Muskies(TNSLL) 11am
Tuesday Aug. 27 vs Ladner Pioneers(BC) 11am
Wednesday Aug 28 vs Capital Region Axmen(QC) 5pm
Thursday Aug 29 vs Kahnawake Mohawks(Host) 5pm
Friday Aug30 vs Team Nova Scotia 8am
Saturday Aug 31 vs Six Nation Rivermen(ONT) 5pm
Congrats to the Akwesasne Bucks on winning the Can Am Championship. The Bucks defeated the Tucaraora Tomahawks 4 games to 0. The Bucks will represent the Can Am At the President's Cup in Kahnawake later this month.
The Akwesasne Bucks take game 1 of the best of 7 Championship Series 10-7. The Bucks jumped out to a 6-2 lead after the 1st period. The Tomahawks fought back in the 2nd period to trail 7-5 after the 2nd period. The Bucks held on in the 3rd after Tuscarora tied the score at 7 midway thru the final period. The Bucks scored the last 3 goals of the game to win 10-7. Game 2 in the series will be Sunday 7/28/2019 at 1pm at Cornerstone Arena in Lockport.
The Newtown Golden Eagles Sr. Lacrosse will proudly host the 2019 Iroquois Nations Cup box lacrosse tournament on October 17-20 2019 At the Gil Lay Memorial Arena in Irving, NY.
Tournament Contact info
Chuck Stevens (716)548-4563 or
Monica Young-Beaver firstname.lastname@example.org
Team entry fee $1000 with a $500 performance bond per team. US funds only. Teams will be accepted on a first come basis with full payment.
Make checks payable to :
Newtown Golden Eagles Lacrosse
PO Box 73
Lawtons, NY 14091
Daily admissions $15 Adults and Students $10 kids (5-13) and seniors
Weekend Pass $35 Adults and Students $25 kids(5-13) and seniors
Arm bands will be used to verify admission. These will NOT be replaced if lost and a re-admission will be charged. Prices will remain the same throughout the tournament regardless of the time purchased or how many teams are left.
The championship series teams and schedule have been set. The Akwesasne Bucks will face the Tuscarora Tomahawks in the best of 7 series. The schedule is as follows:
Game 1 Akwesasne @ Tuscarora Saturday 7/27 at 7pm
Game 2 Akwesasne @ Tuscarora Sunday 7/28 at 1pm
Game 3 Tuscarora @ Akwesasne Saturday 8/3 at 7pm
Game 4 Tuscarora @ Akwesasne Sunday 8/4 at 1pm
x-Game 5 Akwesasne @ Tuscarora Saturday 8/10 at 7 pm
x-Game 6 Akwesasne @ Tuscarora Sunday 8/11 at 1pm
x-Game 7 Tuscarora @ Akwesasne Saturday 8/17 at 7 pm
Games 5-7 if necessary
Tuscarora home games will be payed at Cornerstone Arena in Lockport.
Akwesasne home games will be played at St Lawrence Sports Complex in Massena.
The winner of this series will represent the Can Am Am Lacrosse League at the President's Cup being held in Kahnawake.
The Akwesasne Bucks will be advancing to the Can Am Championship series after defeating the Allegany Arrows 3 game to 1 in the semi final series.
The Tuscarora Tomahawks are the first team to advance to the Championship series. The winner of the series between the Akwesasne Bucks and the Allegany Arrows will face the Tomahawks for the right to represent the Can Am at the President's Cup next month.
After the 1st weekend of play in round 2. The Akwesasne Bucks and Allegany Arrows are tied at 1 game apiece. Series will continue next Friday July 19 at 8:30pm at the Allegany Community Center Game 4 will be Saturday July 20, at 3:00pm also at the Allegany Community Center. Game 5 if necessary will be Sunday at the St. Lawrence Sports Complex in Akwesasne at 3:00pm
The Tuscarora Tomahawks lead the Newtown Golden Eagles 2games to 0. Game 3 will be Friday July 19th at 8:30 at Cornerstone Arena. Game 4 if necessary will be Saturday July 20 at 7:00pm at Gil Lay Arena. Games 5 will be Sunday July 21st at 3:00pm at Cornerstone Arena if necessary
Best of 5 Series
Akwesasne vs Allegany
July 13-14 and July 19-21
Tuscarora vs Newtown
July 12-13 and July 19-21
Akwesasne Bucks vs Buffalo Creek Thunder
Tuscarora Tomahawks vs Tonawanda Braves
Newtown Golden Eagles vs Rochester River Monsters
Allegany Arrows vs Onondaga Redhawks
Best of 3 series Games played July 5-7 2019