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2013 Events and Tournaments Archive


SALI 2013 Lacrosse Tourney

May 10-12, Sisters High School

For those who remember the days of the PNLA tourney in Delta Park, Oregon still hosts the biggest lacrosse tournament for boys west of the Mississippi in Sisters. Last year there were 59 teams from Idaho, Oregon, and Washington at levels from U9 to High School Varsity. With approximately 3000 players and spectators participating in SALI 2012, even more are expected this year. SALI 2013 will take place on May 10th, 11th, and 12th at Sisters High School, registration is now open.

For more details about team Yurt Rentals, other accomodations, or the Fiesta Friday Taco Feed visit the SALI 2013 page at OutlawsLax.org or go directly to the Sisters Park and Recreation registration page for registration. If you would like to volunteer, participate, or if you know a vendor that would like to come to this tournament, please contact Sisters Park and Recreation office.

Any further questions please contact Jerry Kaping at (541)549-2091 or jerry@sistersrecreation.com

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Oregon Colleges Dominate 2013 PNCLL Finals

May 5th, Wilsonville High School - Having Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League finals in Oregon this year turned out to be fitting as all teams in both divsion finals hailed from Oregon and featured important contributions from OHSLA alumni.

In the morning Division II final, the Western Oregon Wolves beat the Portland Pilots to capture their sixth straight PNCLL championship. The Wolves were powered by Jacob Bohince (Hood River '10) with 5 goals and Tyler Bolton's (South Salem '09) 2 goals and 3 assists. The Pilots were led by Senior Matt Timm's (Roseburg) two goals. The #14 seeded Wolves will move on to play #3 seed St John's on May 13th in the MCLA Division II National Tournament in Greenvile SC.

The afternoon Division I final featured a Civil War rematch between the Oregon Ducks and the Oregon State Beavers. The Beavers avenged their 15-7 loss earlier this season (in West Linn) with a thrilling 10-9 victory over the Ducks. The Beavers were led by Reed Oliver's (Lake Oswego '10) 3 goals and an assist and Nick Widmer's (Canby '11) 16 saves in goal. Both Oregon and Oregon State will move on to the MCLA Division I National Tournament in Greenvile SC. The #11 seed Beavers will face #6 UC Santa Barbara while the #12 seed Ducks will face #5 Chapman.

Semi-Finals
Saturday, May 4th
Finals
Sunday, May 5th
D-II Semi #1
#18 Portland6
#19 Gonzaga4

D-II Semi #2
Western Washington9
#14 Western Oregon18

 

PNCLL D-II Finals
#18 Portland6
#14 Western Oregon8

D-I Semi #1
Washington3
#10 Oregon16

D-I Semi #2
#19 Oregon State11
#17 Simon Fraser4

 

PNCLL D-I Finals
#10 Oregon9
#19 Oregon State10

Oregon Civil War...Lacrosse Style

Saturday, April 20th 5pm, West Linn High School

Well it's the time of year for the Ducks and the Beavers to go at it on the lacrosse field.  On Saturday April 20th University of Oregon and Oregon State will face off in the annual Civil War Lacrosse Game.   The game will be played at West Linn High School.  Oregon State is the home team and has elected to play the game in the Portland Metro area.  Game time is 5pm.  There will be raffles for equipment and camp scholarships at halftime.  Look for a fastest shot contest as well.

Each team has many players that played HS lacrosse in the state of Oregon: 31 on Oregon State and 11 play for the U of O.  Both teams are ranked in the top #15 in the nation for MCLA Division I.

This is a great chance to see the top 2 college programs in the state play as well as watch many former OHSLA players perform at the next level.

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Iroquois Lacrosse Program Clinic

Saturday, April 20th from 1-5pm, Lincoln High School

With the hi-tech sticks, gloves, and helmets used today, one can easily forget that Lacrosse is the oldest sport in North America, dating back to the 1400's (and many say much earlier).  This year Portland has the unique pleasure of hosting a clinic instructed by Cam Bomberry and Kevin Sandy of the Iroquois Lacrosse Program.

This clinic will be for both Middle and High School level players.  In addition to drills and lacrosse tips, the session promises to provide main stream lacrosse players with a unique cultural perspective of the spirit of the game.  All proceeds from the clinic will go to support the growth of lacrosse in Oregon's Native communities.

For details check out the Clinic Outline and register on-line on the Oregon Native Youth Lacrosse Clinic registration page.

Come learn the The Haudenosuanne Way and help fund the expansion of lacrosse!

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Fritz Hayes Classic

March 9th, Lake Oswego High School

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Fritz Hayes
Frederick "Fritz" Hayes, a lacrosse parent who later became an official, was a tireless champion for the growth of the game in Oregon through his service on the board of the Oregon Lacrosse Officials Association and support of official training for the Oregon Youth Lacrosse Association.

In Fritz's honor, the Oregon High School Lacrosse Association is kicking off the 2013 season with a first time ever event. Last year's four semi-final teams (Lake Oswego/Lincoln/Lakeridge/Sunset) have been asked to open the new lacrosse season at the "Fritz Hayes Classic".

The reason for creating this unique venue: To (1) honor Fritz, a departed member of the Oregon Lacrosse family, (2) create a fund raising opportunity for youth lacrosse, and (3) promote the game of lacrosse to the media and sports community in Oregon.

The event will be hosted at the Lake Oswego HS field on March 9th. The first game will feature reigning state champion Lincoln against perennial power Lakeridge at 1pm. Next the Sunset Apollos, coming off their third championship game appearance in three years, will face the Lake Oswego Lakers at 4pm.

The Oregon Lacrosse Officials Association is heading up the volunteer/fund raising effort at the venue. The donation for admission is $5 for adults and $1 for students, which will cover both games. There will be concessions available as well as raffles for prizes generously donated by the community. All proceeds from the event will go to supporting youth lacrosse and the growth of the sport in Oregon.


Dan Badders - OHSLA Commissioner