Saturday night will be an emotional home game for the Philadelphia Wings Lacrosse Team. They’re dedicating the game to a young player who died. Fox 29′s John Anderson reports, one of the Wings, Bill McGlone, has made it his mission to join forces with the Colleluori family and keep this young man’s memory and his dying wish alive.
A friend of the lacrosse community needs us, and it’s for a good cause. Leyla Morzan, a former tennis player at Penn State, is running to find a cure for blood cancers. She is participating in a marathon on October 17 with the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada’s Team In Training. Keep Reading…
Help support Kelly for the Cure and MetroLacrosse June 10 by attending a fundraiser to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society & MetroLacrosse. MetroLacrosse is an innovative non-profit organization that provides year-round sports-based youth development programs. MetroLacrosse is an amazing organization and one example of securing the growth and future of the sport. More information on Metro and the event AFTER THE JUMP….
The Boston Blazers will host their Black Out Cancer Night for their April 3rd game and have set a goal of $5000 to donate to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.Continue…
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You may have heard rumblings about a new movie in the works called ‘Transition’. Based on the true story of the younger brother of Anthony Bradford (writer/producer), the film follows a high school star who battles cancer to regain a spot on his varsity team. The soundtrack features Mikey Powell, who contributed a collection of his songs for the film. “This isn’t just a lacrosse film, but the film also has the purpose to raise awareness of Pediatric Cancer,” says Bradford.