4th Annual Care for the Cure Lacrosse Tournament

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On August 15, 2008 Caroline (Care) Cranston, at 24 years old, was diagnosed with leukemia. In high school, Care played lacrosse for West Chester Henderson and continued her lacrosse career at Duquesne University. Our mission is to bring the lacrosse community together and to raise awareness and funds for this terrible disease. Read More…

3rd Annual Care for the Cure Tournament

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King of Prussia, PA — November 4, 2011 — On Sunday, November 6th girls and boys high school lacrosse teams will be coming together to play in the third annual Care for the Cure Tournament at West Chester Henderson High School. The Care for the Cure Tournament, now in its third year, is dedicated to raising money and awareness to find a cure for leukemia in the memory of Caroline (Care) Cranston, the sister of professional lacrosse player Ryan Cranston. Read More…

MLL Pro Cranston Endorses Global Sports Event




(KINGSTON, R.I.) – From June 26 to July 4, 2011, the Institute for International Sport will host its 5th World Scholar-Athlete Games (WSAG) throughout the Greater Hartford Connecticut area. The WSAG welcome 15-19 year old scholar-athletes and scholar-artists from all fifty states and over 150 nations. Keep Reading…

Care for the Cure Lacrosse Tournament CPX-R Helmets




Care for the Cure Lacrosse Tournament, founded by Ryan Cranston, will be wearing lids adorned with Headwarpz. LAS has great pictures of the helmet from all sides. Keep Reading…

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A-Line Apparel Announces Its Two Newest Athlete Alliance Members

A-Line Apparel Announces Its Two Newest Athlete Alliance Members




A-Line Apparel announces its 2 newest Athlete Alliance members; LXM PRO’s Evan Kay and Ryan Cranston. Notable Athletes joining Evan and Ryan in the Alliance are New York Red Bulls Sinisa Ubiparipovic and Pro MMA Fighter Doug “The Killer” Miller among other up and coming amateur surfers and snowboarders. Read More…

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2nd Annual Care for the Cure Tournament, Teams Still Needed



On August 15, 2008 Caroline (Care) Cranston, at 24 years old, was diagnosed with leukemia. In high school, Care played lacrosse for West Chester Henderson and continued her lacrosse career at Duquesne University. Caroline lost her battle May 8, 2010. We continue to fight in Caroline’s name and will never forget the light she shed on all of us. Keep Reading…