Weekly Mashup

Posted on February 11, 2011 by

Categories: Economy/Lax Business, Lifestyle, Social Media, STX

Each week the Weekly Mashup brings you links to some of the articles you may not have seen that involve lacrosse or lacrosse players. Here are some of the news-makers from this week. The Weekly Mashup is presented by Steven Brooks’ new poster for STX.

16-year-old lacrosse player inspires city’s top athletes: Noah Hoselton, with a bit of help from his dad, Bob, organized a lacrosse camp in Nunavut in an attempt to help reduce the startling suicide rate amongst northern youth through sport.

Montana Becomes USL’s 63rd Chapter: US Lacrosse announced that the Montana chapter joined its network of regional chapters in January 2011. The Montana chapter will provide programs, services and leadership to the lacrosse community in the entire state of Montana.

Brampton Minor lacrosse clinic: New and prospective lacrosse players are being invited to give ‘the fastest game on two feet’ a try at free 0rientation clinic put on by Brampton Minor Lacrosse on Sunday, Feb. 20.

Ex-lacrosse star now coaching two pro teams: It would be difficult to find anybody as immersed in the sport of lacrosse as Tom Slate. A 1992 graduate of Springfield, Delaware County, Slate has been a successful player on the high school, college, and professional levels.

Boys LAX Equipment Needed: Green Hornets Boys Lacrosse Program is looking for LAX equipment donations and they have volunteers standing by to come them pick up.

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