2019 Founders’ Cup, Canada’s  Junior B Box National Championship

Hosted in Winnipeg from August 12-18.

Website:

www.founderscup.net

Twitter:

@founderscuplax

 

Schedule

Tuesday:
Game 1 – Ontario vs Quebec -10:15am 
Game 2 – BC vs FNLA 1:15pm
Game 3 – Alberta vs Sask -4:15pm

Opening ceremonies 7:15pm followed by Game 4 – MB vs Quebec 

Wednesday:
Game 1 – FNLA vs Alberta 10:15am
Game 2 – Ontario vs BC – 1:15pm

 

Game 3 – Sask vs Quebec – 4:15pm
Game 4 – MB vs FNLA -7:15pm

Thursday:
Game 1 – Quebec vs Alberta 10:15am
Game 2 – Sask vs BC – 1:15pm
Game 3 – Ontario vs FNLA -4:15pm
Game 4 – MB vs Alberta 7:15pm

Friday:
Game 1 – Ontario vs Sask -10:15am
Game 2 – FNLA vs Quebec – 1:15pm
Game 3 – BC vs Alberta – 4:15pm

 

Game 4 – MB vs Sask – 7:15pm

Saturday:
Game 1 – BC vs Quebec 9:00am
Game 2- MB vs Ontario 1145am
Game 3- FNLA vs Sask – 2:30pm
Game 4 – Ontario vs Alberta – 5:15pm
Game 5 – MB vs BC – 8:00pm

Sunday:
Game 1 – 11:00am – 5th place vs 6th place 
Game 2 – 2:00pm – Bronze medal game
Game 3 – 5:00pm – Gold medal game

 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS!
2019 Champions

 

Sr. B Division Provincial Champions

Gold St. Albert Miners

 

Jr. A Provincial Champions

Gold – Okotoks Raiders

 

2019 Founders’ Cup

Gold – Calgary Shamrocks

Jr. B Tier I Provincial Champions

Calgary Shamrocks

Jr. B Tier I Larry Bishop Memorial Champions

Gold– Calgary Shamrocks

Jr. B Tier I Central Division Champions

Red Deer Rampage

Jr. B Tier I South Division Champions

Calgary Shamrocks

Jr. B Tier I East Division Champions

Manitoba Blizzard

 

Sr. C Provincial Champions

Gold– Airdrie Mohawks
Silver– Edmonton Warriors

Sr. C North Division Champions

Edmonton Warriors

Sr. C South Division Champions

Airdrie Mohawks

 

Jr. B Tier II Provincial Champions

Gold– Sylvan Lake Yetti
Silver– Sherwood Park Titans
Bronze– High River Heat

Jr. B Tier II Jim Andrews North Conference Champions

Sherwood Park Titans

Jr. B Tier II Cindy Garant South Conference Champions

Sylvan Lake Yetti


Jr. B Tier III RMLL Division Champions

Cranbrook Outlaws

 

Jr. Ladies Provincial Champions

GOLD– Calgary Cardinals
SILVER – Sherwood Park Titans
BRONZE – Okotoks Raiders


Sr. Ladies RMLL Division Champions

Sherwood Park Titans

 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS!
2019 Point Leaders

 

Junior A Division

AJ Jomha Award
#18 Toron Eccleston
Calgary Mountaineers
36 goals; 34 assists
70 points in 15 games

 

Sr. B Division

Harris Toth Award
#91 Richard Lachlan
St. Albert Miners
33 goals; 52 assists
85 points in 12 games

 

Jr. B Tier II North Central Division

Dave Nyhuis Award
#66 Paxton Fleming
Sherwood Park Titans
35 goals; 39 assists
74 points in 15 games

 

Jr. B Tier II North East Division

Dave Nyhuis Award
#9 Mitchell Bibeau
Lakeland Heat
57 goals; 25 assists
82 points in 16 games

 

Jr. B Tier II South Central Division

Jim Lovgren Award
#64 Riley Gallant
Strathmore Venom
46 goals; 29 assists
75 points in 14 games

 

Jr. B Tier II South West Division

Jim Lovgren Award
#11 Kien Bowen
Sylvan Lake Yetti
52 goals; 41 assists
93 points in 13 games

 

Jr. B Tier III Division

#2 Michael Blackwell
Cranbrook Outlaws
25 goals, 39 assists
64 points in 12 games

 

Jr. Ladies Division

Stacey Dziwenko Award
#7 Milana Zizakovic
Calgary Cardinals
49 goals; 15 assists
64 points in 14 games

 

Sr. Ladies Division

Stacey Dziwenko Award
#8 Erin McKinstry
Calgary Cougars
30 goals; 25 assists
55 points in 14 games

 

 

 

Division Awards

 

Larry Bishop Memorial Cup – RMLL Jr. B Tier I Championship Series

Jayden Sommerfeld Memorial Award
2019 Series MVP
#23 Dylan Ferrier – Calgary Shamrocks

RMLL Sr. C Division

Offensive Player of the Year
2019
#7 Greg Bradley
Airdrie Mohawks

RMLL Sr. C Division

Defensive Player of the Year
2019
#23 Josh Sartorelli
Airdrie Mohawks

RMLL Sr. C Division

Goalie of the Year
2019
#30 Kelly McLellan
Okotoks Erratic

Cody Matkea

1998-2019

The Edmonton Warriors junior program unexpectedly lost one of their family on Sunday when Cody Matkea tragically passed away in an early-morning canoe incident on Lac St. Anne. Cody played for the Warriors JrB2 and JrB1 teams in his first three years of eligibility and was to be returning for his first game of the season as a fifth-year on Monday. Our hearts are broken having lost a friend, an impact player, and a true Warrior.

POLICY 12 – ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND DRUG POLICY

 

POLICY 12 – ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND DRUG POLICY
12.01 Alcohol
12.01.1 All players, team officials and volunteers must respect the laws
regarding the consumption of alcohol in the jurisdiction of the event
(either provincially/territorially or internationally). Underage drinking
will not be tolerated.
12.01.2 No team official, athlete, game official, volunteer should consume alcohol or should have
consumed alcohol with parents or athletes during the time of an ALA sanctioned event
while under the care and control of athletes.
12.01.3 Team officials should not consume alcohol in the presence of underage players.
12.01.4 No team member, team officials or volunteer shall be intoxicated at
any time between leaving home to travel to and returning home from
an ALA event.
12.02 All forms of Tobacco and Vaping
12.02.1 All players and team officials must respect the laws surrounding
tobacco in the jurisdiction of the event (Provincial/Territorial and
International). The ALA discourages the use of tobacco/vape.
12.02.2 Team officials and players should not use tobacco/vape in the presence of
underage players.
12.03 Drugs
12.03.1 The Canadian Government legalized Cannabis however, athletes subject to the
Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP) must be aware that this does not affect the
status of cannabis in sport. Cannabis continues to be a prohibited substance and a
positive test can still result in sanction.
12.03.2 The ALA position statement on substance abuse shall apply
to all competitions.
12.03.3 All players and team officials must respect the laws surrounding
drugs in the jurisdiction of the event (Canada and International). The
stricter standard shall apply.
12.03.4 No athlete, official, coach or volunteer shall take either illegal or
performance enhancing drugs. No team official or parent shall
recommend or condone the use of illegal or performance enhancing
drugs.
12.03.5 Any individual who has knowledge of the use of illegal or
performance enhancing drugs must report the infraction immediately
to team management or a ALA official.

12.03.6 Failure to follow the above guidelines could result in a Code of Conduct violation.

 

The Alberta Lacrosse Association (ALA) is excited to announce the launch of Alberta Lacrosse TV. You can find Alberta Lacrosse TV at  www.albertalacrossetv.com.

Alberta Lacrosse TV is an online platform where the public can go to watch Alberta Lacrosse videos. Initially Alberta Lacrosse TV will provide drill videos for coaches.

In addition, coaches will be able to download the drill PDF from the site . The ALA will be continually uploading drill videos to the library and build the database of drills for box lacrosse, men’s field lacrosse and women’s field lacrosse.

Alberta Lacrosse TV will be the site to visit to watch the new and exciting things that are happening in the lacrosse community. Eventually Alberta Lacrosse TV will move beyond drill videos to highlight lacrosse events, player profiles and coach interviews.

For more information or to be a sponsor of Alberta Lacrosse TV please contact
Lisa Grant at lisa@albertalacrosse.com.