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Blood Brothers

Last week I decided to take a deep dive into a topic that I’ve been interested in for years.  As the name of our online journal suggests, we are exploring the field in an effort to uncover the untold stories of lacrosse and shine light on the important people inside our community.  I’m honored to have the opportunity to write about lacrosse and peel back the layers of this beautiful game. 

Wooden Shaft Series VOL 1

A couple of years ago I was doing some carpentry work on a house built in 1890 with my good friend Mic. We were pulling up a plywood subfloor and revealing beautiful oak floor boards. Mic is an incredible life long woodworker that I met back in 2009 when I was playing music at a folk house in Upstate NY. He is one of those guys that I am pretty sure could fix anything and fix it with a lot…

Heads From The Past

We wandered into our Parent’s garage last week and stumbled upon a group of heads covered in spiderwebs and mouse droppings.  They were tied together in a loop like a giant set of janitor keys.  As we started flipping through them we couldn’t contain our laughter. We must of sat there and laughed at these things for an hour. These were some of the ugliest heads one could ever imagine.  Most were broken, some were painted and all were ugly…

Why Are They Called Shooting Strings?

How do you like your shooters?  One of the first meetings we had with Sam we talked in great detail about shooting string set ups.  First off, we all agreed how much we love how every player seems to have their own style when it comes to how they configure and tie up their top strings.  Certainly one of the coolest aspects of our sport is the individuality within the team concept.  Lacrosse is a very creative game filled with…

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