The Powell Lacrosse Journal
As our game evolves, we have to keep pressing forward. When it comes to rules, this might be the best push in recent years.
Four months later and we’re here, MLL Championship Weekend.
Unlike last season’s end of the year debacle, with just about every team making a case for why they should be in the postseason, things are getting ironed out before the regular season even wraps up.
Last year was incredible. This time around, the rosters are absolutely mind-blowing.
Before you glue yourself to the five games on the horizon, let’s rewind a bit.
Kids then start to see the older teens in their town playing and having fun, prompting them to ask for a stick for their birthday. And just like that, a new star is born.
Only three weeks remain, no one has clenched and no one is eliminated from playoff contention quite yet.
The bonds formed off the field and memories created amongst friends and families are truly what make Lake Placid great.
MLL All-Star Game always finds a way to highlight league milestones.
Lacrosse would simply be something that we all had in common, something that would provide us with endless memories.
The comeback thriller from the Lizards over the Machine was the only game worth watching from beginning to end. Unless you really love one-side butt kickings.
Looking at some of the breaking news, patterns, or other notable story lines that help make MLL exciting.
The margins are tight and the scores have been relatively high.
The season is at the midpoint, but somehow it feels like things are just getting started.
It’s time to let the little kid inside of you love the game again.
Four games in Week 6, featuring one-hundred and nine combined scores.
If you’re a lacrosse fan, and we’re sure you are, this weekend is what you live for.
The MLL games slow down this weekend so lets take a look back at Week 5 action.
Don’t be afraid to pioneer the world that we live in. Don’t be afraid to create.
A look back at the Division I & II MCLA Championship Tournament.
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