2017 Peewee Box Champions
Peewee's are Provincial D Champions with and exciting 7-6 win in double OT!
2017 Bantam Box Champions
2017 was an amazing season for the Bantam Fury. They had big shoes to fill because the 2016 Bantam Fury won provincials in the D division.
The 2017 Bantam Fury ended their field season on a high note by defeating the top seeded Oakville team. Rolling their field success into the box lacrosse season, the Bantam team won in the Midland tournament and showed very well at the Braver than Brave tournament in Oshawa.
The Bantam team earned top seed during the regular season, and faced Whitby in the Zone 6 Championship. After a decisive win over Whitby, the zone champion Fury set their sites on the Provincials tournament in Whitby.
The Bantams went undefeated on their path to the finals. Now faced against the only other undefeated team in Brampton, the Fury knew that they had a monumental task ahead of them. Brampton's goalie was fresh off a national championship win with Team Ontario.
The Bantam Fury dug in deeply and pulled off a solid and convincing team effort on the way to a thrilling C Division provincial championship victory.
The Fury have established themselves as a two time champion in Bantam and they hope to roll that right into 2018.
2017 Midget Box Silver Medalists
The Kawartha Lakes Fury Midget lacrosse team had a very successful end to the season capturing an Ontario Silver Medal at the Ontario Lacrosse Festival. > They captured wins in the round robin against Stayner, Arthur and Gloucester. They advanced to face a tough St Catharine's team in the Quarter Final and came out on top which advanced them to a Semi Final rematch against the Gloucester Griffins. A very tight defensive battle all game forced a sudden death overtime period. Chances at both ends early left spectators on the edge of their seat. Finally with only a few minutes remaining in the sudden death period Kawartha Lakes caused a turnover and went down the floor to score the game winning goal and punch their ticket in the Gold Medal game. In the Gold medal match up the Fury faced off against a tough Barrie team that they had seen once previous early on in the season. Going down 4-0 in the first period was not the start the Fury Midget team expected but during the short intermission the boys took a deep breath and came together displaying the heart they played with all year long. They battled back to tie the game up and even take the lead but Barrie continued to press and wear Kawartha Lakes down further. Barrie ended up winning by a score of 8-7. Despite the loss the Kawartha Lakes Fury had a very successful season. They battled all year long against tough opponents and did it with a bench no bigger than twelve runners and two goalies at it's max. > The coaching staff of Dustin Dunn, Jordan Hill, Dan Dunn and manager Heather Dunn, would like to thank all the parents for their support and dedication all season long, the players for an outstanding year in both box and field and wish the graduating players the best in their future endeavors. Congratulations Midgets!
Dylan James ~ Virginia Episcopal School
Dylan is attending Virginia Episcopal School which is a highly selective college preparatory school established in 1916 in Lynchburg, Virginia. They are defending back to back State Div II Varsity lacrosse champions. #gobishops
Tyler Grandel awarded the Ryan Haber Memorial Award
Congratulations to Kawartha Lakes Fury graduating U17 player, Tyler Grandel on being awarded the Ryan Haber Memorial Award.Tyler recently accepted the award in Niagara Falls at the annual Ontario Lacrosse AGM. Thanks for all your contributions to Kawartha Lakes Minor Lacrosse. Well done Tyler! Ryan Haber Memorial Award To be awarded to the U17 (Midget) Player demonstrating high proficiency in the game of Field Lacrosse, through his/her hard work, dedication and determination
Belle Shaw named to Team Ontario
KLMLA would like to proudly recognize Belle for earning a spot on the Team Ontario Bantam Girls roster. Belle will be representing Ontario in the Nationals tournament in Nova Scotia. Bell is also currently playing for KLMLA on the U15 field team and Bantam Box teams. Good Job Belle, we are all very proud of you!