Category: lacrosse

Lyle Thompson Curious, Cautious as Sports Begin to Restart

Lyle Thompson had a wooden lacrosse stick put in his hands the day he was born. Growing up, he would train with it, study it and even sleep with it. His stick became his best friend.

Lacrosse is his life. Continue reading “Lyle Thompson Curious, Cautious as Sports Begin to Restart”

Importance of Lacrosse to Iroquois Featured in New Documentary

Lacrosse is more than a game — it is a ritual, a medicine, a tradition, a culture, and an identity.

The sport is an original Iroquois game, played to honor the Creator. The Iroquois have a deep relationship with the game and much respect for it. Children are given homemade wooden lacrosse sticks when they’re born — they’re taught to respect the stick, learn about its importance, and cherish it. Continue reading “Importance of Lacrosse to Iroquois Featured in New Documentary”