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Bring your empties to the last bottle drive of the year. Thank you!!

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Charity Golf Event May 3

Posted by Claremont Lacrosse at Apr 28, 2024 9:12PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Hey ⛳️ Let’s tee off for a good cause! You’re invited to join us on Friday, May 3rd, for a charity golf tournament benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC). Tee off at 3:30 pm at the Olympic View Golf Course for a 9-hole shotgun start. We’d love to see you there!

Follow the link to sign up now

Claremont senior Ben Pawluk is organizing this event – let’s help him make it a success!


Here are the links and instructions for any new students who have an interest in applying to the Claremont Lacrosse Academy (CSI) for the school year Sept 2024.

Attached are the application forms – these are due March 1, 2024

Here is the link to our school site to have your child’s name placed on our school waitlist (this will expedite the process come application time)

The above link will be the same one used once application forms are loaded along with school application/registration for out-of-catchment students and course selection.

An information night will be held at the school Feb 22 starting at 5:00 p.m. That evening all documents will also be available in hard copy, brief presentations will be provided and there will be an opportunity to ask/answer any questions as well.

If there are any questions or scenarios that parents and/or students would like answered please email Darren Reisig at

The document CSI_Application_2024_2025_New.pdf was attached to this post.

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Claremont Gear/Swag

Posted by Claremont Lacrosse at Dec 11, 2023 10:47PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Parents – apologies for the delay in the original orders placed way back in Sept but…I thought I had lots to fill but there were more orders than I had extra stock for so …while I fill those original orders from Sept (no point in sending in a new order form/email unless more is wanted) I thought I’d put it all out for all the families that may want some Claremont gear

Rather than use an order form I took some pics and will do that way. This is not a fundraiser and I will charge the cost I pay for all items. For most of the pics I can/will order as needed – unfortunately they won’t be here in time for Xmas but I will place an order Fri and they will be here early in the new year

From the pics in the attached doc:

Hats – $20 (the pic with only 3 in it those are the last ones, for the pic with 6 I have approx 25 and easy to order more)

Toques (Red/Black) – $15

T’s $18 – red, grey, and Blue can get all. The white ones I only have an L and XL (unisex)

Hoodies (Russell – unisex) $40 – grey, black, red – can order all

UA Hoodies – ladies (grey or blk) $65 or 70

UA ¼ zip (blue) – only 1 small – $35

Adidas blue ¼ zip (I think $45ish)
Grey UA ¼ zip – $70

Golf shirts (UA blue only a few left – $60), Red/black – $60

Light blue heather UA golf shirt – $60 only 1 Med and 1 large left (can not get more)

Please pass orders along by this Fri – you can pay in the New Year when the product arrives. Email me at

thx – Darren

The document Claremont_Swag-Clothes.docx was attached to this post.


A huge congratulations to Claremont Coaches Darren Reisig and Scott Browning on being inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame Class of 2023!! This is a much-deserved recognition for both of them and all they have done for the game.

From the CLHOF website:

Honoured in the Player Category

Darren Reisig
Over the course of his storied career, Darren Reisig has contributed to the success of teams in Jr A, Sr A, and professional box lacrosse. In addition to these Darren has played in two World Championships with Team Canada in 1984 and in 1988.

Darren’s Championship events included the 1988 World Championships Silver medallists; 1988 Esquimalt Legion Minto Cup Champions; 1997,1999, 2003 Victoria Shamrocks Mann Cup Champions. Darren also was a member of 3 professional NLL teams (2002-2004 Vancouver Ravens; 2004-2006 San Jose Stealth; 2007 Portland Timbers).

Reisig’s individual honours span the entire breadth of his career including 1987 Esquimalt Legion Rookie of the Year; 1989 Esquimalt Legion Top Scorer; 1989 BCJALL First Team All-Star; 1995 WLA MVP; 1995 CLA Bill Ellison Trophy MVP (Playoffs); 2002 NLL All-Star; and in 2010 he was elected to the Victoria Shamrocks Hall of Fame.

Honoured in the Builder Category
Scott Browning

For more than fifty years, Scott Browning has dedicated himself to the sport of lacrosse and he epitomizes the popular expression “grow the game.” Browning has tirelessly given himself to the sport, at every level, from Minor to Junior A and World Field & Box Championships and in the local, provincial, national, and international lacrosse scenes.

Scott started his playing career with the Esquimalt Lacrosse Association at the tender age of 5. He excelled in the sport through his Minor lacrosse years, Junior A and Sr. A box careers. Although a talented box player, Browning found his true calling in the field version of the game. As a member of the Victoria Seaspray/Waxmen, Scott was a key member of eleven Canadian Field Champion teams and sixteen BC Provincial Champion teams and from 1989 to 1991, he represented Canada as a member of the National Field team, capturing the Silver Medal at the 1990 World Championships.

Late in his successful playing career, Browning turned his attention to administration and coaching in both box and field lacrosse; his coaching career has spanned more than thirty-five years (and counting) and has positively impacted well over a thousand athletes. He has been Head Coach of a number of BC Provincial Field teams and coached at the Junior A level (Assistant Coach, Victoria Junior Shamrocks) and Head Coach of the Intermediate A Shamrocks in box.

Among the many highlights of his coaching career are assignments from 1998 – 2000 as Head Coach of the Canadian National U19 Team with a World Championship Silver Medal performance and again, in 2012, as Assistant Coach Canadian National U19 Team, winning the World Championship Silver Medal.

Scott’s coaching style and mentorship has served as a positive role model for these athletes and has helped many of his players reach the top echelon of the sport. As a testament to this, more than 70 of Scott’s former players have progressed in their lacrosse careers to play in the NCAA, with many progressing to play professionally in the National Lacrosse League &/or the Premier Lacrosse League. Further, 5 former players have represented Canada in Men’s Field and/or Box Lacrosse.

In addition to his contributions as coach, he was a Contributing writer for CLA Field Technical Level 1 program and a Contributor to CLA Field Competitive Coach Development Program.

From 2013 to 2020 to Scott was the Head Coach of the Hong Kong Men’s Lacrosse Program, covering development programs for both players and coaches, and Representative Field and Box teams who competed at the World Championships (2014 and 2018 in Field and 2019 in Box) and the Hong Kong U19 Men’s Field Team that competed at the 2016 World Championship. During this time, Scott played a major role in the development and growth of lacrosse in Hong Kong and SE Asia as the Hong Kong field and box teams competed in a number of international tournaments including Australia, Germany, Czech Republic, Taiwan, and Thailand.

Photo from the Victoria Shamrocks