News and Announcements
The Senior Spartan team swept the Space Needle Shootout with a perfect 6-0 record including a hard fought 8-5 win in the championship game against Mercer Island.
The Junior Spartans played well and ended with a 3-1 record but unfortunately missed out on the championship round on a tie-breaker.
Congrats to all players for representing Claremont well.
Congratulations to the following Claremont grads and current players who recently signed their university commitment letters to play lacrosse and attend school in the fall of 2019:
Ryan Sheridan – Hofstra University
Kyle Drouin – University of the District of Columbia
Nolan Dalep – Lewis University
Travis Pullan – Mt. Olive University
Will Powley – Queens (North Carolina)
Griffin Wilson – Yale
Skyler Wilson – Yale
Colin Jeffrey – University of Montevallo
Pictures of the players signing can be found here – https://bit.ly/2TTrVTA
List of players and pictures will continue to be updated throughout the year.
Please see below from Dr. Ben Stebbins who has been assisting with the lacrosse program this year.
My name is Ben Stebbins, I am a former CSI lacrosse player (grad 2008) and currently spending time working with your boys in the program. I know Darren had mentioned me but I wanted to take some time to introduce myself and tell you about who I am and what I do.
I graduated from the Claremont Lacrosse Academy in 2008 and am now a rehab and movement focused Chiropractor at Tall Tree Integrated Health center located at Mattick’s Farm.
Since going through the CSI lacrosse program I have been focused on health, fitness, and performance which led me to my career in Chiropractics. While completing my Doctorate in Chiropractics I also completed a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine, focusing on treating sports injuries, sports performance, and athlete injury management. This focus in my career made getting back involved with Claremont Lacrosse a natural fit.
My goal with Claremont is to be the first line of healthcare for the players, reduce their risk of injury, and help prepare them physically for the next step in their lacrosse careers. Twice a week I am with them answering questions, assessing injuries, or taking them through rehab and strength work if they are unable to play. This treatment and assessment on location is important but does not allow for as thorough of treatment as I can provide within the office setting. If I think they will need more hands-on care I recommend further evaluation with me at Tall Tree or with their current Sports Med Professional.
As a Chiropractor who focuses on sports performance, rehabilitation, and injury management patients who have previous experiences with more traditional Chiropractics are often surprised at the contact time, conditions I am able to treat, and the variety of treatment modalities I use.
All of this being said if you have any questions or concerns I am always open to having a conversation, so don’t be afraid to contact me!
I am sure many of you have already been down to the clinic, so please feel free to pop in and introduce yourself.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and for those, I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting I hope to in the near future.
Here is a link to my personal website to learn more about who I am and what I do: https://www.evolvenaturalhealth.com/ben-stebbins-dc-ms
And here is our Clinic’s Site: https://www.talltreehealth.ca
Happy Sunday to all – hope everyone had a chance to get warm and catch their breath after an awesome weekend of lacrosse for Claremont.
40 games in 26 hours of play and 13 games played by the Spartans with only one blemish is awesome. Hope all enjoyed that one weekend of play where all boys get to play at ‘home’ for the year.
Congratulations to our gr 12’s and their families for a fantastic evening Fri night for the school, the program, and all of you and your families. Glad to be a part of the celebration and proud of you all!! As a bonus the high level of play and victory made the night perfect!
Huge thanks to all for their help in making this tourney a success on and off the field – without parent help the many jobs that are needed to be done would be impossible for a successful tourney and well run tourney. Also very special to see alumni and alumni parents at the fields and also willing to help. For our 13th year I’d say it was a hit.
I’m probably gonna miss a few but….at the risk of that special thx to:
- Caroline Mace and Lindsay Pepper for the coordination and organization of volunteers
- Phil Ohl and Chelsea Giordano (staff) for their coordination an announcing of FNL
- Mike Verhagen, Glen Manns, Chris Sheridan, and the others (sorry, I know there is more) who took charge of setting up, taking down, and running fields during tourney
- Cheryl Brown (alumni parent) for her help with sponsorship and FNL
- Michelle Glanfield for the production of the program
- Rauvy Dalep for running website and communication
- Nate Chiasson for his help coordinating referees
Thx to all and apologies for any I may have missed.
PE for both on Mon and Wed
Lacrosse for both on Tues an Thur.
Fri Seattle travel teams depart on 9:00 am ferry (permission forms to come home tomorrow) and guys here will have strength training
Rosters and schedule for the weekend are now available on the site on the Spartan Shootout 2018 page
Most games are clear as to if they are team 1 or 2 but…to avoid confusion:
-Friday Night Lights (FNL) is for gr 12’s (parents please be at game no later than 7:30)
-there is a just gr 11 game prior to FNL
-the jr team playing Coq club Sat will be the jr guys heading to Seattle next weekend as a warm-up game
Will want ALL guys to be a part of the fun Friday night so will be expecting them to be in attendance.
Hope that when Caroline sends out volunteer schedule that all families get behind this – a tournament of this magnitude is too much for the coaches and just a few parents to run. NEED ALL families to help in some way.
Transport to and from games will be up to each family to arrange. We want the guys there ready to go a minimum of 30 min prior to their game. Will also be needing help from guys setting up and cleaning at start and end of each day.
Cross your fingers for good weather.
Looking forward to a great weekend of lacrosse with your sons – see you at the field(s).