ALL Three Stars Week Four: Postma, Martin, Brown

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Week four of the ALL season was a weird one as only two games were played due to inclement weather. The games that were cancelled will be made up at a later date. Of the games that were played there was some great lacrosse on display as we saw a blowout and a very tight contest. As always there were some great indivisual performances this past weekend as well. Here are the ALL Three Stars of week four. 

First Star

Sam Postma F, Toronto

On Saturday the Toronto Monarchs took a 17-18 loss against the Oshawa Outlaws. Despite the loss for Toronto forward Sam Postma played pretty well. Postma led his team with 9 points (3G,6A) in the loss. 

Second Star

Ian Martin, F, Six Nations

As the Six Nations Snipers downed the Whitby Steelhawks 18-7 on Saturday night Ian Martin led the way for the Snipers. Martin finished the game with 7 points (3G,4A) to help lead his team to their second victory of the season.

Third Star

Tyler Brown, F, Six Nations

Brown was another leader in the Six Nations Snipers 18-7 win over the Whitby Steelhawks on Saturday night. Brown ended up tallying 5 points (3G,2A) in the win for Six Nations. 

ALL Three Stars Week Three: St. John, Milligan, Dance Lead Their Teams Over The Weekend

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In week three we saw the St. Catherines Shockwave and Peterborough Timberman stay perfect as they both moved to 4-0 records. With four games through two days there was a lot of great lacrosse played this weekend. Here are you ALL three stars from week three. 

First Star

John St. John, F, Oshawa Outlaws

The Oshawa Outlaws went 0-2 this weekend as they lost to the Peterborough Timbermen on Saturday and the Six Nations Snipers on Sunday. In Oshawa’s Sunday 14-21 loss against the Peterborough Timbermen John St. John led the way with 10 points (4G/6A). 

Second Star

Cam Milligan, F, Whitby Steelhawks

The Whitby Steelhawks lost to the St. Catherines Shockwave by a score of 14-9. Four of those nine goals for Whitby came from Cam Milligan who tallied 8 points (4G/4A). That means Milligan was a part of every Whitby goal except for one. 

Third Star

Jordan Dance, F Toronto Monarchs 

The Toronto Monarchs defeated the Paris RiverWolves by a score of 13-5 on Saturday. In the win Jordan Dance led the way for Toronto as he was able to put up a total of 7 points (3G/4A) in the win. 

ALL Three Stars Week Two: Vradenburg, Laszkiewicz, Neufeld Highlight Week Two

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In week two of the ALL we saw four games across two days this weekend. Here are you three stars after the action from week two. 

First Star

Mark Vradenburg, F, Peterborough Timbermen

Vradenburg makes this list for the second time of the season in as many weeks. The forward helped lead the Peterborough Timbermen to a 19-15 victory over the Toronto Monarchs on Saturday. In the win Vradenburg tallied 9 points (4G,5A) to help lead the Timbermen to their second victory of the year.

Second Star

Luke Laszkiewicz, F, Oshawa Outlaws

Despite a two goal loss to the Whitby Steelhawks the forward Laszkiewicz was a leader for the Oshawa Outlaws. Now a three year veteran, Laszkiewicz tallied 6 points (5G,1A) in his first game with Oshawa. 

Third Star

Bryan Neufeld, F, St. Catherines Shockwave

Though the Shockwave had two games this weekend Neufeld only appeared in one. The forward would help lead his team to a 20-10 victory over the Paris RiverWolves on Saturday. Neufeld tallied 8 points (4G,4A) in the win.

Honorable Mentions

Tim Bergin (R,Peterborough Timbermen) notched up 9 points (2G,7A) in Peterborough’s 19-15 win over the Toronto Monarchs.

Mike Burke (F,Paris RiverWolves) had 7 points (3G,4A) as the RiverWolves lost 20-10 to the St. Catherines Shockwave on Saturday.

Brendan Muise (R, Toronto Monarchs) was able to put up 7 points (1G,6A) despite losing 19-15 against the Peterborough Timbermen. 


1. St. Catherines Shockwave (2-0)

2. Peterborough Timbermen (3-0)

3. Oshawa Outlaws (1-1)

4. Toronto Monarchs (1-1)

5. Paris RiverWolves (1-1)

6. Whitby Steelhawks (0-2)

7. Six Nations Snipers (0-3)