U-13 Snipers end regular season with weekend split

Developing that passion for lacrosse while learning the various skills as the Six Nations Snipers battle Peterborough in regular season action. ( Photo by Neil Becker )

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It’s safe to say that U-13 Six Nations Snipers player Sebastian Whitlow has rediscovered his strong passion for lacrosse. “I played when I was little,” Whitlow said. “I totally forgot about it and wanted to try out again and I love it.” When asked what his favourite part of lacrosse is Whitlow broke into a grin before replying, “That you get to lay people out with your stick.” Shortly after Six Nations wrapped up the regular season with a 6-3 loss against the Peterborough Timbermen, and placing second overall, assistant coach Miles General couldn’t say enough about his team. “Winter league is for the enhancement of the players. It’s more for development, and they have really improved,” General said. “The fact that they have added…

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