Joseph LaForme thrilled to get World Junior Championship Lacrosse Bronze

The World Junior lacrosse Championships was a proud moment for Team USA player Joseph LaForme and his brother Josiah LaForme (goalie coach) as they celebrated a bronze medal finish. It was there second straight bronze medal. ( Submitted Photo)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer MISSISSAUGA – The excitement of slipping on the USA jersey and participating in the World Junior Lacrosse Championships never gets old for Joseph LaForme. LaForme, who lives on Cattaraugus Reserve, but lived in Six Nations for four or five years, was from August 6-11th at Mississauga’s Paramount Fine Food Centre where he helped team USA win what was their second straight World Junior lacrosse Championship bronze medal. “It obviously feels good to medal at the games,” LaForme said. “It’s good to get something. It’s not the colour you want but it feels good. It’s such an honor to play with this team.” What also makes winning bronze so much extra special for LaForme is that he won with his brother Josiah LaForme who served as…

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