Sam Laskaris – BEHIND THE ACTION – Bo BowHunter

Six Nations’ Bo BowHunter, in dark jersey, is playing with the Burnaby Lakers of the Western Lacrosse Association this season

By Sam Laskaris Writer Bo BowHunter is wishing his current lacrosse squad would be enjoying a bit more success. But the 23-year-old Six Nations member is still loving his decision to head west to showcase his skills in the British Columbia-based Western Lacrosse Association (WLA) this year. BowHunter had bounced around in 2022, suiting up for the Six Nations Rivermen at the Senior B level and also being called up at times to play for the Six Nations Chiefs, a Senior A side in Major Series Lacrosse. BowHunter then played his first pro season with the Halifax Thunderbirds of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). His father Curt Styres is the Thunderbirds’ owner and general manager. To best prepare for his sophomore NLL campaign, BowHunter was looking to play at the…

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