Long-time Orillia Lady Kings coach Terry Bullen was recently recognized by Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse (OWFL).
There’s only one word to describe Orillia’s dramatic loss at this weekend’s Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse provincial championship: heartbreaking.
Orillia was the centre of the universe for Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse on the weekend as the West Orillia Sports Complex became the headquarters for league action on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, 13 teams competed in the U15 age group - six in the A division (including the Orillia Lady Kings) and seven in the B division. On Sunday, team
In the golden glow of an undefeated season that was capped by a provincial championship, expectations were sky high for the Orillia Parry Automotive Lady Kings U19 team as it entered this year's Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse (OWFL) season.
In an intense battle that could be a preview of the provincial championship, the Parry Automotive Orillia Lady Kings U19 squad eked out a nail-biting 8-7 decision over the Oshawa Lady Blue Knights in a spirited Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse (OWFL) contest Monday night.
The Jim Wilson bantam Kings lacrosse team won its division at the Boyd Balkwill tournament in Orillia recently.
Another promising season ended in deep disappointment for the Orillia Kings on the weekend as they were swept out of the playoffs by Akwesasne.
Orillia's Kassidy Morris is the lone Canadian selected to participate in the upcoming Under Armour 150, a recruiting event in Baltimore that will showcase the 150 top girls lacrosse athletes who will graduate high school in 2020 and 2021.
The Orillia Experience Nissan Kings entered this weekend in the driver's seat with a chance to score a pair of home-floor victories and seize an early stranglehold in their first-round playoff series against the Akwesasne Indians.
In the span of a few months, heartbreak has turned to happiness for Quintin Bullen, who learned this week she has been chosen to play for Team Canada at the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup next month in Guildford, England.
On paper, it looks like a David vs. Goliath matchup. The Orillia Experience Nissan Kings, who stumbled and sputtered down the stretch en route to compiling a 9-10-1 regular season record, will clash with the powerhouse Akwesasne Indians, who rolled to a 15-5 record, in the first round of the Ontario Lacrosse Association Jr. B playoffs.
It took a dramatic last-second goal in overtime and some help from another team, but, for the second straight year, Orillia's Experience Nissan Kings have qualified for the post-season.
Despite missing Quintin Bullen, their captain and one of the best girls’ field lacrosse players in the province, the Parry Automotive U19A Orillia Lady Kings went undefeated on the weekend at The Girls of Summer Classic tournament in Syracuse, N.Y.
Three straight losses away from home have put a playoff berth in peril for the road-weary Orillia Experience Nissan Kings.
Another slow start mixed with penalty troubles proved to be a deadly combination as Orillia's Experience Nissan Kings were dumped 10-6 by the host Halton Hills Bulldogs Thursday night.
Orillia's Experience Nissan Kings bounced back from a tough loss Saturday night when they rolled to an explosive 17-6 win over Nepean in a Sunday afternoon Ontario Lacrosse Association Jr. B contest at Rotary Place.
The red-hot Orillia Experience Nissan Kings were sizzling Thursday night when they crushed the host Newmarket Saints 15-3 at the Ray Twinney Recreation Complex.
Goliath, meet David. Over the weekend, Orillia’s Experience Nissan Kings played the role of giant slayers, knocking off two of the top teams in the Ontario Lacrosse Association’s Jr. B ranks to solidify themselves as contenders.
It was a game in which the final score was an afterthought. But that doesn’t mean the game at the West Orillia Sports Complex was unimportant.