Flamethrowers - Guardians of the Game

A Lacrosse Story

Flamethrowers - Guardians of the Game

The first team sport was given to the First Nations by the Creator. The first players called it “The Creator's Game”.Flamethrowers, guardians of the game, were given special sticks by the Creator to teach and watch over the sport. But there was a betrayal, a Nation lost, and the Creator removed the Flamethrowers from the earth. But they left something behind…Kenny lives in a mining town located on the iron Range in Minnesota. His entire family plays hockey. Only one problem for Kenny, he hates hockey. Then fate finds Kenny in a cave where he discovers a stone box containing a special stick. Kenny seeks out a storyteller to find out the origin of the stick. Join Kenny as he searches for the story and discovers a dark side that he must face.

Lacrosse and Its Greatest Players

Lacrosse and Its Greatest Players

The oldest organized sport in North America, lacrosse was first played by the Six Nations of the Iroquois and later adopted by European settlers in the nineteenth century. The game has evolved into a thrilling, fast-paced field sport enjoyed by players of all ages. In addition to the thousands of youth and college teams, professional leagues in the United States and Canada have raised the level of competition. Readers will discover the rules and levels of play and be introduced to some of the most accomplished lacrosse players of the past and present.