The mission of the Monterey Tribe Lacrosse Club is to promote and develop Lacrosse in Monterey County from the Youth to Adults. We strive to develop players and coaches with passion and respect for the exciting game of Lacrosse.
While the 2015 Spring Season has ended, your Board of Directors are still hard at work planning for the 2016 Season. Please take a few minutes to give us your feedback by taking the EOY 2015 Survey. Thank You!
Monterey Tribe Lacrosse 2015
Monterey Tribe Lacrosse 2015
Provided by: Joaquin R. Sanchez and the Film Crew
Thank you to all the parents, players and supporters of Monterey Tribe Lacrosse Club. Our first ever club wide Fundraiser & Awards Party was a great success and it seemed everyone had a great time. If you get the chance, please thank Lynn Cingari and the Party Committee for many, many weeks of preparations and hard work to pull off this event.
We hope all have a great Summer and hope to see you back next season!
Special thanks for all those donating to this fundraiser, including:
Monterey Hearld * Monterey Bay Aquarium * Cibos Restaurant * Rancho San Clemente * Tennis Lessons by Greg Anderson * Potting Bench build by Amy McNab * Cold Stone Creamery * Coleman Chiropractic * Carmel Reality * Happy Dragon * Central Coast Brankruptacy * Glace Cryotheraphy * Fish Hopper * Taste Bistro * Central Valley Dermatology * James Leamey * Cassidy Orthodontics * First City Crossfit * Nike Lacrosse Camp * Braveheart Camp * Central Coast Fly Fishing * Greg Dows Ultimate Fitness Center
The Monterey Tribe Lacrosse Club is honored to rally together in support of one of our most dedicated lacrosse families.
The Lukaskos, a family of five from the Toro Park area of Salinas, are "all in" when it comes to Tribe lacrosse. John and Kori are Salinas natives who fully support all three of their lax-obsessed kids. At 13, Ben is the oldest, and can boast a hat trick last weekend in the u13 win against Santa Cruz. Cami, 10, recently scored 5 goals in the u11 girl’s game against Saratoga. And Charlie, the youngest at just 7, is also a powerhouse, scoring 4 goals in the u9 white's first game of the season.
In February of this year, John, at just 38 years old, was diagnosed with colon cancer. He had successful surgery within weeks of this diagnosis and is now undergoing several months of regular chemotherapy.
The great news is that John is a strong and optimistic fighter who is approaching this battle with exactly the right attitude and tons of love and support from the people around him.
The Monterey Tribe Lacrosse Club would like to express our solidarity with John and the whole Lukasko family by wearing blue colon cancer awareness ribbons on our Tribe uniforms for the duration of the 2015 season. The Tribe board has purchased the ribbons for each player, with proceeds going to research for a cure. In addition, the Tribe will have extra ribbons available for purchase this weekend at the Surf City Tournament and at the U11 girl’s games in Saratoga.
Our TRIBE is honored to come together as an organization in support of this wonderful father, husband, and community member, as well as in support of his amazing family!
Please congratulate our Tribe player, Eric Moseley.
At the Pop Warner Regional Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 14, Eric Moseley was awarded the Commissioners Honor Society Plaque. The award is for both academic excellence and service to the community. He was one of 10 participants to receive the award for the Pacific Northwest Region, out of over 75,000 participants in the region as a whole. Additionally, there were only 47 plaques handed out nationwide.
Please congratulate our Tribe players for being recognized by Peninsula Pop Warner Football based on their scholastic achievements!
Dakota Mornhinweg - 1st Team award
Eric Moseley - 1st Team award
Anton Strasser - 2nd Extended Hall of Fame & 2nd Team awards
Our Tribe players were elected as members of the 2014 All Conference Scholastic Team, competing against over 7,500 participants from Gonzales, Hollister and Marina (south) to San Francisco and Southern Marin (north) and from Santa Cruz, Half Moon Bay and Pacifica (west) to Brentwood/Oakley (east).