JUNIOR DIRECTOR: Larry Makortoff - email@example.com
HIGH RIVER HEAT HEAD COACH: Larry Makortoff - firstname.lastname@example.org
HIGH RIVER HEAT ASSISTANT COACH: Tom McKinstry
In addition to registering directly with an RMLL Franchise, Alberta players must also complete an RMLL Intent-to-Play. The RMLL Intent-To-Play does not apply to players on RMLL out-of-province teams.
As per the ALA, only RMLL players completing this Intent-to-Play will be allowed to go on the floor with an Alberta RMLL Franchise. (Call-ups from Minor Lacrosse do not complete the Intent-To-Play)
RMLL Intent-To-Play Link: http://rmll.rampregistrations.com
For more information go to https://rockymountainlax.com/intent-to-play/
All players intending to play this season MUST register with the RMLL and pay the ALA/RMLL fee ($61.46 including admin charges ). The player can then register with the High River Heat Team. Players cannot attend any floor times until such time as they have registered their intent to play with the RMLL and register with the High River Heat. Registration Fees - $640.00
JUNIOR PLAYERS: When players reach Junior, they move from "minor" lacrosse to "major" lacrosse.
PLAYER AGES:17 to 21 years old as of December 31 of the current playing season.
TEAMS: 20 teams divided into a North and South Conference.
North Central Division: Edmonton Warriors, Edmonton Wizards, Sherwood Park Titans, St. Albert Crude & Westlock Rock
North East Division: Wainwright Wolfpack, Vermilion Roar, Lloydminster Xtreme, Lakeland Heat, Sylvan Lake Yetti, & Red Deer Renegades.
South Central Division: Calgary Axemen, Calgary Sabrecats, High River Heat, Strathmore Venom, and Medicine Hat Sun Devils.
South West Division: Rockyview Rage, Calgary Wranglers, West Kootenay Timberwolves, Cranbrook Outlaws, and Olds Stingers.
Returning Jr. Players - When the player registers for the upcoming season, the player registers with the Tier II Club of the Team who the player was a Member of (on the roster) in the Season prior.
New Jr. Players Note - If a player, in the last year of Midget, was given a one-year release from their Minor Club to play in another Minor Club, then the playerâ€˜s rights for Junior are held by the Club GIVING the release.
If a player in the last year of Midget, was given a permanent release from their Minor Club to play in another Minor Club, then the playerâ€˜s rights for Junior are held by the last Minor Club the player played for.
Wheatland Area - Tier II teams have the rights to the players from their respective Minor Clubs. Tier II Free Agents are players where their respective Minor Club does not have a Tier II team.
GELC Area -Tier II Boundaries are as per the GELC Minor Club Boundaries for players from the Titans, Wizards, Warriors, and Rams. Players from Beaumont, the Blues, Rebels, Parkland, Leduc, and Westlock are Tier II Free Agents.
CALL Area -Tier II teas have the rights to the players from their respective Minor Clubs. Tier II Free Agents are players where their respective Minor Club does not have a Tier II team.
CDLA Area -Tier II Boundaries are as per the CDLA Minor Club Boundaries for players from Rockyview, Strathmore, Hornets, High River, Sabrecats, and Axemen. Players from Calgary Knights and Okotoks Raiders are Tier II Free Agents.
SALA Area -Tier II teams have the rights to the players from their respected Minor Clubs. Tier II Free Agents are players where their respective Minor Club does not have a Tier II team.
Players residing in areas not mentioned above at Tier II Free Agents and may register with the Tier II Club of their choice as long as they are not already on a Tier II team roster.
Out of Province Players - Must have an approved CLA Transfer before registering with an Alberta Club/Team.
If you have any questions, please contact the Tier II Commissioner - Darrel Knight email@example.com
Contact: registrar@highriverlacrosse to find out how!
JUNIOR PLAYERS ONLY: Please note that the Junior level MAY BE subject to tryouts.