Please review the latest COVID-19 Safety Protocols. This was developed in conjunction with guidance from ViaSport and the BC Lacrosse Association. It is focusedon the Castlergar & Distrcit Recreation Centre as all practices and home games are scheduled there.
The West Kootenay Timberwolves’ COVID-19 Safety plan was developed using the Safety Plan tool from viaSport that was adapted from WorkSafe BC to align with the sport sector.
The Timberwolves’ Safety Plan is based on the following documents:
For ease of reference, this Safety Plan follows the structure of the BCLA Return to Lacrosse Phase 3 Guidelines (“BCLA Return to Lacrosse Guidelines”). This Safety Plan is based on guidance current as of March 26, 2021. The plan will be amended as new information and guidance becomes available.
The Timberwolves program is for athletes 17 to 21 years old as of December 31 of the playing year. Our vision is to grow local talent and offer an opportunity for all athletes to enjoy lacrosse locally.
We recruit players new to the sport as well as minor lacrosse graduates. We want to offer a program that leads to long term participation in the sport at competitive or recreational levels.
More information on our team is available in the attached PDF.
Notice of Annual General Meeting and change to bylaws. Proposed changes to the West Kootenay Timberwolves bylaws and rationale can be found here.
Contact email@example.com for the link to the online meeting or check back here for login information.
Interested in playing for the West Kootenay Timberwolves? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We are looking for athletes between the ages of 17 and 21. Our playing season runs late April to early July.
We hope that you will consider sponsorship to help provide an affordable program to our committed, hardworking and passionate local athletes. Sponsorships will be used to help offset operating costs for the team, allowing all interested individuals an opportunity to play regardless of their financial situation.
Please contact Elaine Whitehead or Suzanne Bélanger at email@example.com if you require additional information on our sponsorship opportunities.
April 29, 2019
West Kootenay Timberwolves win season opener double header; look forward to home opener
Castlegar/Rossland, BC – The Timberwolves junior lacrosse team kicked off the 2019 season with a pair of wins against the Outlaws in Cranbrook this week-end.
Eric Reid scored the opening goal and contributed 5 goals on Saturday, with Dustin Perepolkin scoring the sudden death overtime goal 2 minutes into overtime. The Timberwolves defeated the Outlaws 9-8. Alex Forshaw opened the score with an early goal in Game 2 on Sunday. The Timberwolves kept the lead throughout the game and went on to win 8-7. Strong goaltending and special teams were key to the Timberwolves’ success this week-end.
The coaching staff was pleased with the results. Coach Kevon Floyd says “It was a fun opening week-end with two closely matched teams”. Head Coach Peter Youngblut says “After weeks of practice it was nice to finally hit the floor in Cranbrook and get this season going. The guys came out with lots of energy and managed to pull out the two victories. We are hoping to build off that success to provide our fans, sponsors and our community an exciting weekend of lacrosse with our home openers on May 11 and May 12.”
The Timberwolves will face the Medicine Hat Sundevils on Saturday May 11 at 2 pm and the Sylvan Lake Yetti on Sunday May 12 at 11 am. The Timberwolves are also hosting a game between the Sundevils and the Yetti on Saturday May 11 at 8:30 pm. All three games are at the Castlegar Complex and doors open one hour prior to faceoff time.
The Timberwolves are accepting new players born 1998-2002. Interested athletes can contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook, or on Instagram (timberwolveslax).
Saturday April 27, Memorial Arena (Cranbrook)
Final score: 9-8 (Timberwolves win)
Timberwolves goals: Alex Forshaw (1), Roman Kohl (1), Cody Lemay (1), Dustin Perepolkin (1), Eric Reid (5).
Sunday April 28, Memorial Arena (Cranbrook)
Final score: 8-7 (Timberwolves win)
Timberwolves goals: Alex Forshaw (3), Brian Martin (2), Dustin Perepolkin (1), Eric Reid (2).