Stealth Skills Camp Goes to the Okanagan

Just a few weeks before the 2016-2017 National Lacrosse League Training Camp opens up, members of the Vancouver Stealth went to the Okanagan to host a Skills Clinic.

President and General Manager Doug Locker, Brad Hock, players Jordan Durston, Brandon Clelland, Curtis Hodgson and Cody Teichroeb were all in attendance to teach the fundamentals of lacrosse. The first stop of the weekend was in Penticton where the Stealth met up with nearly 70 members of the Penticton Minor Lacrosse Association .


After the successful stop in Penticton, the group made their way up the 97-C to head to Armstrong.

After the trip to Penticton and Armstrong came to a close, the guys then made their way to Kamloops to check out some field lacrosse.

“Being able to be with the Stealth this past weekend in Penticton and Armstrong to help better and to grow the game was awesome! We had great numbers for all the groups in each town and I think the kids really enjoyed us being there,” said Jordan Durston. “Being there on Sunday afternoon to watch them put on the fastest shot competition was a lot of fun. I am looking forward to doing more of these camps in the future.”

(Video from Emanuel Sequeira – Sports Editor for the Penticton Western News )

If you would like more information on the Penticton trip, find the full article on Penticton Western News.

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