Calgary Jr. B Mountaineers

The Calgary Mountaineers are a box lacrosse organization based out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The organization represents teams at three levels of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League: a Senior B squad, along with a Junior A team and a Junior B team.

Calgary Jr. B Mountaineers
Founded1990s
LeagueRocky Mountain Lacrosse League
Based inCalgary, Alberta
ColoursBlack, Silver, Maroon/Blue and White
Head coachWayne Sutherland
Championships2000, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 RMLL & 2009 Founders Cup
WebsiteJr B Mountaineers

HistoryEdit

The Junior B Mountaineers were created in the late 1990s, and have won the Alberta Provincial Championship in 2000, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.[1]

In the 2009 season, the Mounties finished the regular season first overall in Alberta with a nearly unfettered record of 19-1.[2] On August 22, 2009, the Junior B Mountaineers doing what only two non-Ontarian teams have done before upset the OLA Junior B Lacrosse League's Clarington Green Gaels 8-4 to win Alberta's first Founders Cup since 1999, [3] finishing the season with an overall record of 29-3.

Founders CupEdit

CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Year Round Robin Record
W-L-T
Standing Quarter-final Semifinal Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2000
Bowmanville, ON
L, Iroquois Nation 4-19 3-2-0 ? L, Clarington Green Gaels ?-? L, Elora Mohawks ?-?
2004
Elora, ON
L, Delta Islanders 6-7
W, Saskatoon Smash 22-4
W, Sherbrooke Extreme 18-1
L, Elora Mohawks 4-11
2-2-0 3rd of 5
Black Division
N/A W, Iroquois Nation 14-8
(Tier II Semifinal)
W, Manitoba Buffalo 7-4
(Tier II Final)
N/A
2007
Kamloops, BC
L, Iroquois Nation 9-12
OTW, Calgary Shamrocks 6-5
W, Saskatoon SWAT 8-2
L, Coquitlam Adanacs 4-6
2-2-0 3rd of 5
Pool B
W, Kamloops Venom 11-4 L, Coquitlam Adanacs 3-7 L, Calgary Shamrocks 5-6 N/A
2008
Guelph, ON
W, Calgary Chill 16-3
W, Port Coquitlam Saints 9-4
W, Longueuil Patriotes 10-5
L, Six Nations Rebels 3-9
W, Saskatoon SWAT 8-4
4-1-0 2nd of 6
Pool B
L, Iroquois Nation 4-9 N/A N/A N/A
2009
Edmonton, AB
W, Red Deer Rampage 14-4
W, Winnipeg Gryphons 21-6
L, Clarington Green Gaels 6-10
W, Saskatchewan SWAT 10-2
3-1-0 1st of 4
Pool A
N/A W, Red Deer Rampage 8-5 N/A W, Clarington Green Gaels 8-4
CHAMPIONS
2010
Etobicoke, ON
W, Moncton Mavericks 22-1
W, Saskatchewan SWAT 13-4
L, Halton Hills Bulldogs 3-7
W, Winnipeg Gryphons 16-4
W, Onondaga Jr. Redhawks 16-9
4-1-0 2nd of 6
Barb Cormier Division
W, Edmonton Warriors 7-3 L, Mimico Mountaineers 5-8 L, Kamloops Venom 3-8 N/A
2011
Saskatoon, SK
L, Six Nations Rebels 11-14
W, Saskatchewan Selects 21-4
W, Saskatchewan SWAT 11-10
W, Winnipeg Gryphons 12-7
W, Montreal Phoenix 14-0
4-1-0 2nd of 6 N/A N/A N/A L, Six Nations Rebels 11-14
2012
Hagersville, ON
W, Team Nova Scotia 10-8
W, Kamloops Venom 14-4
W, Manitoba Gryphons 16-8
T, Six Nations Rebels 6-6
3-0-1 Tied-1st of 5
Group B
N/A L, Akwesasne Indians 8-11 W, Onondaga Jr. Redhawks 17-11 N/A
2013
Winnipeg, MB
L, Six Nations Rebels 7-16
W, Manitoba Selects 19-11
W, Team Nova Scotia 12-7
2-1-0 2nd of 4
Pool B
W, Saskatoon SWAT 20-2 W, Team Nova Scotia 15-10 N/A L, Six Nations Rebels 12-17

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