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  • X10lacrosse

    X10 Lacrosse Partners with Laxin4Tony

    X10 Lacrosse – the Bocklet family has joined the Laxin4Tony team. X10 Lacrosse Camps is the coolest niche lacrosse camps out there. Now in it’s 6th year, X10 Lacrosse camps is a sleep-away and day camp experience where boys and girls get the benefit of top-tier instruction, leadership skills, and outdoor activity.

  • MillerLax

    Miller Lacrosse Partners with Laxin4Tony

    Miller Lacrosse, a premier lacrosse organization that focuses on boys and girls grades 1st-8th has partnered with Laxin4Tony.  “We’re excited to partner with Laxin4Tony and the great cause it helps.” says Brady Miller, Owner/Director of Miller Lacrosse.

  • Harvey

    The Harvey School Hosts Laxin4Tony

    November 1, 2014 (Katonah, New York) – The Harvey School, located in Katonah, New York, has partnered with Laxin4Tony, a lacrosse jamboree benefiting Tony Ciccone who is paralyzed from a lacrosse related injury, to host team play starting in May 2014.

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  • TrilogyLacrosse

    Trilogy Lacrosse Continues As Premier Sponsor

    We are excited that Trilogy Lacrosse, headquarters in NYC, will continue as a Premier Sponsor and the exclusive educational partner of the Laxin4Tony Jamboree held on June 8 – 9, 2013 at the Fox Lane High School Campus in Bedford, New York.  Trilogy Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing youth lacrosse programs in the United States with an established reputation as The Leader in Lacrosse Education.  Staff to attend Laxin4Tony Jamboree include 3x Team USA member and MLL star Ryan Boyle (Princeton ’04) and NLL & MLL star Mitch Belisle (Cornell ’07).

  • Tonyblogpic

    Youth Lacrosse Group Holds Benefit Tournament for Fox Lane Player

    Chappaqua-Mount Kisco Patch – Story and Photo by Stu Bayer. May 23, 2011 – Bedford, New York. Youth lacrosse tournament raises funds for paralyzed former Fox Lane High School player.  “I didn’t know what to expect but this is pretty cool” said Tony Ciccone, as he watched a youth lacrosse game at Fox Lane High School. Ciccone, who was was paralyzed while playing for Fox Lane 10 years ago, made a return Sunday for the event in his honor.

"You gave us your hand and held on tight. By doing this you’ve showed us a light. Tony’s life is what it is, but you all have certainly made it very bright..."