Oswego River Hawks to Debut this Summer

Article from the Oswego County County News

Pictured from left are Oswego High School varsity attackman Logan Crannell, Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow, River Hawks General Manager Dan Witmer, and Oswego High School varsity defender Kaiden Whiteside. Crannell and Whiteside are modeling the River Hawks’ home and away uniforms and helping the team with social media.

OSWEGO — With assistance from Mayor Billy Barlow and the city of Oswego, as well as a substantial grant from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation, the Oswego Lacrosse Foundation (OLF) will be sponsoring a men’s senior box lacrosse team that will play in the North American Box Lacrosse League this summer.

The city will be making Crisafulli Rink at Fort Ontario available for the River Hawks’ weekly practices and home games. Practices started the last week of April, and games should get underway by the middle of June.

“The city of Oswego is excited to partner with the Oswego River Hawks to bring more opportunities for Oswego youths to play lacrosse right here in our community. By providing a home to the River Hawks at Crisafulli Rink, we can support the team, ensure long-term success, and make playing lacrosse more accessible to Oswego residents,” said Barlow. LINK TO FULL STORY

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