Niagara Gazette —
”There are very few (native) people who don’t play lacrosse,” said Bissell, who with Emmett Printup plays on a Box Lacrosse league under the lights at Smokin Joe’s snow park at the foot of Main Street, and which is (as of press time) in the final rounds of playoffs. The games are open to the public for $10 a ticket, and given the antics of the young players in “Crooked Arrows,” could surely provide some great lacrosse drama.
While the movie is no longer playing in the area, many scenes from the movie and the filmmaking are online at and the movie is sure to hit television screens soon where, most likely, like the Bad News Bears franchises and so many other beloved sports movies, it will be enjoyed for many years to come and its message “dream big,” will reach the hearts and minds of young young fans for many years to come.
For more information visit www.crookedarrows.com.
Contact features editor Michele DeLuca at 282-2311, ext. 2263. Jason Murphy contributed to this report.