Our History

The Surrey Rebels Junior B Lacrosse Club joined the West Coast Junior Lacrosse League in 2006.  The first season saw Rebels with only a handful of players that played an outstanding season but because of the low numbers the team finished in the lower end of the stats.  The second season saw a marked improvement with the team finishing in the middle of the division standings.  By the fourth season, the Surrey Rebels became a top contender in the WCJLL, finishing in fourth place.  Since the beginning, Rebels' team management and coaching staff have worked closely with Surrey Lacrosse Association to ensure that Minor players are able to continue to play the great game of Lacrosse in our community on into their adult years.  We strive to have highly competitive teams at our Junior level to give our young Rebels teams to cheer for and to want to play for one day.

To access our Team Archives, click on the season below:


Intermediate Rebels

Prior to the 2018 season, 16-18 year-old players played in the BC Intermediate Lacrosse League A or B Divisions, with 18-21 year-olds either playing in the BC Junior A Lacrosse League or the West Coast Junior Lacrosse League (Junior B).  The Surrey Rebels competed in the BCILL B Division from 2007 to 2014, with teams making the playoffs in its first three seasons and in 5 of 8 seasons overall and Rebels players named to the league All Star Team three times (Jeff Geyer - 2008, Brad Olson - 2009, Mikey Lemond - 2014) and boasting one league MVP (Brad Olson - 2009).  The team suspended operations to to lack of players in 2015, and in 2018 the BC Lacrosse Association voted to merge the Intermediate program with the Junior program to match the rest of the country, with the former Intermediate A teams now "Junior B Tier 1" the former Junior B teams now "Junior B Tier 2" and the former Intermediate teams now "Junior B Tier 3".

To access the Intermediate Rebels Team Archives, click on a season below: