Edward Howe, also known as Ted, played senior and professional level lacrosse for 25 years, retiring on his 45th birthday, after the 1975 season. Howe played Junior Lacrosse for 3 years, and was the runner up in the National Finals twice, then finally wont he Minto Cup Championships. In 1953 he was a Mann Cup Finalist with the St. Catharines Athletics, and in 1971 he was a Mann Cup Winner with the Brantford Seniors. Professionally Ted played lacrosse with the Toronto Maple Leafs, St. Catharines Golden Hawks, and the Rochester Golden Griffins in two early professional lacrosse leagues. In 1975 Ted was part of the National Champions when he played with Rochester in the National Professional Lacrosse League. Ted now has two nephews who play in the National Professional lacrosse League, and his two sons play in the Merritton Masters League, in addition to four of his grandchildren who are playing on the local minor league teams, carrying on the family tradition that started with Ted.
- Brantford Seniors Lacrosse Player
- Maple Leafs, Golden Hawks, and the Rochester Golden Griffins Player
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
- St. Catharines Sports Hall of Fame, 1997