Bill "Whitey" Frick has done it all in his lengthy lacrosse career.
As a player in the late '30's and early '40's he was a member of a Minto Cup and two Mann Cup teams, but it was after his playiung days ended that his real involvement in the game began.
He has coached minor lacrosse in St. Catherines's and refereed at every level, including Minto Cup, President's Cup, Mann Cup and professional lacrosse during the 1960's and '70s. In addition, he acted as a score keeper, time keeper and fundraiser for both Minor and Junior lacrosse in St. Catherines and was rewared for his efforts with the Mayor's Award of Merit in 1992 and inducted into the St, Cahterine's Museum Sports Hall of Fame in 994.
He has been involved in lacrosse for over fifty years and is still an active member of the St. Catherines Lacrosse Old Boys Association.