Larry Henry is in the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the 1968-1972 New Westminster Salmonbellies team that was inducted on 2004. On Nov. 9, he gets a solo plaque. The diminutive but high-powered forward won 4 Mann Cups and 1 Minto Cup with New Westminster and finished his 11-year senior career with 607 points (313-294). He didn’t start playing until age 14, but a brother who took an interest in the game was his influence. “I was fast,” he said with a laugh to the Delta-Optimist. “And when I wasn’t using my speed I used the other tricks in the trade to get myself open or to the net.” If the name sounds familiar, it’s for a good reason. His 2 nephews — Gord Henry Jr. and Steve — were standout players for the Delta Islanders and Gord’s son, Mike Henry, is current captain of the Islanders. Larry Henry joins a class of 11 people and 1 team for the Class of 2013, which will be inducted next month at a ceremony in Burnaby.