(Register during January to receive an early registration discount)
Can we interest you in Coaching? We are looking for Coaches who want to learn and teach this exciting game, especially at the younger levels, K-4th. You can be new to the sport. If you played, get out there! Especially you Mom!
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Parent Meeting to be held Saturday February 23rd at the Recreation Center:30 Calais Rd (next to the library).
Meet your coaches
Hear important information about the upcoming season
Purchase your practice pinnie (1st-8th) and skort (2nd-8th) if needed
Kindergarten Little Stix – This program is a GREAT introduction to Lacrosse for your young athlete. We provide the stick and ball and your player just needs to show up and have fun. We work on the very early basics of scooping, throwing, and catching in a fun environment of games and contests to keep your athlete engaged. Little Stix meets for 5 Sunday afternoons in April and May.
1st grade – In Lacrosse, 1st graders are ready to compete! We work on the basics of scooping, throwing, and catching and introduce game play on an intramural level, with combined 1st and 2nd grade games. These games are 5v5 or 7v7 format on modified fields, no goalies. This level starts with indoor practice in March on Sundays and progresses to two contacts per week in April and May, including practices and games. 1st grade is a great time to start lacrosse! Players need a girls lacrosse stick, eye protection, a mouth guard, and cleats are recommended.
2nd grade - 2nd grade Lacrosse players are ready to meet some outside competition! In addition to ongoing skill development and the introduction of game concepts, 2nd grade lacrosse players travel to and host games with other towns. These games are 7v7 format without goalies and increase the level of competition. 2nd graders begin indoor practices in March and progress to two contacts per week in April and May, with practices and games. 2ndgrade is a great time to start lacrosse! Players need a girls lacrosse stick, eye protection, a mouth guard (not clear or white), and cleats.
3rd & 4th Grade 3/4 – 3/4 Lacrosse is made up of combined 3rd and 4th grade teams. We continue to sharpen skills and develop the basic understanding of game concepts for attack, defense, and transition. The 3/4 level functions like a travel team playing other towns from our conference. These teams play on modified fields, 7v7, plus goalies. 3/4 will have both indoor and outdoor practices in March and progress to three contacts per week in April and May, with practices and games. These teams finish with a tournament in early June. New players welcome! We will get you caught up. Players need a girls lacrosse stick, eye protection, a mouth guard (not clear or white), cleats, and US Lacrosse Youth Membership (https://www.uslacrosse.org/membership).
5th & 6th Grade (5/6) – 5/6 Lacrosse is a fun progression in the game as the players move to a full field and play 12v12 with goalies. In addition, modified checking is part of this level of play and sticks can be checked below the shoulders. The players really like checking! We continue to push the sharpening of skills and add in more challenging game concepts such as helping on defense, motion attack, and defending in transition. These players begin outside in March three times a week and continue with practices and games until early June. These teams play in two tournaments during the season, in May and June. New players welcome! Players need a girls lacrosse stick, eye protection, a mouth guard (not clear or white), cleats, and US Lacrosse Youth Membership (https://www.uslacrosse.org/membership).
7th & 8th Grade (7/8) – 7/8 Lacrosse is our fastest and most competitive level of play. These teams have attained the basic skills and can focus on more challenging game concepts, such as help defense, motion attack, and defending in transition. Attack plays are a fun addition at this level as well as full checking. 7/8 plays on full fields, 12v12, with goalies. 7/8 begins practicing outside in March and continues through early June three times a week, with practices and games. These teams will play in two tournaments, in May and June. New players welcome! 7/8 will have two rating sessions in March for team placement. Players need a girls lacrosse stick, eye protection, a mouth guard (not clear or white), cleats, and US Lacrosse Youth Membership (https://www.uslacrosse.org/membership).
7th & 8th Grade 7/8 Select – The 7/8 Select team is a supplemental playing opportunity to the full 7/8 season. These players will have additional Select games and practice time, and play with full checking. In addition to 7/8 ratings, interested players attend a separate tryout in March for the Select team. An additional fee applies for Select team participation.