Important lacrosse season dates:
January, 2018: Early registration opens.
Saturday February 4, 2018: Early registration ends and a $10 late fee will be added.
Saturday February 24, 2018: Boys rental equipment handout and in-person player fee payment collection day.
Date TBD: Girlss Grades 1st – 8th Evaluation Clinic at Crown.
Weekend of March 10 - 11, 2018: Teams announced on website.
Monday March 19, 2018: Boys first team practice (Grades 1-8).
Tuesday March 20, 2018: Girls first team practice (Grades 1-8).
March 23 - 24, 2018: First games (Full season schedule TBD).
March 31, 2018: Easter Weekend, no games.
Date TBD: First practice for the Girls and Boys Starters Division (PreK-K Grades).
May 18 - 19, 2018: Last games. (Rental equipment and uniform return after last game).
Girls In-house Youth Lacrosse Divisions:
STARTERS 6U Division (Grades Pre-school to K): This is a fun, instructional, non-competitive, skill oriented division with no weekend commitment. The Starters division is designed to introduce very young children to the game. They will practice in a clinic format and we introduce the basic skills of catching, throwing, shooting, cradling and scooping. The girls are not required to wear protective goggles and therefore we use soft/tennis balls instead of real lacrosse balls. We also use smaller 4'x4' goals. This division does not start until mid-April, when the weather gets warmer, and ends prior to Memorial Day weekend. Currently our plan is to have the Starters division clinic practices on Tuesday and Thursday 6pm -7pm.
The girls player fee for the Starters Division is $50.
The following divisions have separate teams and play games. The season begins in Mid-March and finishes in Late-May before Memorial Day weekend. The season starts with an instructional clinic where players are evaluated by the coaching staff for each division. The player evaluations are then used to assign players to in-house recreation teams with goal of creating balanced teams and therefore fun and competitive games. Our in-house recreational teams will consist of a mix of players of all experience and skill level. Teams will be announced on our website in early March prior to the first week of practice.
US Lacrosse Girls Youth Divisions (Divisional structure may be modified based on number of registered players)
8U Division (Typically Grades 1st - 2nd - Small sided games on modified size fields)
10U Division (Typically Grades 3rd - 4th)
12U Division (Typically Grades 5th - 6th)
14U Division (Typically Grades 7th - 8th)
The girls player fee for the 8U, 10U, 12U and 14U Divisions is $100 per player.
*We do not accept registration of 9th graders for our youth lacrosse program. We also reserve the right to adjust the divisions based on participation.
All games and practices for the Falcon recreational in-house league are held at our complex. No travel is required to participate.
Game and Practice Schedule: Girls teams typically practice twice a week in the evenings (Tuesday and Thursday) with in-house games on Friday evenings and Saturdays starting in the mid-afternoon. Some games may be played during the week on occasion.
Game apparel: New custom uniforms this year. All players will be issued a game reversible and shorts that will be turned back in at season's end. Any damaged or missing game reversible or shorts will be billed at $35 each. We are no longer handing out practice reversibles or giving away the practice/game shorts. Practice reversibles will be provided to each coach for use with their team as needed and collected back at the end of the season.
Each player is responsible for their own stick goggles.
For any actively participating in-house player interested in additional lacrosse please see the information regarding our ESYLA Lacrosse Program.
The purpose of the Program is to provide the Players with an understanding of the fundamental skills required to play the game of lacrosse. The Program shall promote an atmosphere of learning, enjoyment and good sportsmanship. The safety of the Falcon Lacrosse Players and Opposing Players shall always be held in the utmost regard. Opposing coaches, players, parents, spectators and especially officials shall be treated with respect and dignity at all times. All Coaches, Player and Parents associated with the Program shall conduct themselves in a manner that reflects positively on the Program.
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