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Boys 

8U and 10U youth boys teams practice approximately twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays). Practices are approximately 75-90 minutes.  Games are generally on Saturday and 2 weekend tournaments are usually planned within the conference.  Games are 32 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

 

12U youth boys teams practice approximately two to three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday).  Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games are generally on Saturday and 2 weekend tournaments are usually planned within the conference.  Games are 40 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

 

14U youth boys teams practice approximately three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday).  Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games are generally on Saturday and 2 weekend tournaments are usually planned within the conference.  Games are 40 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

 

High School Boys

Commitment and effort by the older players is expected to compete at this this level. Both high school boys teams practice 3 days per week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday).  Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games can take place on both a week night or a Saturday.  Games are 50 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

Girls 

Instructional Girls practice once a week for 60 minutes.  There are no games, but we try to schedule a fun scrimmage for the players to put their skills to work.

 

Youth Girls practice approximately three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday). Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games are generally on Saturday and 2 weekend tournaments are usually planned within the conference.  Games are 40 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

High School Girls

Commitment and effort by the older players are expected to compete at this level. The high school girls teams practice 3 days per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday).  Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games can take place on both a week night or a Saturday.  Games are 50 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

 

Off Season

Many opportunities exist to further develop lacrosse skills in the off season. Examples include fall and winter clinics, dry-land conditioning and participation with other conference and regional-level travel teams. Running and developing stick skills are very helpful.