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Boys 

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

 

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

 

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

 

High School Boys Commitment and effort are expected by players to compete at this level. High school boys typically practice three days per week.  Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games can take place on both a weeknight or on Saturdays.  Games are 50 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

Girls 

Instructional Girls (1st grade-4th grade) practice once a week for 60 minutes.  There are no formal games, but we try to schedule a fun scrimmage for the players to put their skills to work.

 

Youth Girls (4th grade - 8th grade) practice approximately three times a week. Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games are generally on Saturday and 2 weekend tournaments are usually planned within the area.  Games are 40 minutes, not including halftime, time-outs, etc.

 

High School Girls Commitment and effort are expected by players to compete at this level. High school girls typically practice three days per week.  Practices are approximately 90 minutes.  Games can take place on both a weeknight or on Saturdays.  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 summer camps, 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.