Boys Youth Division


You miss 100 percent of the shots you never take. --Wayne Gretzky

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For those of you who do not know what lacrosse is and might be wondering what all the buzz and excitement is about, lacrosse is basically a mix of the best from soccer, hockey, basketball, and football. However, in lacrosse (a.k.a. lax) the ball is smaller and much harder, the sticks are long, the field is vast, and the play is BIG, fast, and fun (with lots of physical contact in the boys division).

Lax enthusiasts will tell you lacrosse is the best and fastest sport on two feet. They will tout it is the fastest growing sport in the world. Lacrosse is indeed attracting both boys and girls in droves who have an affinity for fast-moving competitive team sports.

Speed, agility, toughness, strategic quickness, coordination, endurance, courage, determination, physical fitness-- all derivatives of Lacrosse that is practiced and played hard and well. No wonder why lax players are proud, tough and hyper-enthusiastic about their sport.

For more about lacrosse, its history and how it is played watch this video:

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SLEEP!... It's critical.

Athletes need Sleep as much as they need Fuel (food) and Hydration!Adequate sleep is just as important to a young athlete's health as physical training and nutrition. With the help of parents and coaches, young athletes should be taught and embrace the importance of sleep so they can reach their full potential both on and off the field.
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Sport strips away personality, letting the white bone of character shine through. Sport gives players an opportunity to know and test themselves. ~Rita Mae Brown

Safety is enhanced with Knowledge and Preparation.

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Conditioning, Proper Nutrition, Sleep Wellness, Heat Preparedness, Hydration, Proper-Fitting Equipment, these are all important factors adding to health safety for athletes.

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HYDRATION should start
BEFORE practices and games begin!

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