considered to be America's first
sport, was born of the
North American Indian,
christened by the French, and
adapted and raised by the
Canadians. Modern lacrosse has
been wooed by athletes and
enthusiasts of the United States
and the British Commonwealth for
over a century.
Lacrosse is considered one of
the fastest growing team sports
in the United States. In the
last decade, the number of high
school and youth teams has
increased by 65 percent and the
number of college and club teams
has risen by 62 percent.
Youth Lacrosse, we
believe that youth lacrosse
should be a fun experience that
teaches the kids the
fundamentals and a love of the
three concepts, fun,
fundamentals, and love for the
game are our purpose and mission.
We believe that by promoting Fun
For Lacrosse that
our kids and program will grow
within the community.
We must be doing something
right… in our inaugural season,
2004, we had about 100 boys 3rd,
boys participating; in 2005 we
grew to 280 boys and girls from
K through 8th grade.
Today, our program’s 2011 season
rosters comprised almost 500
boys & girls playing on 16 teams
in grades 2nd through 8th grade
plus boys & girls clinics.
We are fortunate to have the
support of the entire community
of lacrosse coaches, parents and
extended families, middle school
and HS coaches and players who
return to volunteer their time
to give back to our program.