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Fall Registration
09/17/2018
Fall girls clinic registration is open.  Click here to begin...
Kids Want More Lacrosse?
06/04/2018
Summer is almost here. If your child is just getting into lacrosse...
 
Fall Registration

Fall girls clinic registration is open.  Click here to begin the registion.

Registration is open for a cliic style session during the fall season for all girls that will be playing on the Spring Bantam/Junior/Senior teams.

This is open to all returning players as well as anyone interested in trying out Lacrosse for the first time - pass the word along!

Registration is open and the cost is $50. The clinics will be held on Sundays, the dates, times and fields for the fall clinics are as follows:

  • 9/23 5p-6:30p Scalise Turf Field
  • 9/30 5p-6:30p McGee
  • 10/7 5p-6:30p Scalise Turf Field
  • 10/14 5p-6:30p Scalise Turf Field
  • 10/21 5p-6:30p Scalise Turf Field (possible additional/make up day)
  • 10/28 5p-6:30p McGee (possible additional/make up day)

Go to berlinlacrosse.org and click on the green 'Registration' on the home page on the right side. After selecting 'Girls' as the category, scroll down to 2018 Girls Fall Clinics (Please note that the 2019 Spring Registration is also open and those options are also listed, an email about that will be sent out soon).

Thank you to Coaches Loehr and Kemish for running the fall clinics!

Please let us know if you have any questions.

Thank you!


by Pam Heeps posted 09/17/2018
Kids Want More Lacrosse?

Summer is almost here. If your child is just getting into lacrosse a summer camp is a great way to have fun with the sport for a week or two during the summer. There are a number of camps around at different price ranges. The best way to make these a fun experience is to go with friends.

Summer and fall teams are available at many levels. Most start at the 5th grade age and are segmented by graduation year. These teams try to recruit as many skilled players as possible to compete in tournaments. The commonality is that these players who want to practice and play as much as possible. Your child will get better in these programs. Most teams have tryouts, some are invite only and you'll have to plan ahead. Sometimes playing on the practice squad for a period of time. Here is a list in no particular order!

Camps

Summer, Fall and Winter Teams


by posted 06/04/2018