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Open House for New Athletes
01/16/2021
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Registration Open
01/16/2021
Registration is now open for high school boys and girls, 7/8 junior...
 
Open House for New Athletes

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Open House for Parents and Athletes
Wed. Feb. 3 at 6:30 pm
Taylorview Junior High

This is an open house for students and parents interested in learning more about lacrosse.  Kids can learn basic lacrosse skills with coaches and high school athletes, while parents learn about  practice and game schedule, required equipment and gear, and registration costs.

For more information, email Coleen at ccoleaz@yahoo.com. 


by posted 01/16/2021
Registration Open

Registration is now open for high school boys and girls, 7/8 junior boys, 5/6 co-ed, 3/4 co-ed.  Click on the yellow "Registration Here" button on your right.

Team Info:  

Coach Calli is the girls high school coach. This team is for girls in grades 9-12 attending any high school in the area (D91, D93, and all schools north of Idaho Falls and south to Blackfoot are eligible to play in our Club).   High school girls play in the Treasure Valley Women's Lacrosse League (TVWLL) and compete against other girls high school teams in our state.  Practices are held 3-4 times per week at Eagle Rock Junior High.  Games will be on Saturdays at locations determined by (TVWLL).   The Club provides a team uniform; athletes provide their own stick, required eye goggles, mouthguard, and cleats.  


Coach Peck is the boys high school varsity team with Nic Browneller and Brian Kranz as assistant coaches.  We are also hoping to field a JV team if there are enough players.  Boys in grades 9-12 attending D91 high schools are eligible to play in our Club.  Additionally, students attending schools in Rexburg, Rigby, Ririe, Shelley, Firth, and Blackfoot are eligible to play for Idaho Falls Lacrosse.  Students attending high schools in District 93 are not eligible.   We play in the Idaho High School Lacrosse League and compete against other boys high school teams in our state.  This year, there is a focus on regional play.  Practice will begin at the indoor facilty the week of February 15th.  Once transitioned to outdoor practice, ti will be 3-4 times per week at Eagle Rock.  Games primarily scheduled for Saturdays, with some weekday evening games.  The Club provides team helmet and NEW jerseys; athletes must provide stick, chest pad, elbow pad, gloves, cleats, cup, and mouthguard.  Registration fee includes a required shooting shirt that will be worn as part of the team uniform. 
 

Coach Amanda Smolinski is the girls juniors 7/8 coach.  This team is for girls in grades 6-8  from anywhere in the area (D91, D93, and all schools north of Idaho Falls and south to Blackfoot are eligible to play in our Club). 6th grade girls can choose to play with this all-girls team, or with the 5/6 co-ed team.  SInce there are not other local girls junior high teams, we play with Intermountain Lacrosse in the Salt Lake area.   The season typically starts about March 1 for practices (weather permitting) with games beginning about April 1.  The season concludes about mid-May.  Practices are 2-3 times during the week at Eagle Rock Junior High.  Games are on Saturdays in the Salt Lake area.  The Club provides a team uniform and eye goggles for the junior high team;  athletes provide their own stick, mouthguard, and cleats.  

 

The grade 5/6 co-ed team is a local league, playing home and away games in Ammon, Pocatello, Driggs, and Jackson.  Students who attend school in District 91 or in area schools such as Rexburg, Ririe, Rigby, Shelley, Firth, and Blackfoot are eligible to play.  Kids attending D93 schools are encouraged to play with their community lacrosse league.  Practices are typically two- three times per week, with games on a weekday evening.  They are held at Taylorview Junior High. The season typically starts about April 1 and concludes mid-May.   The Club provides a lacrosse uniform jersey and shorts.  Athlete must provide equipment required by US Lacrosse, including stick, helmet, chest pad, elbow pads, gloves, cleats, mouthgard, and cup.  Helmet and chest pads are available for rent ($25 per season).  For hygiene reasons, we do not rent elbow pads and gloves. 
 

The grade 3/4 co-ed team is a local league, playing home and away games in Ammon, Pocatello, Driggs, and Jackson. Students who attend school in District 91 or in area schools such as Rexburg, Ririe, Rigby, Shelley, Firth, and Blackfoot are eligible to play.  Kids attending D93 schools are encouraged to play with their lacrosse league.  Practices are typically two times per week, with games on a weekday evening.  Practices are held at Taylorview Junior High. The season typically starts about April 1 and concludes mid-May.  The Club provides a lacrosse uniform jersey.  Athlete must provide equipment required by US Lacrosse, including stick, helmet, chest pad, elbow pads, gloves, cleats, mouthguard and cup.  Helmet and chest pads are available for rent ($25 per season).  For hygiene reasons, we do not rent elbow pads and gloves. 

 


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