Idaho Falls Boys and Girls Youth Lacrosse Club

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How does our family register?

The easiest way to register is through our online system. Click here to Register Online.
 

Typically when and where do we practice? 

2nd-4th grade:  Practice 2 times during the week at Taylorview Junior High, with games on weekday evenings locally, and in Pocatello, Driggs, and Jackson.

5th-6th grade:  Practice 2-3 times during the week at Taylorview Junior High, with games on weekday evenings locally, and in Pocatello, Driggs, and Jackson.

7th/8th grade boys:  Practice 3 times during the week at Taylorview Junior High, with games on Saturdays in the Salt Lake City area. 

7th/8th grade girls:  Practice 3 times during the week at Eagle Rock Junior High, with games on Saturdays in the Salt Lake City area. 

High school girls:  Practice 4 times during the week at Eagle Rock Junior High, with games on Saturdays throughout the state. 

High school boys:  Practice 4 times during the week at Eagle Rock Junior High, with games on Saturdays throughout the state.

What is the uniform?

Uniform consists of a game day reversible jersey and shorts (co-ed, boys high school and junior high girls) or skorts (high school girls).  These are included in the registration fee, but must be returned at the end of the season.  Refundable security deposit will be collected before the uniform is distributed, and will remain uncashed unless the uniform is not returned.  

 

What equipment does my child need?

A full list of required equipment can be found here, or on the Parent's Info page.

2-4th grade & 5/6 grade (co-ed):  Athletes must provide their own helmet (it's not built into the registration fee), stick, shoulder pad, elbow pads, gloves, cleats, mouthguard, and cup (boys and co-ed teams).   For $25, athlete can rent helmet and chest pad.
 

Boys 7th/8th grade:  Team helmets provided.  Athletes must provide their own stick, shoulder pad, elbow pads, gloves, cleats, mouthguard, and cup.  For $25, athlete can rent helmet and chest pad.
 

Girls 8th grade:  Eyewear provided.  Athlete must provide their own stick.

High School Boys:  Team helmets provided.  Athletes must provide their own stick, shoulder pad, elbow pads, gloves, cleats, mouthguard, and cup.  For $25, athlete can rent helmet and chest pad.

High School Girls: Athlete must provide their own stick and eyewear.
 

Where can I find Lacrosse Equipment?

Locally, you may find used equipment at Play It Again Sports, or new items at Al's Sporting Goods, Big 5, or Dick's Sporting Goods in Pocatello.

You will find more options using online retailers like Lacrosse Unlimited and Lacrosse Monkey.


What does my registration fee go towards?

The fee covers referees and officials, uniforms, personal and team equipment (goalie equipment, goals, nets, cones, balls etc.), medical kits, field maintenance, insurance for all players and coaches, membership to U.S. Lacrosse, and operational expenses such as website, equipment storage rental.


What are the rules of Boys and Girls lacrosse? 

Click here for boys rules.

Click here for girls rules


What is U.S. Lacrosse?

The national governing body of men's and women's lacrosse. All players must become members of U.S. Lacrosse before registering with Idaho Falls Lacrosse Club. Their website is http://www.uslacrosse.org.


What's the best way to keep up to date?

Once registered, you will receive frequent email communications from the Club.  We also post information on the Idaho Falls Lacrosse facebook page.

Your athlete’s coach is the best source of specific team information.  Typically, coaches set up a texting group for parents and athletes.