Idaho Falls Boys and Girls Youth Lacrosse Club

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Skills Clinic (Grades 5-8)

Starts Sept. 6 and runs  each Tuesday and Thursday during September. 

6:15-7:45pm at Taylorview Junior High.

The Club provides a lacrosse  helmet, the most important and expensive piece of required equipment.  Athlete must provide a stick, chest pad, lacrosse gloves, elbow pads, cleats, cup and a mouthguard.  

If you are new to lacrosse, consider a "starter set" at online retailers like Lacrosse Monkey or Lacrosse Unlimited.  

Registration is free but an active US Lacrosse membership ($35) is required.  

Click here to register for US Lacrosse (if you don't already have one), or to check your membership number.

Coaches Brian & Sarah Wallace are excited for this upcoming season!  

NOTE:  The elementary school teams are co-ed, which is considered “boys rules,"  which requires the above noted equipment.    If your daugther is in 7th grade or older, she should consider playing on the girls lacrosse team, which is different equipment and skills.  Once a female athlete reaches 9th grade, she must transition to our girls high school team.  Questions about the girls team?  Coleen Niemann- ccoleaz@yahoo.com or 208-821-7021.

 

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Opened: 08/11/2022

In Grades: 5 to 8 for 2022-23 School year

Donations (Tax Deductible and Much Appreciated)

Idaho Falls Lacrosse Club was established in 2002 to teach and promote youth lacrosse to kids in grades K-12.   All donations stay 100% local to our region and are tax deductible.  Donations are used to purchase safety equipment, manage fields, train officials, and sponsor kids who might not otherwise be able to participate in one of the fastest growing sports in the US. 

Purpose Statement:  

  • To promote lacrosse instruction, knowledge and enjoyment of the game to players and spectators.  
  • To provide support for coaches and players in lacrosse programs across the community.  
  • To promote good sportsmanship, team play, positive attitude, and respect for all players, coaches and officials. 

We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors who review all expenditures to ensure wise use of funds.  Rest assured your donation makes a difference!