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Spring 2018 Parent Handbook

Contact Us: Board of Directors President: Jaimie Kowalski [email protected] Vice President: Chris Grannis [email protected] Secretary: Katie Abordo [email protected] Treasurer: Sherri Baumley [email protected] Boys Player Dev. Director: Dom Saccomanno [email protected] Girls Player Dev. Director: Sui Lenckus [email protected]

Thanks to our Committee Volunteers! Uniforms & Spirit Wear: Brittney Readinger Field Management: Tyler Sheehan Rental Equipment: Jenn Flickinger

Our Mission Statement

To teach and promote the great game of lacrosse in a fun, safe and sportsmanlike environment.

Our Commitment to You

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We are dedicated to the skill development of each individual player. We will focus on building strategic thinking, speed, field position, teamwork and finesse rather than physical intimidation or a winning game record.

Our Motto

Let the coaches coach, the officials officiate and above anything else… let the children play and have fun!

Code of Conduct

During registration players/parents agreed to the code of conduct. Violations may result in immediate evacuation from the field, game suspension or expulsion from the club.

Player Pledge

• Respect your teammates, coaches, referees & opponents at all times.   • Be gracious in defeat & modest in victory. • Support fellow teammates, encourage them & lead by positive example. • Don’t be afraid to make mistakes; they are part of the learning process. • Effort needs to be 100% for practices & games.  • Equipment must be properly maintained & worn at all practices & games. • Learn as much as you can from your coaches. • Fun is part of the experience. Effort & growing are just as important as having fun! • Attendence is expected at both practice & games. Proper notice is required for any absence.

 

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Parents Pledge

• Learn & know the rules of the game of youth lacrosse.  • Respect the game of lacrosse, officials & coaches. • Referees are only to be approached & spoken to by head coach.  • Do not coach your child. Let players play & coaches coach. • Do not criticize other players.  • Follow "24 Hour Rule"; if you have a complaint speak with your child’s coach on the following day. • Serious problems should be brought to the attention of the Board of Directors so proper solutions can be developed. • Fun, learning & 100% effort will be emphasized; not winning the game.  

Game Day Essentials BOYS: Stick, Helmet, Mouth Guard, Gloves, Shoulder Pads, Elbow Pads, Cup, Cleats, Uniform & Water. GIRLS: Stick, Mouth Guard, Goggles, Cleats, Uniform & Water.

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Subject

Boys

Girls

Game Length

Juniors: 4-12 minute running clock quarters. Minors/Majors: 4-10 minute STOP clock quarters.

# of Field Players

10 total (3 attack, 3 midfield, 3 defense, 1 goalie)

12 total (3 attack, 5 midfield, 3 defense, 1 goalie)

Stick Length

40-42 inches. Defense (& 1 midfielder) can be 52-72 inches starting at minors. Goalie stick is 40-72 inches.

35 -43 inches. Goalie stick is 35 -52 inches.

Equipment

Helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, mouthpiece & cup.

Eye protection & mouthpiece.

Contact Level

Body checking is legal.

No forceful body-to-body contact allowed.

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Majors: 2-25 minute running halves.

Weather Policy

Practice will occur when conditions are as follows: • 35 degrees & above  • No Snow • No Rain or Light Rain If practice or games are cancelled due to severe weather and/or adverse field conditio