2019 Spring Recreation League
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In an effort to follow the US Lacrosse ‘Player Development Model,’ youth players will be put into teams to compete against other teams in an ‘in-house’ recreational format. Teams will be comprised of 10-15 players, depending on age group and will be assigned a coach.
A total of three (3) preseason clinics, seven (7) practices, and six (6) games integrated with drills, leadership lessons, and most importantly, FUN!
· Rec Leagues are designed for beginners and intermediate lacrosse players in Elementary and Middle School.
· Athletes will learn the basics of “the fastest game on two feet” and compete in games during the season.
· Players are responsible for all equipment including helmet, mouth guard, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, gloves, stick, and cup. A reversible pinnie and t-shirt will be given to each player!
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Beginner and Intermediate Elementary and Middle School Age students.
-Lightning Division (K-2rd grade): 5v5 game format, no goalies
-Thunder Division (3rd-5th grade): 7v7 game format with goalies
-Middle School (6th-8th grade): 10v10 game format with goalies
Christ Church Episcopal School (245 Cavalier Drive)
Middle School Practice and Game Schedule
Joe Cummings; Univ. of Maryland ‘12; 2x All-American; Professional Lacrosse Player; Head Coach, Christ Church Episcopal School
Joseph Porchetta; Franklin & Marshall; Offensive Coordinator Christ Church Episcopal School
Matt Hogue; Clemson University; Played Div I lacrosse at Presbyterian University; Lacrosse Force Field Director
Matt Hastings; Robert Morris University; Defense