LACROSSE - JUNIOR SCOUTS BOYS LACROSSE (GRADES K-8)
Teams in 2nd – 8th grade of The Junior Scouts Boy’s Lacrosse program will once again be participating in the Illinois Boys Lacrosse Association League (IBLA). Teams will be fielded at the 2nd/3rd grade (U9), 4th/5th grade (U11), 6th /7th grade (U13), and 8th grade (U15) levels and will practice twice a week and play games on the weekend. Players must attend an evaluation day, if there are enough players to field two teams at the same age group. The evaluation day will be announced in March, if it is needed.
Spring Training - To help get our Junior Scouts players ready for the season, there will be preseason training days on 3 Sundays in March (3/5, 3/12 & 3/19). They will be held in the Lake Forest Recreation Department Gymnasium or the LFHS East Campus Field House and will run for one hour. The exact schedule will be distributed in March but no workout will begin before 1:00 PM. In order to take advantage of those training days you need to register before March 1st. Contact Ken Pierini with questions.
LACROSSE - JUNIOR SCOUTS BOYS LACROSSE SKILLS & DRILLS (GRADES K-1)
This entry level Boys Lacrosse program is an excellent way for the beginner to hone their skills and work on their skill development. This program will practice one day during the week and have an inter-squad scrimmage game on the weekend. This program will focus on the fundamental skills of the sport, rules of the game, and having fun.
LACROSSE - ILLINOIS GIRLS LACROSSE ASSOCIATION (GRADES 2-8)
Be a part of a community-based youth lacrosse league exclusively for girls! The emphasis of this program is to develop the girl within the sport of lacrosse. The goals of the program are to understand the rules of lacrosse, active teamwork, sportsmanship and foster personal development in a respectful environment led by positive coaching. IGLA has adopted the US Lacrosse ‘Player First’ Athlete Development Model which means smaller fields and a smaller number of players. Kids are more engaged, get more touches on the ball and further develop their skills.
IGLA offers two levels of play during the Spring; Pink and Purple. Both are recreational, community based lacrosse programs. Pink teams practice once a week, Purple teams practice twice a week and may travel more for games. If considering Purple, players must first attend an assessment where participants are assessed on stick skills and game play.
LACROSSE - IGLA FUNDAMENTALS U7 (GRADES K-1)
Ready to start Lacrosse? Join IGLA this spring for a weekly one-hour clinic for the younger lacrosse player. These clinics are exclusively for girls in Kindergarten through 1st grade that want to learn the fundamentals of lacrosse. The goals of this program are to introduce and develop basic skills for our youngest players using fun games and coaching techniques.
Pictured: LF Parks & Rec Boys U9 Lacrosse Team 2016 Champs!