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Lacrosse Sticks and Masks
Spring 2019:

We offer many lacrosse programs. Choose the appropriate program for your child. 

We expect all travel Lacrosse players to make Lacrosse a priority sport in the spring
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PLEASE NOTE: DEPENDANT ON WEATHER CONDITIONS AND COACHES... TIMES, DAYS AND START DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGES, PLEASE CONTACT THE REC.CTR. FOR UPDATED INFORMATION. 

Registration Deadlines: Boys U11 (3rd and 4th Grade) and U13 (5th and 6th Grade) - April 8th





General Information
The WRC is a participant of the Interstate Lacrosse Community (ILC) which embodies one set of rules (US Lacrosse Rules) and a push to enhance the overall lacrosse experience. This combined with the Woodstock Recreation Center's Youth Lacrosse Program and Outstanding Coaching should positively impact our young athletes so that they get the most rewarding experience out of participating as possible. This means that we don't focus on going undefeated, but rather that we are enriching kids’ lives through positive motivation.

BOYS (U11) - 3rd and 4th Graders
Coach: Dan Jones
Practices: Mondays and Wednesdays @TPVS 5 to 6:30pm
This is a travel division that will compete against neighboring towns. The Spring season will run from the end of March to the middle of June concluding the season with the Middlebury Tournament. Lacrosse games may be scheduled for any day Monday thru Saturday depending on field availability and travel.


BOYS ( U13) - 5th and 6th Graders
Coaches:
Practices: Mondays and Wednesdays 5 to 6:30pm and Fridays 3:30 to 5pm @TPVS
This is a travel division that will compete against neighboring towns. The Spring season will run from the end of March to the middle of June concluding the season with the Middlebury Tournament. Lacrosse games may be scheduled for any day Monday thru Saturday depending on field availability and travel.
We expect U13 boys to make Lacrosse a priority sport in the spring.

EQUINOX SHOOTOUT
This tournament is not included in our regular schedule of Lacrosse events for the 2019 Spring Season. However Woodstock U11 and U13 Boys will enter a team of players chosen by the coaching staff to participate. The expense of $350 per team entry fee will be covered by the participating players families if they so choose to be involved.

*Our GOAL for the addition of Sunday games and the Equinox Shootout is to further improve on the level of experience we are able to provide for all players from the New first year lacrosse player to the seasoned Lacrosse player that sleeps with his stick


If numbers permit:

*3 groups within the U13 boys team, groups 1, 2 and 3, rotating 2 groups to each game.

*In addition there will be games within the schedule that the U13 team will be divided in to 2 separate teams a White and Green team. This will happen when and if Back to Back games are scheduled.

In both of these cases you will be well informed of your child's participation with a particular group, team and/or game before the first game of the season.


*Your child will receive a Game Jersey that will need to be returned to the Rec at the end of the season. If the jersey isn't returned or is returned in such a state that it's not usable for future teams you will be charged a replacement fee of $50.

* Team placement other than a child's age and grade division, will be decided by the coaching staff. We will have players working together in all age groups
*All boys are required to make lacrosse their priority

Highly recommended as part of your lacrosse experience to join and have a US Lacrosse membership. www.uslacrosse.org

Equipment List
1. NOCSAE-approved Helmet. No Hockey Helmets
2. Lacrosse Shoulder Pads
3. Lacrosse Arm Pads
4. Lacrosse Gloves
5. Lacrosse Rib Pads Recommended for attackmen
6. Protective Cup
7. Mouthguard
8. Cleats
9 Shorts
10. Lacrosse Stick Requirements:

Length: U-9 sticks must be 37"- 42"
U-11 short sticks 37" - 42" long sticks 47" - 54" (no taller than the child's head)
U13 & Up short sticks 40"- 42" long sticks 52" - 72" (no taller than the child's head)
Width: 6 - 10" (NFHS or NCAA specs are both acceptable)
Stringing: Any strings or leathers are limited to a hanging length of 2 inches. Any additional strings or laces (e.g. shooting strings, V channels) must be located within 4" of the top of the crosse. No more than one sidewall string on each side.
Pocket: Depth is legal when the top of the ball remains above the bottom of the head's wall when placed in the pocket of a horizontal stick.
Head: Triangular piece affixed in same plane as shaft.
Head Length: 10" Minimum from the outside edge of the head to the beginning of the throat of the crosse.
Shaft: Wood, Composite or metal alloy. All hollow lacrosse sticks must have their open end covered with an end cap.

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