It is the mission of C3 Hawks Youth Lacrosse Association to teach and develop lacrosse skills and strategies, along with the important principles of good sportsmanship and character, to area kids in grades 3 through 8.
 
 
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MN Elite Girls 3rd-8th Tryouts
08/15/2014
MN Elite Girls 3rd-8th Tryouts     Pre-Tryout...
Boys & Girls Fall Lacrosse Options
08/08/2014
Here are some options for Fall Boys & Girls Lacrosse:   Registration...
Heat Index
07/20/2014
Teams with practices should take extra and longer water...
US Lacrosse age limits for the U system
02/01/2014
Here is what US Lacrosse states for U9, U11, U13 & U15 age limits. Fall...
Contact us
12/12/2006
Contact us by email or by mail: Email-- just hit the Contacts...
 
MN Elite Girls 3rd-8th Tryouts
by posted 08/15/2014
 

MN Elite Girls 3rd-8th Tryouts

 

 

Pre-Tryout Clinics - 3-8th Grade:

 

* 3/4th & 5/6th Grade - Sun. Sept. 14 - 12:00pm1:45pm

 

* 7/8th Grade Sun. Sept. 14 -2:00pm-4:00pm


Tryouts - 3-8th Grade:


Sun. Sept. 21 - 12:00-2:00pm - 3/4th Grade
Sun. Sept.  21 - 2:30-4:30pm - 5/6th Grade
Sun. Sept.  28 - 12:00-2:00pm - 7th Grade
Sun. Sept.  28 - 2:30-4:00pm- 8th Grade

 

Location
Benilde St. Margaret's Turf

2501 Highway 100 South

St. Louis Park, MN

 

 

Cost - 1 Rate - All sessions

 

$30/Per Session

 

Questions:

 

 

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Boys & Girls Fall Lacrosse Options
by posted 08/08/2014
 

Here are some options for Fall Boys & Girls Lacrosse:

 

Registration Link:  http://www.eplacrosse.com/page/show/499268-registration
 

Eagles Fall Ball is for Youth Lacrosse Players, both novice and experienced players, seeking to work on their game. Held at EPHS Turf Fields on Sundays starting September 13th from 12:00-3:00pm. Session runs 5-weeks until October 11th. All players Grades 3rd and up require a US Lacrosse Membership (www.uslacrosse.org).

 

 

For the K-4th graders, the session will run from 12-1PM we offer instruction on the fundamental skills and the basics of 'how to play lacrosse', and by the end of the sessions they will play small games to exercise their skills.  Participants will receive detailed instruction targeted at improving their basic passing/catching, ground balls, footwork, and basic understanding of offensive and defensive play. Players may be divided into groups based on age and experience level for some sessions. Cost is $65

 

 

5/6th grade (U-11) will play 1.25 hrs from 12:45-2PM with focus on development of fundmentals lacrosse stick skills, ground ball tactics, draw control, and footwork; however, significant attention will be given to offensive, defensive, and midfield tactics to raise the players overall lacrosse IQ.  The sessions will be split into two sections with the first 45min focused on training and the remainder focused on small or large game play.  Cost is $75  (There will be opportunity for Goalie specific training)

 

 

The 7/8 (U-13) they play 1.25hrs from 12-1:15pm (optional clinic from 1:15-2PM). These sessions will have an 'instructional' scrimmage focus.  Warm ups will focus on fundamentals and specific disciplines each session with approximately 30-40 minutes of game time (2-3 games each session depending on team count).  ADDITIONALLY the 7/8 players have option to stay for Weekly Special Skill Clinic for 7-12th grade from 1:15-2PM    Cost for Individual (placed on House Team) is $85 and Team Sign Up is $550

 

(Minimum 7 and maximum is 11 with goalie)  Please enter Team names during Registration!


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Heat Index
by posted 07/20/2014
 

Teams with practices should take extra and longer water breaks.
 

Heat Index Recommendations
Up to 89° Normal Play, but coaches should watch for signs of heat reactions and substitute accordingly. Players should be encouraged to remove helmets and drink extra water.
90° - 99° Mandatory one-minute water breaks per quarter. Each quarter should be shortened by one minute. Game clock and any penalty clocks should be stopped during water breaks. Officials should remind teams there should be no coaching during water breaks. Players should take off their helmets and pour water on their heads in addition to drinking it.
100° - 105° Mandatory two-minute water breaks per quarter. Each quarter should be shortened by two minutes. Game clock and any penalty clocks should be stopped during water breaks. Officials should remind teams there should be no coaching during water breaks. Players should remove their helmets and pour water on their heads in addition to drinking extra. Players should be encouraged to drink extra water throughout the day before the game and when they return home after the game.
105°+ The YLM will suspend all games and practices
 

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US Lacrosse age limits for the U system
by posted 02/01/2014
 

Here is what US Lacrosse states for U9, U11, U13 & U15 age limits.

Fall 2013-Spring 2014 Age Grouping Quick Reference Table

Birthdate Age Bracket
Born on or after 9/1/1999 U15
Born on or after 9/1/2001 U13
Born on or after 9/1/2003 U11
Born on or after 9/1/2005 U9

 

The following age groupings are determined as of the August 31st preceding competition:

NOTE: Age group references used in this section are in common usage but should not be understood literally. The U15 (read: "Under 15") grouping means that, if a player is 14 years old on the cutoff date, he/she may participate in U15 competition as a 15-year old.

U15:
All players must be 14 years old or younger on the August 31st preceding competition. It is recommended that when multiple teams exist within a program, the program should consider physical size, skill, and maturity when organizing teams.

U13:
All players must be 12 years old or younger on the August 31st preceding competition. It is recommended that when multiple teams exist within a program, the program should consider physical size, skill, and maturity when organizing teams.

U11:
All players must be 10 years old or younger on the August 31st preceding competition. It is recommended that when multiple teams exist within a program, the program should consider physical size, skill, and maturity when organizing teams.

U9:
All players must be 8 years old or younger on the August 31st preceding competition. It is recommended that when multiple teams exist within a program, teams should consider physical size, skill, and maturity.


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Contact us
by posted 12/12/2006
 
Contact us by email or by mail:

Email-- just hit the Contacts button at the left and select whom you want to send the email to

By mail--

C3 Hawks Youth Lacrosse Association
PO Box 253
Chaska, MN  55318

Storage location 1252 Park Dr Chanhassen http://mapq.st/Nmqsf0

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