enters its third year on a high note as the High School team won the state Division 2 title and the highly regarded youth program fielded one of the best 5/6th grade teams in the Pacific Northwest this last Spring.
Registration for boys programs (grades first through eitgh) for spring lacrosse 2012 begins November 14 online at www.woodinvillelacrosse.com. Space is limited based on available coaching and fields, so register early.
Practices take place at Woodinville High School, Leota and Timbercrest Junior Highs and in downtown at Woodinville Fields. Youth games are either at Woodinville High School or away games are played at Eastside high schools.
Woodinville Lacrosse now has its own YoTube channel and has a promo video demonstrating the type of play one would see at the youth level. If you are interested in more information or would like to pre-register your player, go to our website registration page.
Lacrosse combines many recognizable skills and strategies. Its origin dates back to Native Americans who first played the sport. Running and eye/hand coordination skills are combined with plays you might see in basketball or hockey game. Some of the best colleges in the country offer lacrosse scholarships. Several players from the greater Eastside play for colleges such as Cornell, Maryland and the University of Denver.
Girls may sign up to play for the Eastside Eagles at www.eagleslacrosse.org.