Rhino Lacrosse Camp will be held July 28-31 for 3rd-12th grade Boys only. Click here for more information or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Spring Season
April 13-May 30
Girls Spring Season
April 13-May 29, High School girls will play through June 12
**scroll down for fees and practice schedules **
April 18 High School Boys in Idaho Falls
IF v Jackson
IF v Box Elder
Jackson v Box Elder
Jackson v Box Elder
IF v Box Elder
IF v Jackson
April 24-26 - Boys U11-U15 in Grand Junction, CO Tentative: HS Girls may be in Twin Falls
April 25 - Boys HS in Cody
Jackson v. Billings
Jackson v. Cody
May 2, 3 – Boys U9-U15 and Girls 3-5, MS and HS in Bozeman
**For more May tournament info. go to Jackson Hole Tournaments tab**
Save the Dates
April 13 – Season begins
May 15-17 Mountain Roundup
May 31 JAX LAX JAM end of the season party
If you are buying equipment, please remember that the Cascade Model R and the Warrior Regulator lacrosse helmets were recalled. The blue and yellow helmet, made by CPV, is available at www.brineteamsports.com. Just click on Team Apparel Store and you will see our logo.
Please feel free to use Facebook to sell/buy used gear. Take a picture and post it here. You can negotiate the terms through a private message if you prefer.
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Every player will need the following equipment- HELMET - Team colors- blue with gold visor and gold strap- adjustable helmet
recommended STICK - Attack stick recommended (defensive players will eventually need a defense stick as they develop the skills in 8th or 9th grade) SHOULDER PADS
Cup and supporter
• Players will not be allowed to play if they don’t have protective equipment.
Equipment should be purchased prior to the start of the season and if we have
a warm spring, we will try to have a couple of outdoor and indoor practices before Spring Break.
TO ORDER BOYS EQUIPMENT:
Brine Sporting Goods
Please go to BrineTeamSports.com, click on Team Apparel Store, and click on the Jackson Hole Lacrosse logo. You will be directed to a list of all of the major equipment items necessary (listed in all capitals above) and can place your order directly through them. The helmet shown is our team helmet in blue and gold.
Contact : Craig Conway
You may also order from any other supplier or sporting goods store. Team colors for the helmets are not required, but are strongly recommended and much-preferred by the players!
Girl’s Lacrosse stick
Girl’s lacrosse goggles
TO ORDER GIRLS EQUIPMENT:
To order go to: www.brineteamsports.com, click on "team apparel store", then click on GIRLS Jackson Hole Lacrosse logo.
• LIMITED SUPPLIES OF EQUIPMENT RENTALS ARE AVAILABLE
ABOUT JACKSON HOLE LACROSSE CLUB
The Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club is a registered non-profit 501(c) organiziation providing the youth of Jackson Hole the opportunity to learn and participate in the sport of Lacrosse, America's fastest growing sport. The club operates completely on a volunteer basis and as such has no employees. The club welcoms tax deductible donations online or by mail here.
Teams are open to boys and girls age 6 through high school. Volunteers are dedicated to promoting the sport of lacrosse and to developing our player's skills, sportsmanship, teamwork and accountability in a healthy and fun environment.
Home practice and game fields are ajacent to the Jackson Hole Middle School, Jackson Hole High School and Davey Jackson Elementary School. The main Spring season runs from April into early June, and the casual Fall season from Septemeber into November.
The Mission and Goals of Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club (“JHLC” or Jackson Hole Lacrosse”) are as follows:
To introduce and grow a community-based program that offers all youth in the Jackson Hole area, regardless of economic status, the opportunity to discover, embrace and participate in the sport of lacrosse, and to grow the sport while maintaining the highest ethical standards, providing quality coaching and instruction, and protecting and enhancing the well-being of participants in a safe and respectful environment.
The goals of Jackson Hole Lacrosse are several-fold:
• To share the passion of the lacrosse experience with a diverse player community
• To provide participating youth with quality coaching and instruction in a safe and respectful environment
• To grow the sport of lacrosse while promoting and maintaining the highest ethical standards
• To protect and enhance the physical well-being of local participants in the sport of lacrosse
The philosophy of the club is to develop players’ skills and understanding of the game, to provide for inclusion of all interested players, to allow flexibility for players and their families, to play safely, to be respectful of players, coaches, and referees, and to have a good time.
Although the club wants to field a team that can travel and play in regional tournaments, we also want the kids to be able to participate in other sports or activities if they choose as it is good for cross training, skill development and personal development.
The club would like players to come to practices as much as possible. If there is a regular or occasional conflict in scheduling, please let the coach know. An appropriate level of fitness training is required for skill development; drills, small scrimmages and conditioning are a part of each practice. The coaches teach and enforce the rules and safety precautions to minimize the risk of injuries.
Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club
PO Box 6707
Jackson, WY 83002
A great local spectator turnout takes in the exciting lacrosse atmosphere at the first ever middle school team home tournament. The team fell to Idaho Falls in a tight 3-4 game, and split with an older Bozeman U15 team. With the help of 9th graders Sunday against Bozeman, Jackson Hole won a barn-burner 7-6.
Middle School Team Takes On Bozeman and Billings U15 Teams
Middle School Team vs. Billings U15 at Bozeman, MT - May 5, 2012
The middle-school team stepped up to take on U15 (15 & under) teams from Bozeman & Billings this past Saturday, in a cold and windy Bozeman, Montana. They were hard fought games and good learning experiences for our team, against the older players. Our team did well and were 'in' both games up to the end, with final scores 1-4 vs. Billings and 2-6 vs. Bozeman. Pictures from both games are in the Middle School Team area.
Click Here to order warm ups/shorts/hats with Boys logo
Girls Apparel Store Open
Click here to order warm ups/shirts/shorts with girls logo
Spring 2015 Age Grouping Quick Reference Table
U15 – Born on or after 9/1/1999
U13 – Born on or after 9/1/2001
U11 – Born on or after 9/1/2003
U9 –Born Between 9/1/2005 - 9/15/2008
We do not have a Kindergarten program for boys yet.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 may participate in U15 competition as a 15-year old.
Although it is not recommended that any athlete play below his age group, US Lacrosse recognizes the need for special consideration due to the physical and/or cognitive development of an athlete. It would be up to the league to establish a waiver process through which it can review such cases. Ultimately it is up to the league and athlete’s parents to come to an agreement.