Renegade Announces Fall House League for New Players

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Renegade Lacrosse powered by Holly Reilly Sports has opened registration for the 2017 fall house league designed for novice girls’ lacrosse players. The four-week training session will teach fundamentals such as scooping, throwing, catching, cradling, dodging, defense, cutting, and shooting!

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Players will train skills for the first 40-minutes, and compete in short-sided games for the remaining time!  Coaches include local high school coaches and high school players…the same players that stood in your shoes five or seven years ago when they tried lacrosse for the first time!

  • Mouth guard required
  • Lacrosse sticks available to borrow
  • Goggles not required
  • Soft foam lacrosse balls will be used
  • Cleats recommended (soccer cleats work great!)

US Lacrosse membership required for participation.  This training is intended for novice to intermediate players.

This training takes place on Sundays November 12, 19, 26 and December 3 from 1:00-2:30 PM at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School.  Only park in school designated spots in the school parking lots.