Shootout for Soldiers: Registration Closes Soon

Team Registration is still open for Shootout for Soldiers California at Dana Hills High School on August 10-11. The 24-hour event will begin at 10:00am on Saturday and wrap at 10:00am on Sunday.

Gather 10-15 teammates and sign up your team today for the only 24-hour lacrosse event in California at https://shootoutforsoldiers.com/events/california-2019/.

Teams are assigned a 1-hour time slot in the 24-hour event supporting American veterans. In addition to the games, SFS includes skills clinics, food trucks, music and other fun activities for families.

Special interest games such as the All Goalie Game and Family Game (players, coaches and parents) are also open for player registration. Equipment is available for parents to use in the Family Game.

Former Stanford Goalie and current Westlake Head Coach, Lyndsey Muñoz dodges opponent in 2018 All Goalie Game

Started in 2012 by a group of Baltimore high school students from Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, Shootout for Soldiers has grown in popularity and success each year. The inaugural SFS event shattered the world record for world’s longest lacrosse game ever, and raised $105,000 through the participation of 1,000 players.

Since then Shootout for Soldiers has spread across the country and now holds events at 11 locations including SFS California at Dana Hills High School. SFS events raised over $840,000 last year and over $3 million in the past seven years. All proceeds are donated to American veteran charities including local, Southern California organizations Team Rubicon and Warrior Foundation Freedom Station.

2018 SFS Player officiates a faceoff as the referee battles at the X!

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Team Registration is still open for Shootout for Soldiers California at Dana Hills High School on August 10-11. The 24-hour event will begin at 10:00am on Saturday and wrap at 10:00am on Sunday.

Gather 10-15 teammates and sign up your team today for the only 24-hour lacrosse event in California at https://shootoutforsoldiers.com/events/california-2019/.

Teams are assigned a 1-hour time slot in the 24-hour event supporting American veterans. In addition to the games, SFS includes skills clinics, food trucks, music and other fun activities for families.

Special interest games such as the All Goalie Game and Family Game (players, coaches and parents) are also open for player registration. Equipment is available for parents to use in the Family Game.

Former Stanford Goalie and current Westlake Head Coach, Lyndsey Muñoz dodges opponent in 2018 All Goalie Game

Started in 2012 by a group of Baltimore high school students from Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, Shootout for Soldiers has grown in popularity and success each year. The inaugural SFS event shattered the world record for world’s longest lacrosse game ever, and raised $105,000 through the participation of 1,000 players.

Since then Shootout for Soldiers has spread across the country and now holds events at 11 locations including SFS California at Dana Hills High School. SFS events raised over $840,000 last year and over $3 million in the past seven years. All proceeds are donated to American veteran charities including local, Southern California organizations Team Rubicon and Warrior Foundation Freedom Station.

2018 SFS Player officiates a faceoff as the referee battles at the X!