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LAX LOCKER Fall Lacrosse 2007 Leagues Oct 14Nov 18 (6 weeks) Dear VIP Lacrosse Player and Lacrosse Parents The Lax Locker and League Director Albin Haglund (NCAA & World Champion) th are proud to announce their 5 Annual Youth Lacrosse Clinics and Leagues for Fall 2007 for Scottsdale & Chandler. Last year our Fall Instructional League attracted over 350 players (ages 618) in only its fourth year. The Lax Locker is committed in putting together the most impressive and best staff of local coaches. The Lax Locker staff of 22 coaches last fall & spring boasted over 300 years of combined lacrosse experience. This year will be no different. This is a phenomenal staff dedicated to young lacrosse players learning the proper fundamentals and respect for one of the greatest games on the planet. Purpose: The Lax Locker promotes the great game of Lacrosse and simultaneously improves the skills and knowledge of every player in our clinics/leagues whether a first time participant or a seasoned veteran in the sport. Coaches not only emphasize fundamentals of the game but will stress sportsmanship, knowledge and respect for the game. Everyone is welcome regardless of ability! Albin Haglund—Youth League Director World Class Professional Lacrosse “Guest Instructors” The past 4 years have seen some big names in collegiate and professional lacrosse attending our Sunday leagues and practices as guest instructors. Names such Casey Powell, Tillman Johnson, Trevor Tierney, Josh Sims, Mike Howley, Kyle Harrison, Joe Walters, Chris Rotelli, Sean Lindsay and our own Arizona Sting Dan Dawson have visited for demonstrations and instruction. This year will be no exception. Tentatively scheduled “guest instructors” for Fall 2007 (TBA) · MLL/NLL AllStar Josh Sims from the Denver Outlaws and Colorado Mammoth · MLL Star Matt Alrich from the S.F. Dragons · NLL All Star Dan Dawson from the Arizona Sting · MLL All Star Kyle Harrison from the N. J. Pride · MLL All Star Joe Walters from the Rochester Rattlers · NLL/MLL All Star Casey Powell from the N.Y. Titans & Rochester Rattlers Don’t forget to visit our website www.laxlocker.com for all the lacrosse happenings at our stores, leagues, clinics etc. Lax Locker th 5 Annual Fall Lacrosse Scottsdale Youth Instructional Leagues Oct 14 –Nov 18 2007 4 Leagues nd Modcrosse Instructional League (Open to all boys K2 ) rd th Junior Instructional League (Open to all boys 3 5 ) th Middie Instructional League (Open to all boys 68 ) th High School Instructional League (Open to all boys 912 ) When Modcrosse League-1 hr session Sun from 12-1pm at Mtn View Park (K-2nd Grade) * 6 weeks—Oct 14—Nov 18 **Junior League---2 hr session Sun from 1-3pm at Mtn View Park (3rd-5th Grade) *6 weeks –Oct 14—Nov 18 **Middie League--2 hr session Sun from 3-5pm at Mtn View Park (6-8th Grade) *6 weeks—-Oct 14—Nov 18 High School League—2 hr session Sun from 3-5pm at Mtn View Park (9th -12th Grade) 6 weeks –Oct 14—Nov 18 **There are optional practice sessions for this league Where All Sunday sessions are played at Mountain View Park located 86th St. and Mt. View Rd in Scottsdale. The fields are located behind Cochise Elementary School. All Tuesday and Saturday practice sessions for the Jr & Middie Leagues will be played and conducted at Northsight Park. th (84 St. & Thunderbird—located at the fields at the south end of the park) Lax Locker 7755 E. Redfield Rd #600, Scottsdale, Az 85260 Phone: 4809513529 Fax: 4809985552 Albin Haglund (League Director) email: email@example.com Register early as leagues will fill fast Lax Locker th th 2007 Fall Lacrosse Info Oct 14 –Nov 18 Modcrosse League (noncontact) Fee: $129 nd Eligible: Open to all K2 grade Boys This introductory class/league is perfect for younger age children to begin their lacrosse career. This game, known as Modcrosse, was brought back from Australia by League Director Albin Haglund. Every Sunday, a ½ hr clinic is provided followed by a ½ hr league game. Modcrosse stresses lacrosse fundamentals in a non–contact game atmosphere. Our sponge balls make this a safe and fun way to learn the game. This is a great venue for the young beginner without the investment of full equipment. A Stick & Mouthguard only are required. Gloves are optional but recommended. Junior Instructional League Fee: $199/*275/*325 *see optional practices below th Eligible: Open to all 35 Grade Boys (A Division—advanced/competitive, B Division –beginner/novice) th This will be our 5 Annual Fall Session. The league started with 4 teams in 2004. It was a huge success with both players and parents. This fall league will be divided into 2 Divisions as it is our most popular league, an “A” Division (advanced/competitive) and “B” Division (beginner/novice). This enables the experienced players to strive for more, meanwhile, our B Division opens it up for the new player to learn fundamentals and get playing time with players of their own ability. Each Sunday, both divisions are broken down into a 1 hr. fundamentals practice followed by a 1 hr. league game. Our “once a week” format is perfect for boys to play lacrosse during the fall along with other activities. Each week players learn new drills and skills that they will use in league games. This league is noted for its excellent coaching led by Albin Haglund & the Lax Locker Coaching Staff. A must league if your child wants to start and continue in lacrosse. (Requires full equipment and US Lacrosse Membership, www.uslacrosse.org.) Middie Instructional League Fee: $199/*275/*325 *see optional practices below th Eligible: Open to all current 68 grade boys (A Division—advanced/competitive, B Division –beginner/novice) This league is a stepping stone for all boys looking to play AYLL (Arizona Youth Lacrosse League) January 2008. The league meets every Sunday for 2 hours for 6 consecutive weeks. Players will run and execute fundamentals and drills for the first hour followed by a full hour of league lacrosse games. Practices are conducted just like a jr high practice session. The young player receives instruction from some of the best coaches around including from the AYLL on the Lax Locker staff. This is also an excellent venue for getting your child placed on a team in the AYLL for the upcoming Lacrosse year. Last year, over 120 kids at this age group participated. This year we will have 2 Divisions (A—competitive/AYLL players & BBeg/Novice). This is a perfect venue for the beginner to pick up the sport and learn quickly and great for the AYLL player or advanced player to continue honing fundamentals and getting game time against other advanced players. (Goalies Play FREE.) (Requires full equipment and US Lacrosse Membership, www.uslacrosse.org.) th *(Optional Practices for Jr League 35th & Middie League 68 )) * Jr & Middie League Practice Pak $275—For the players that can’t get enough—includes the above Sunday session and 1 special practice session each week every Tues from 4:15pm5:45pm or Sat from 8:30am10am. (Your choiceyou can choose either day). (5 sessions Oct 16—Nov 17. You can mix and match any 5 Tuesday or Saturday sessions to fit your schedule). *Jr & Middie League Platinum Pak $325For those players that want even more lax—includes the above Sunday session, and 2 special practice sessions each week every Tues. from 4:155:45 pm and Sat. session from 8:30am10am. (10 extra sessions Oct 16Nov 17). Coach Albin Haglund will be leading both practice sessions Varsity Instructional League Fee: $199 th th Eligible: Open to all 9 12 Grade Boys (Beg/Novice League) This league plays every Sunday for 2 hours. It is primarily for the young high school player th th (9 10 JV player) that lacks practice and game situations. However, experienced and older players are welcome. You will experience a varsitylike practice atmosphere with game situations from the area’s best coaches. Get your game ready for the upcoming High School Season. This league enables the player to get a jump start on the season. A must for the new and improving player who wants to compete at the high school level—take your game to the next level. (Requires full equipment and US Lacrosse Membership, www.uslacrosse.org.) th Deadline for all leagues is Thursday Oct 10 Please register early as our Jr & Middie Leagues last Spring and Fall were full. Leagues are limited in each division due to field allocations. Equipment Jr., Middie & H.S. League is a full equipment league—each player must have stick, lacrosse helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, mouthguard to participate. Equipment Packages League players are available at the Lax Locker Stores at $199 and up (Includes helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads & gloves). An athletic cup is recommended but not required. New Players, see our Flyer regarding $50 League discount & Equipment Packages Modcrosse players need only have stick & mouthguard to particpate. Lacrosse Gloves are recommended but not required. Modcrosse players can pick up gloves at either Lax Locker Location starting at $29. rd th **Jr ,Middie & HS LeagueUS Lacrosse Membership (3 12 grade) All Jr.,Middie, & H.S. League players must be a current member of US Lacrosse to participate. th Membership is $25 per year for players 38 , $35 per year for High School Players. You can register easily online at www.uslacrosse.org. The Lax Locker will have to have confirmation by fax, email, etc. in order for your child to participate. 10 FAQ · Do you provide water at practices & clinics? Yes, ice water is provided at all Sunday and extra practice sessions. · Will my son get proper coaching even if it is his first time playing lacrosse? The Lax Locker and its staff is known for its excellent coaching staff. This is the best league for all players whether a beginner or veteran. · Do you rent equipment at the Lax Locker? No, our introductory equipment packages along with “new player” discounts assure you of quality new merchandise for almost the same price you would pay for old or used equipment. · Will my son get equal playing time? Yes, whether beginner or veteran, all coaches are instructed to give equal play time. Most kids want off the field (lot of running) before they want in (lots of substitution.) · Can my son be on the same team with his friends? Yes, we generally can guarantee at least one player, however, multiple requests can not be promised but we will try to accommodate.. · How do I register? You can come by any one of our Lax Locker stores or you can simply mail or fax the registration form in with payment info. We accept all major credit cards (MC, Visa, Amex, Dis). · How do you communicate information during the season? We almost entirely communicate through email. (Very important you include your email address on your registration form neatly and accurately. We also make information available through our website www.laxlocker.com.) · What happens if we miss a week or two due to vacation or illness? We have adequate players on the roster so no team is left shorthanded—there are no prorations or refunds of league fees. · What happens if my child is hurt or sick during the games? Each and every Sunday, we provide a First Aid Tent with a licensed EMT on duty for all injuries and sickness. EMT is not available at weekday practices. · Why do 3rd12th graders have to join U.S. Lacrosse? U.S Lacrosse is the governing body of most lacrosse leagues in the country. This membership additional provides the player with secondary insurance while on the field and the player also receives Lacrosse magazine monthly.
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