Fall Ball Sign up is going on NOW.. through September 6.  The Boys Instructional season and Girls Program will run on Sunday afternoons September 7-October 26.  The girls will be practicing at The Childrens Home on Reynolda Rd from 3-5pm. Boys wil practice at Sherwood Forest Elementary School from 1-3pm.  

Girls Program COST: $100 for Fall season...The girls program is moving back to a Girls Elementary and Girls Middle School format.  Girls Elementary are grades 4-5 and Girls Middle School is 6-8. Equipment needs are listed to the left.  All girls will be issued a pennie at the first practice. All Girls in K-3 Grades are directed to the local YMCA program. Please contact Joel Zendel, j.zendel@ymcanwnc.org PLEASE NOTE: All players are required to be members of US Lacrosse.  Annual membership with US Lacrosse is $25 and you MUST register at www.uslacrosse.org, before registering with us.

 

Boys Instructional Academy – If you are a new player to the game, a beginner player with 1-2 years’ experience or even a more established player that would like the opportunity for increased instruction to improve your game, this program is for you.  This is a fun and slightly less competitive environment to best learn the game and fine tune your skills in preparation for the up-coming spring season.  Spread the word if you know someone who is considering playing lacrosse, the fall season is the perfect season to start!  No experience required.  Equipment needed is listed to the left.  All boys will be issued a pennie at the first practice:

COST:  $100

U9- Rising 2nd graders that played for WS Lax in the spring season, 3rd and any U9 eligible 4th graders sing up with us!   Kindergarteners, 1st grade and any new 2nd graders are directed to the WGW YMCA.  Please contact Joel Zendel, j.zendel@ymcanwnc.org. Annual membership with US Lacrosse is $25 and you MUST register at www.uslacrosse.org, before registering with us.

U11, U13, and U15-Maximum grade @ 8th grade, unless your high school does not have a team and you meet the U15 requirements.  Annual membership with US Lacrosse is $25 and you MUST register at www.uslacrosse.org, before registering with us.

RENTAL EQUIPMENT:  If you need rental equipment, please indicate that as you register. Equipment is listed on the left hand side of the page under Equipment. We DO NOT provide, mouthguard, stick and protective cup.  You must purchase these.  There is a $50 fee that you will be charged at this time, along with your registration fee.  You are also required to bring a $175 deposit fee at the time of rental pick up.  This check will not be cashed but held until the end of the season until rental equipment is returned.  This program is for new players.  Rental equipment pick up will be 11:45 on Sunday, September 7-i hour before practice. Please be on time. THIS IS FOR BOYS ONLY!


To register you may go to our website www.winstonsalemlacrosse.com and click on registration.

Please contact Beth Welsh, at info@winstonsalemlacrosse.com if you have any further questions.  We are looking forward to a great fall!!  

Winston-Salem Lacrosse is pleased and excited to announce that the following coaches have agreed to coach the boys Select teams for the fall of 2014:


·      U11 - Gene Kuhn.  Coach Kuhn currently serves as the head lacrosse coach at Ronald W. Reagan High School, a position that he has held for two years, after having served as an assistant coach at Reagan for the previous six years.  Coach Kuhn played high school lacrosse in Orchard Park, New York and club lacrosse at the University of Buffalo.  Professionally, Coach Kuhn is the Commercial Construction Manager for Charles D. Lowder, Inc. 

 

·      U13 - Tom Perrault.  Coach Perrault currently serves as the head lacrosse coach at Mt. Tabor High School, a position that he held from 2001 to 2005 and again beginning in 2008.  Coach Perrault played collegiate lacrosse at Virginia Military Institute, where he was a four-year letterman.  Professionally, Coach Perrault is an Assistant Professor in Neurobiology and Anatomy at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.

 

·      U15 - Jim O'Neill.  Coach O'Neill is the head lacrosse coach at R.J. Reynolds High School, a position that he has held for 7 years.  Coach O’Neill played high school lacrosse in Long Island, New York and collegiately at Duke University.  Professionally, Coach O’Neill serves as Forsyth County’s District Attorney, having been appointed to that position by Governor Bev. Perdue in 2009 and elected for a four-year term in 2012.

 

Partnering with these experienced and talented coaches will take WS LAX to the next level as an organization and allow it to build upon recent successes.  Not only will the boys be getting instruction from some of the most knowledgeable lacrosse minds in our area, but our volunteer-parent coaches, who will remain an integral part of fulfilling WS LAX’s mission, will become better coaches.  WS LAX is most grateful to Coach Kuhn, Coach O'Neill and Coach Perrault for giving their time to our boys, our organization and our community.

 

 

 

Piedmont Community Lacrosse Association

 

     A new dawn rises on the local landscape of recreational lacrosse. The Triad’s five existing leagues have banded together under the newly formed Piedmont Community Lacrosse Association (PCLA). The charter member organizations are TYLA, WS LAX, the Oak Ridge Youth Association, Kernerville P & R Lacrosse, and Burlington P & R Lacrosse. This governing body will primarily be responsible for mediating any inter-league matters, scheduling all league member games, and enforcing all PCLA policies and regulations.

    The PCLA is headed by a eight (8) member board and will employ one director to facilitate the association’s mission. The primary mission of the PCLA will be to create uniformity amongst its league members creating a competitive and equitable environment. The PCLA will also be a leader in the effort to foster and develop recreational lacrosse across the Piedmont region of North Carolina, bringing the sport to new communities and encouraging young boys and girls to give the sport a try. Lastly, the PCLA will also help to build the volunteer infrastructure of coaches and provide training and educational opportunities for those who support member leagues.

    Dave Maxson will be serving as the first PCLA director.  His involvement with the sport is deep-rooted as a player, a coach, and a NC high school official. His previous experience as the ORYA president and his lacrosse community ties made him a unanimous choice for the position. The PCLA board has representation from all five (5) league members and will be responsible for drafting all PCLA policies and guidelines.

Boys Lacrosse
Leagues and tournaments should field U15, U13, U11 and U9 teams based on the age of the player, with Aug. 31 the cutoff date. For example, all players on a U13 team must be 12 years old or younger on Aug. 31 of the preceding year.
Fall 2014/Spring 2015 Age Grouping Quick Reference Table Birthdate
Age Bracket
Born on or after 9/1/1999
U15
Born on or after 9/1/2001
U13
Born on or after 9/1/2003
U11
Born on or after 9/1/2005
U9

Girls Lacrosse

Girls has moved back to Girls Elementary and Girls Middle School. Girls are no longer divided by age, but by grade. Girls Elementary is 4th and 5th grade and Girls Middle School is 6-8 grade.

 

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