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Return to play guidelines updated

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Try Lacrosse Free

The Polars Try It Free Session offers boys and girls K-8 grade the opportunity to play the game of lacrosse. There is no experience necessary and the focus of the camp will be to help teach the game to new players. The foundation of the camp will be based on throwing, catching, and team play through games to introduce lacrosse to new players.

Register at: RRVLA.com

Dates: Aug 12, 2020 and Aug 17th 2020. 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Location: Towers Field 1546 12th Ave E, West Fargo, ND 58078

No equipment: Your player can bring his/her own stick but sticks will be provided.


by posted 08/10/2020
Play it Again Sports: Looking to upgrade your game?

Gear up at Play-It-Again Sports

If you are in need of some equipment Play-it-again Sports has it. 

I was just in this morning (7/29) and they have a practice net and a bounce-back rebounder for at home wall ball! 

They also have a great selection of used and new equipment!  Sticks, helmets, Cleats, Gloves Shoulder Pads, and Elbow guards.

Please check them out next time you are looking for equipment!
Tell them you are with Polars Lacrosse!

by posted 07/29/2020
Fall Lacrosse Programing!

Polars Fall Programing:

NOTICE: All sessions would use the 2020-2021 US Lacross age guide.
 
Try-It-Free sessions August 12th, and August 17th, 2020 from 6-7 pm at Towers field in West Fargo.
 
The start of the 4-week fall sessions is August 17th.  Players will be off  Septemeber 3rd, 7th, and 8th for Labor Day.  The session will end on September 17th.  
 
Cub Club Boys and Girls - entering K-2nd grade 
  • Mondays 6:00 August 17th - September 14th, 2020
    • off  Monday Septemeber 7th for Labor Day
  • Towers Field, West Fargo ND
  • Boys and girls
  • Provided Fiddlesticks, softballs lax balls
  • 10 or fewer kids
  • 1+ coach

 

Beginner: Boys and Girls - 3rd grade+ 
  • Monday, Wednesdays at 6:00 August 17th - September 16th, 2020
    • Off  September 3rd, and 7th for Labor Day.
  • 8 sessions (2 sessions a week for 4 weeks)
  • Boys and Girls
  • Provided sticks and regulation lax balls 
  • 10 or fewer kids
  • 1 coach
  • If your payer has played cub club and wants to join Beginner email 

 

Intermediate 10U-12u. 14u
  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday at 6:00 August 17th - September 18th, 2020
    • ​Off  September 3rd, 7th, and 8th for Labor Day.
  • 12 sessions (3 sessions a week for 4 weeks)
  • Boys session and separate Girls session
  • Split based on numbers at each age group.
  • Full equipment, (Boys hockey helmet allowed.)
  • US Lacrosse membership required.
  • 12 or fewer kids
  • 1-2 coaches

 

Advance: Chumash Tournament:

 

Chumash league with a double-elimination tournament in the last week.

  • Week 1 learn the game, 
  • Week 2 through Week 6 Pool play, 
  • Week 7 Tournament. 

Tuesday & Thursday at  6:00 – 9:00 August 17th - October 8th, 2020

  • ​Off  Septemeber 3rd, and 7th for Labor Day.

Towers Field West Fargo. 

Ages:

  • Boys 10U, 12U, 14U, 18U/Varsity
  • Girls 12u, Varsity
  • Based on the 2020-2021 US Lacrosse year.

Individual registration and teams will be assigned randomly with a review for the teams for equality. 


by posted 07/27/2020
3v3 Lacrosse: Fall League

Chumash League and Tournament:

Chumash league with a double-elimination tournament in the last week.

  • Week 1 learn the game, 
  • Week 2 through 6 Pool play, 
  • Week 7 Tournament. 

Tuesday Thursday at  6:00 – 9:00 August 17th - October 8th, 2020

  • ​Off  Septemeber 3rd, and 7th for Labor Day.

Towers Field West Fargo. 

 

Ages:

  • Boys 10U, 12U, 14U, 18U/Varsity
  • Girls 12u, Varsity
  • based on the 2020-2021 US Lacrosse year.

Individual registration and teams will be assigned randomly with a review for the teams for equality. 

 

Registration Opens August 1st, 2020.

 

Chumash (3v3 Lacrosse)

Two teams of three players each play the game. Each team may have up to 2 additional players (5 total) as substitutes.  Players are not allowed to use long or goalie sticks. Short sticks must be the legal length for division (40-42”, 38” minimum for Juniors).  A single goal will be set up in the middle of the field. The objective is for each team to score on its respective side of the goal. Goals are unprotected, with no goalie, keeping the speed and intensity of the game very high. THE GOAL The single, two-sided goal in the middle of the field is 6 feet high by 1 foot wide. A goal is scored when the ball hits the net or when the ball hits two posts before bouncing away from the goal.

A game consists of two 10-minute running time halves. After a 3-minute halftime break, the two teams change sides for the 2nd half. Each team is allowed one 30 second time-out per game (the game clock will remain running during the timeout). Timeouts are not permitted with 3 minutes or less remaining in each half.

Substitutions can be made during the course of the game. The outgoing and incoming players must touch sticks while at least one of the two players is off the field; an outgoing player must immediately exit the playing area. Substitutions can happen anywhere around the perimeter of the field, provided it is not interfering with games at adjacent fields. Substitution violations will result in a Technical foul.

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

  • Boys: Stick, Mouthguard, Helmet, and Pads (shoulder, rib, and forearm as desired)
  • Girls: Stick, Mouthguard, and Eyewear

The field is 50 yards long by 30 yards wide, with the single goal anchored in the middle of the field. There are TAKE BACK lines that are 20 yards from the goal line in each direction and extend the width of the field. There is an elliptical RESTRICTED AREA that extends 10 yards in both directions from the goal line. At the goal line, the RESTRICTED AREA is 10 feet wide. The RESTRICTED AREA reduces gradually in width as it moves further from the goal.

A coin toss will determine which team gets possession of the ball to start the game. The team that wins possession will put the ball in play from behind their TAKE BACK line. The other team gets first alternate possession, normally possession after the half.


by posted 07/27/2020