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Chumush for a CAUSE- Lacrosse Fundraiser
10/19/2017
CLICK HERE to REGISTER !  Dual State Renegades Annual Chumush...
DSR to host METROLACROSSE
10/06/2017
Dual State Renegades  are proud to host MetroLacrosse   On...
BOX Lacrosse Clinics
09/08/2017
  BOX CLINICS Start TONIGHT ! Don't miss out on this...
2017 NEYLAT Champions
07/17/2017
Dual State Renegades 2025 Team - 2017 NEYLAT Champions  
 
Chumush for a CAUSE- Lacrosse Fundraiser

CLICK HERE to REGISTER ! 

Dual State Renegades Annual

Chumush for a CAUSE.

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Our 3 on 3 Chumush tournament helps raise funds for worthy charities.  Each team will play 3 games, plus playoffs.  For rules, please go to our CHUMUSH tab.

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This year, we have chosen to honor 

Andrew "Eggy" Keaveny, who was taken from us suddenly this fall.

  CLICK HERE for his obituary.

When:  Friday, November 24th (day after Thanksgiving ) 

Time:  9am-4pm  (game times to be announced)

Where:  Tyngsboro Indoor Sports  ( New facility on POTASH Rd ) 

Who:  Open (age 16 & up), boys and girls U15, U13, U11

Cost:  $195 per team

All proceeds go to CHARITY.

 

CLICK HERE to REGISTER ! 


by posted 10/19/2017
DSR to host METROLACROSSE

Dual State Renegades 

are proud to host MetroLacrosse

 

On Sunday, October 22, we will be welcoming MetroLacrosse to our home field. 

We are honored to host this great organization.

Activities will start at 10am

CLICK HERE to learn more about METROLACROSSE


by posted 10/06/2017
BOX Lacrosse Clinics

 

BOX CLINICS Start TONIGHT !

Don't miss out on this opportunity to develop your stick sticks.

 

 

 

     

 

 

 Renegades Lacrosse offer the areas only TRUE box lacrosse experience. 

Box lacrosse features a skill set, both mentally and physically, that develops advanced players. With the smaller space and smaller net than its field counterpart, box lacrosse creates an exciting game with a much faster tempo. The box game develops quicker decision-making, superior stick skills and excellent conditioning to give players the advantage for the spring season. 

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TWO SESSIONS:

Cost is $155 including Reversible

Session ONE:  Mondays,  (October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 ) 

                 Times are:  5pm-6:30  (3rd, 4th, 5th graders )

                                    6:30pm-8pm  ( 6th, 7th, 8th graders)

New Englands ONLY GIRLS BOX Lacrosse experience ! 

                   Tuesdays,  (October 17, 24, 31 and November 7, 14  )

                                     GIRLS ( 6:30 pm- 8pm )

Session TWO 

                    Mondays,  (November 20, 27 and December 4, 11, 18 )

                       Times are:  5pm-6:30  (3rd, 4th, 5th graders )

                                    6:30pm-8pm  ( 6th, 7th, 8th graders)

                     Tuesdays,  (November 21, 28 and December 5, 12, 19 )

                                       High School  (6:30pm-8pm ) 

 

CLICK HERE to REGISTER

How you will get better !  (What you will learn ) 

 

  • Basic elements of the rink, learning to take advantage of the features glass and boards;
  • Cradling & dodging techniques
  • Two-man pick and screen series
  • Three-man play
  • Physical offense and defense
  •  5-v-5
  • Shooting-Fakes, quick sticks, accuracy
  • Basics of the alley system  
  • Intermediate transition skills and concepts covering offense to-defense and defense-to-offense
  • The ball never goes out of bounds.  You'll get an active, intense game every time you play. Sharpens skills and stamina.
  • Close Confines.  You'll have to move off-ball because box lacrosse requires play-making.  Dodging through a crowd doesn't work.
  • Improve Speed.  Defense will be on you in no time.  You will have to move fast.
  • Stick skills.  You need superior stick protection and quick decision making to play box lacrosse.
  • Small Goals.  You have to have good shot selection and accuracy to score.  (4x4 nets with REAL Box goalies)

 

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6X NCAA Championship Coach Bill Tierney, University of Denver:

“If I had my choice, I would have every player under the age of 12 play box lacrosse exclusively or at least a majority of the time.  The number of touches of the ball and the ability to develop better stick skills in a game of box lacrosse far surpasses what happens on a field.  Learning how to pass and catch in traffic, understanding how to shoot, and developing a sense of physicality are all positive traits developed by the box game.”
 

Located at Tyngsboro Sports Center

18 Progress Ave, Tyngsboro, MA

 


by posted 09/08/2017
2017 NEYLAT Champions

Dual State Renegades 2025 Team - 2017 NEYLAT Champions

 


by posted 07/17/2017
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