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New Player Clinic

CLICK BELOW FOR OUR FREE NEW PLAYER CLINIC ON 12/17/18

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All welcome! 

Date: Monday 12/17/2018

Place: Bonney Lake High School Stadium

Time: 6pm


by posted 12/09/2018

Welcome to the 2019

Sumner-Bonney Lake Youth Lacrosse Warriors!  

The INAUGURAL Season

 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!!

 

Please note: Our registration system works best with Google Chrome!

  

Sumner-Bonney Lake Youth Lacrosse is a NEW K – 8 youth lacrosse program in the South Sound Lacrosse League. Our club was formerly a part of Lake Tapps Lacrosse Club (Titans).  

 

In the summer of 2018 the Boys portion of Lake Tapps Lacrosse club became permanently divided due to enrollment size and to better serve the three individual school districts our athletes represented.  The K - 8 girl’s lacrosse program will remain combined under the Lake Tapps Lacrosse program until which time the program growth warrants a split.

 

Below are the organizations that represent our area in the South Sound League:

 

Sumner-Bonney Lake Youth Lacrosse (Warriors)

Boys & Girls (K-2); Boys (3-8)

Area Served: Athletes enrolled in the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District

Website: www.sblwarriors.com

 

North Tapps Legacy Lacrosse (Skyhawks)

Boys (K-8)

Area Served: Athletes enrolled in the Dieringer School District

Website: www.northtappslegacylax.org

 

Hornets Lacrosse (Hornets)

Boys (3-8)

Area Served: Athletes enrolled in the White River School District

Website: www.hylaxclub.com

 

Lake Tapps Lacrosse (Titans)

Girls (K-8)

Area Served: Athletes enrolled in the Enumclaw, White River, Sumner-Bonney Lake and Dieringer School District

Website: www.laketappslax.org

 

SOUTH SOUND LACROSSE LEAGUE

Website: www.southsoundlax.com

 

2019 SBL Warriors Registration information: 

 

 

 

Please note: Athletes must play for the club assigned to the public school district they are currently enrolled in. Homeschooled & Private School Athletes must enroll in the league that represents the public school district boundaries your primary residence ins assigned. Questions on what league you belong to can be sent to

 

 

WHY PLAY LACROSSE?

 

FUN

Lacrosse is fun to play and super exciting to watch. It is characterized by intense action, strategy, finesse and power.  It is a game with long, looping passes and short bullet-like shots: to catch a pass over the shoulder while running at full stride, to hit the top corner of the net while in full flight, or to stop a shot aimed low through a maze of players requires a range of skills unsurpassed in any other sport. The wide open-nature of the game makes it a thrilling and fantastic spectator sport. Most kids introduced to this sport fall in love with it.

 

FITNESS

Lacrosse is a game of speed and stamina – there’s no standing around in lacrosse. With its back-and-forth nature, all lacrosse players, even goalies, are kept active. Lacrosse is a great way to build cardiovascular endurance, coordination, agility, and strength. 

 

TEAMWORK

Team sports are an excellent way to learn how to come together and work towards a common goal. The players work, sweat, plan and play together. Overcoming obstacles within a team is also a good way to develop lifelong friendships.

Like other team sports, lacrosse offers opportunities to develop leadership skills, social interaction skills, a sense of belonging and camaraderie, as well as physical skills, friendships, and respect for teammates, coaches, and officials.

 

TRADITION & HISTORY (as by described by uslacrosse.org)

Lacrosse was one of many varieties of indigenous stickball games being played by American Indians at the time of European contact. Almost exclusively a male team sport, it is distinguished from the others, such as field hockey or shinny, by the use of a netted racquet with which to pick the ball off the ground, throw, catch and convey it into or past a goal to score a point. The cardinal rule in all varieties of lacrosse was that the ball, with few exceptions, must not be touched with the hands.

Additional information on the History of the game can be found: https://www.uslacrosse.org/about-the-sport/history

 

 

QUESTIONS

Please never hesitate to reach out with any question/concerns - We are VERY happy to help in any way we can. NO question is silly or dumb! Email questions to

 

 


by posted 09/29/2018