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Great Sports Parent
by posted 06/05/2018


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What Are Coaches Looking For?
by posted 06/01/2018


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2018 Irondequoit Lacrosse Camps
by posted 04/03/2018


Announcing the 2018 Irondequoit Summer Camps. Why leave Irondequoit...there are Great Opportunities for Girls and Boys right at the IHS Turf Field this summer! CLICK HERE for the Spring Brochure and Registration Details. 

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EAGLES YOUTH LACROSSE - BOYS

Each day is designed to develop our young athletes’ skills and lacrosse knowledge in an atmosphere that promotes learning, competition and most importantly fun. Skills, concepts and game situations will be instructed through drills, small games, team competition and other team building activities. The end goal will be to educate our young athletes on the fundamentals and life skills in order to help them become the best player and person they can be. Participants will need a stick, mouth guard, helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads and gloves, packed lunch and a water bottle.

  • For students entering grades 3-6.
  • Monday-Thursday, 4 Sessions Fee: $197 $217 after July 6th
  • July 16, 17, 18, 19 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
  • IHS Stadium Turf
  • Instructor: Bill Buttaro, IHS Boys’ Lacrosse coach & sta­ff

 

LACROSSE CAMP-BOYS

This camp is carefully designed to develop the participant’s skills and knowledge of the game of lacrosse. There will be specific training on individual skill development, as well as instruction on how to play “team” lacrosse. The goal of the camp is to educate student athletes on proper fundamentals which will help them become the best lacrosse player they can be. Participants will need a stick, helmet, mouth piece, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, appropriate footwear and a water bottle.

  • For students entering grades 7-12.
  • Monday-Friday, 5 Sessions Fee: $112 $132 after June 23rd
  • July 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 2:00-4:00 p.m.
  • IHS Stadium Turf
  • Instructor: Terry Coholan, IHS Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse coach & sta­ff

 

LACROSSE CAMP-GIRLS

Each day is designed to develop participant’s skills and lacrosse knowledge in an atmosphere that promotes learning, competition and fun. Skills, concepts and game situations will be instructed through drills, small games and team competition. The end goal is to educate players on fundamentals in order to help them become the best player they can be. Participants will need a stick, mouth guard, cleats or sneakers, goggles, and water bottle. For the K-6 camps, sticks and goggles may be available if needed. Please note on your registration form if you are going to need to borrow them.

  • KID7011S - For students entering grades 7-12
  • Tuesday-Thursday, 9 Sessions
  • Fee: $92 $112 after June 15th
  • June 26, 27, 28, July 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 3:00-4:30 p.m.

 

  • KID7011S2 - For students entering grades K-2
  • Monday-Friday, 5 Sessions
  • Fee: $57 $77 after July 13th
  • July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 9:00-10:00 a.m.

 

  • KID7011S3 - For students entering grades 3-6
  • Monday-Friday, 5 Sessions
  • Fee: $77 $97 after July 13th
  • July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 

  • IHS Stadium Turf
  • Instructor: Mike Butler, IHS Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse coach and sta­ff
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At Home Practice Drills and Skills
by posted 04/01/2018


Here are some thoughts on how the kids can work on their game at home:

  • Wall Ball – Wall ball is a great way for your daughter or son to improve their throwing and catching skills. Have them take his ball and stick, find a solid, outdoor wall, and play catch. Whether your child is a beginner or a superstar, different variations of wall ball are the best way for them to improve their stick skills. Click here for a great wall ball routine.
  • Cradling – Cradling is the act of keeping the ball in the pocket; this is done by moving the wrist and fingers. Cradling keeps the ball in the pocket using centripetal force. Your player can practice this at home or outside with his stick and ball. Make sure to practice with both hands!!
    • Click here for some basic cradling techniques for girls
    • Click here for some basic cradling techniques for boys
  • Scooping – Your daughter or son can practice scooping up balls off the floor at home or off the ground outside. To make scooping more interesting, have them scoop his dirty clothes off their bedroom floor!
    • Click here for an instructional video on scooping for girls
    • Click here for an instructional video on scooping for boys
  • Running – All players will need to build up endurance for the lacrosse season. Running outside or up and down stairs are great ways to stay in shape for the season.

 

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