Adrenaline Youth Lacrosse (AYL), which will run from late February through the end of May, already has more than 10 Los Angeles programs intending to participate according to Adrenaline’s website. These programs will have boys teams in five divisions, beginning with Kindergarden-1st Grade all the way up to U15, as well as a girls 6th-8th Grade division.
The LA Box Lacrosse League kicks off its second season next weekend and runs into December.
With summer fading, it’s time for Fall Ball and box lacrosse. Box leagues are under way around the L.A. area, and 3d Lacrosse and Leverage Lacrosse are offering a two-day immersion camp focused on advanced stick skills for players of all positions.
Some 52 teams from Seattle to San Diego converged on tiny San Juan Capistrano, Calif., over the weekend for the California Lax Classic, combining great weather with a great atmosphere to produce an event that can only serve to keep growing the game in Southern California.
From youth to adult and everything in between, Orange County laxers looking for opportunities to play this summer have plenty of choices.
If you’re a youth or middle school player with ambition to play in high school one day, or if you’re a high school player eyeing a key role on your varsity roster, summer is the time to work on your game. Here are a couple of clubs where you can do that.
Leverage Lacrosse in Manhattan Beach has invited High Point coach Jon Torpey out to the West Coast for a three-evening camp during the first week of June. It’s a decent opportunity to kick off your summer lax season.
This time of year it seems like lacrosse crosses my path — or I seek it out — just about every day. Yesterday it was a varsity game, though I had to miss the middle-school game because of it. Today it was wall ball with my 11-year-old.