AFTER SCHOOL@FPE with LINCOLN LACROSSE
BOYS will be @ Forest Park Elementary for Practices starting Monday, March 6th (3rd/4th Grades) & (5th/6th Grades) and March 25th (1st/2nd Grades): 3rd and 4th Grade Boys meet Monday & Wednesday 4:30-6p; 5th and 6th Grade Boys meet Monday & Wednesday 4:30-6:30p; and 1st and 2nd Grade Boys meet Saturday mornings 9:30-11:00.
GIRLS will be @ Albert Kelly Park & Chapman Elementary for Practices starting Tuesday, March 14, (3rd/4th Grades) and Monday, March 13th (5th/6th Grades): 3rd and 4th Grade Girls will meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30 – 6:00 at Albert Kelly Park (grass field); 5th and 6th Grade Girls meet Mon/Wed/Fri 4:30 – 6:00 at the Turf at Chapman Elementary.
Lacrosse is a simple sport for eager athletes. Invented by indigenous Native American tribes, it has evolved into a combination of Football, Basketball, Soccer and Hockey. Lacrosse is played in 80 countries, and is being added to the LA 2028 Olympics!
If college is on your mind… take a look at the where Portland area lacrosse players are CURRENTLY playing Division 1 lacrosse: Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, UPenn, Harvard, Rutgers, Georgetown, Denver, Utah, University of Maryland, UMBC, among others.
We are happy to have your child come and give the sport a try! No strings! Please reach out if interested.
For Boys: Kevin O’Brien: 312.965.8013 (txt) boys; For Girls: LincolnGirlsYouthLax@gmail.com
ALL PRACTICES FOR 3rd-5th BOYS ARE HELD ON FOREST PARK ELEMENTARY TURF • LINCOLN SPRING LACROSSE REGISTRATION www.lincolnlax.org
The sport of lacrosse combines some of the best elements of soccer, basketball, hockey and football into a high-energy, team oriented sport. The camaraderie among lacrosse players is unique in our opinion, where we see older high school and college players always stepping up to help teach the next generation of Lincoln Lacrosse players.
Lacrosse combines stick skills, running, some physicality and yes, more running – there is very little standing around during a lacrosse game where every player on the field is highly engaged and change in possession can happen quickly. This creates a high pace sport (which makes it so much fun to watch).
As a quick aside – our Youth program follows state guidelines around physical contact that is built around developing new players interest in the sport. As they move closer to high school that begins to evolve to match the pace of the game at the next level.
Come play with us!