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Programs

BKLC offers four programs during the year

BKLC does not feel lacrosse should be your son's only sport.  Spring is the main season for lacrosse where we would expect our players to participate in all practices and games.  Fall, Winter, and Summer programs are completely optional and are available for those that want to learn the sport, want more practices, or do not participate in other sports during those seasons.

FALL

Our Fall Ball program typically starts the Saturday after Labor Day and runs for eight weeks.  Players are split into three groups based on grades:  K-2, 3-5, 6-8.  These groups will do age/skill appropriate drills and games emphasizing basic skills.  This is a great program for new players who want a more relaxed, inexpensive, introduction to the sport.

Fall Ball is open to players from all clubs and school districts.

No pre-registration is necessary for Fall Ball.  Registration is done onsite.

WINTER

Winter practices start early January and run for eight to ten weeks.  These indoor practices work on basic skills for both new and experienced players, as well as prepare players for the concepts of game play they will encounter during the spring season.  New players can gain an edge in getting up to speed before spring season and returning players can work on perfecting their lacrosse knowledge.

Winter practices are open to players from all clubs and school districts.

Pre-registration is required for winter practices.

SPRING

Spring is the main season for lacrosse.  Spring schedules vary by team.

14U:

  • Three practices a week beginning mid-March
  • One game per week beginning late March and continuing for eight weeks.
  • Up to three weekend tournaments during the season.
  • End of season playoffs mid/late May.

12U:

  • Two practices a week beginning mid-March.
  • One game per week beginning late March and continuing for eight weeks.
  • Up to three weekend tournaments during the season.

10U:

  • Two practices a week beginning mid-March.
  • One game per week beginning late March and continuing for eight weeks.
  • One weekend tournament during the season.

2-3:

  • Six to eight week session starting late March.
  • Two practices per week - typically Sunday and Tuesday.
  • Play days set up against other local teams at the same age level.  Play days would replace the practice for that day.

K-2:

  • Six to eight week session starting late March.
  • One practice per week on Sunday.

Pre-registration is required for Spring season.

SUMMER

Summer skills sessions are offered weekly, on Wednesday evenings, for the month of June.  These sessions are free, with no registration required.  Players will be divided into groups based on skill level and rotate between stations.  School is out...you have free time on your hands...come join us for some fun!  New players welcome to come try lacrosse for free.