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Registration for the Winter Indoor Lacrosse Sessions, for returning or new players, is NOW OPEN.  See the Flier below and the "Registration" tab for full details. 

Thank you to everyone that participated in our Fall Indoor Program!  We hope you both had a lot of fun and learned something along the way.  See you all in January.

Winter Indoor Practice Starts This Sunday, January 15th!  We can't wait to see everyone again and get started practicing for a great 2017 Spring season!


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Girls High School Lacrosse in KUSD

Update Dec 9, 2016

KUSD is officially opening up to all groups the opportunity to submit proposals for a new girls sport to be added into KUSD athletics.

The Raptors will of course be submitting a proposal. Once all proposals are received the district will review them and them vote on which proposed sport should be added. This will take place in the spring of 2017. Stay tuned.......

Update Oct 4, 2016

Since Steve Knecht is no longer the Athletic Director for KUSD, we have had a meeting with the new AD, Bryan Mogensen, to get him up to speed with everything that we worked on last year.  He is continuing to work on the possibility of girls lacrosse becoming a girls high school sport in the district.  At this point we do not think it will happen in time for 2017, but we are hopeful for 2018 when all three schools will have their fields complete.

 We will continue to keep you posted on any new updates.

Raptor News

    Science behind a Lacrosse Shot

    Check out this video to learn how to maximize your shot power.

    US Lacrosse Article on Teaching Sportsmanship

    An article explaining the importance of teaching sportsmanship early in youth athletics.


     Every drill that you do- do it with both hands 50 times each!
     Always wear gloves when you are performing your routine- you play with gloves so why not practice with gloves
     Stand 5-7 yards away from the wall
     Perform this routine at least 4-5 times per week
     Each routine should be at least 20 minutes in length- if you finish all drills in less than 20 minutes, repeat drills starting with the drill that challenged you the most.
    • Quick Stick
    • One Hand Quick Sticks
    • Both Hands - Catch and Cradle
    • One Hand - Catch and Cradle
    • Face Dodge
    • Split Dodge
    • Cross Hand
    • Behind the Back
    • Be Creative And Have Fun Develop
    "Be prepared and be honest."- John Wooden