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Winter Indoor Registration and the Spirit Wear Store are both open.

The spirit Wear Store will remain open until Nov 30th.

Sign up for the Indoor Sessions before December 1st to receive a FREE Raptors Vehicle Window Sticker.

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2016 Indoor Registration

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Raptor News

    Rob Wikstrom

    Phone: 262.770.2041

    2015 Seniors Play in Last Home Game

    Caroline Titel, McKenzie Morton, Kendall Gross, Ashley Kenney and Megan Kruse.

    Last Spring, five graduating seniors played in their last home games of their high school careers.  Caroline Titel, Kendall Gross, Ashley Kenney, and Megan Kruse are all Tremper Students while McKenzie Morton is a Wilmot Senior.  All the girls have played for the Kenosha Team for a number of years and all have been a HUGE part of growing the sport at the high school level in Kenosha and they were all a huge part of why the program was successful even from the first year in 2012.  They will all be missed and hard to replace.  We wish them all well in College and hope that they continue to enjoy the game of lacrosse at some level.

    4th of July Parade

    A huge thank you to all the players, parents and coaches that came out the walk and ride with us in the 4th of July Parade.  We had a large turn out and a lot of fun!  We will plan to do this again next year.  A special thanks to all those who organized and make the event a success!

    And last but not least a special thank you to John Sytkowski for making our Raptors banners for the trailer and Jennifer & Dean at Sun Fire Stables for loaning us their truck and trailer.  We couldn't have done it without you.  

    2015 Post Season Survey Winners

    The following people were chosen at random for participating in our post season survey. 

    These people will be receiving Raptors window stickers:
    Evan Denisi (Boys Bantam), Erin Conley (Girls Seniors), Christine Schidbauer (Girls High School), Mike Walbran (Boys Seniors), Cassidy Dabbs (Girls High School).
    Our Grand Prize of a $50 Raptors Spirit Wear Gift Certificate goes to Kailee Seeger from the Girls Senior Team.
    A huge thank you to everyone that participated and we will be using all the great feedback to make the Raptors even better this year!

    Rob Wikstrom
    Kenosha Raptors President

    2015 Youth Lacrosse Post Season Picnic

    The 2015 Raptors Youth Picnic was a lot of fun!  Thanks, everyone, for coming and making it a special day with the Raptors family.  We'll see you on the practice fields.

    Here are some pictures from the picnic.  Go Raptors!

    Coach Dave

    Sportsmanship - Respect - Fun - Hard Work - Honor the Game

    Our players, coaches and parents will always strive to live up to these words:
    We will show Sportsmanship and Respect to the other teams players, coaches and parents, the officials and all involved in the game.  This goes for on and off the field before, during and after the games.

    As players and coaches we will work hard during practice and games and always remember to have fun doing it.

    All things we do on and off the field are meant to "Honor the Game".

    Mission Statement

    The Kenosha Raptors are dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of the game of lacrosse at all levels and preparing boys and girls for the field of competition.  We are about promoting teamwork, a strong emphasis on sportsmanship, positive coaching and most important - having fun.  In doing so, we are also advancing the sport of lacrosse in the Kenosha area.  We want each and every participant to feel like they have made a contribution to themselves as well as to their respective team, both on and off the field.

    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.

    Photograph Parental Consent

    This year we will be requiring consent from parents to post photographs of your child on the website.  This consent also covers the use of photographs for promotional material such as camp flyers.

    Please print, sign & return the attached form to your team manager or coach.  Players who do not return a form will not have any photos (if there are any) posted online.

    If you have any questions, please email


     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