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TODAY'S NEWS

Wednesday, June 22nd

There is no Boys RecPlex Camp today because of the pending rain storms.

The U13 Boys Game at MSOE is also CANCELLED for this week.


4th Of July Parades

2016 4th of July Parade Information  We will be in 2 this year! 

This is a great way for the kids to have a lot of fun and to spread the work about lacrosse in Kenosha.  Please plan to come to both if you can or at least one of them.  See you there.

Sunday, July 3rd

I will arrive at the staging area at 11:30am.  Parade starts at 1pm.  We are toward the end of the parade this year.  Please arrive no later than 1pm.  The staging area for us is on 24th Avenue, between 60th and 63rd Street in Kenosha.

 

Monday, July 4th

I will arrive at the staging area at 12:30pm.  Parade starts at 2pm.  Please arrive no later than 1:30pm.  The staging area is Shoreland Lutheran High School in Somers.

 

For both parades, do not plan on parking in the staging area itself.  And parking near it may be tight as well.  We have the decorations from last year but if you want to make something feel free.  At this time I do not know if I will have the large trailer I had last year, or if I will end up having to use my much smaller trailer, I am still working some ideas to get a truck to tow the large trailer.  So please plan on walking the parade route as the smaller trailer will be for decorating and banners and a lacrosse goal only.  I will not have room for kids to ride on it if I have the smaller trailer.  I will also not have room to take people back to the start of the parade route at all in this case.  I will let everyone know in advance which trailer we end up with but make plans for either case please. 

Girls High School Lacrosse in KUSD

We recently met with Steve Knecht from KUSD about the possibility of girls lacrosse becoming a girls high school sport in the district. After much discussion he asked for us to respond to him with whether or not the Raptors and it's players and parents want lacrosse to be a high school sport or not.

We received a lot of great feedback and have sent our wishes to the district for them to act on. Thank you for taking the time to answer the survey.  We will keep you posted on any news.


Boys High School Photos

Girls High School Photos

Girls Seniors Photos

Girls Juniors Photos


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Summer Nights Chumash League

The Raptors will be hosting a Summer Nights Chumash League starting June 21st and held every Tuesday night.  Games will be at 5:30, 6:00, 6:30, 7:00 and 7:30pm.  Each team will play two games each Tuesday night.

Teams will consist of 4-5 players each and be put together by the coaches to make sure they are fair.  It's a great way for players to get a lot of touches because it is a 3-on-3 game on a small field so everyone will get lots of touches and learn to move off ball, dodge, pass, catch and shoot with accuracy.

Cost is only $30 per player and includes a Summer Nights Chumash shirt.

Print the registration form below and send it in with your payment.

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Boys Bantam Black Photos

Boys Bantam White Photos

Boys Juniors Photos

Boys Seniors Photos

Raptor News



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

    LACROSSE WALL BALL DRILLS

     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