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Spring Lacrosse 2018 Practice Schedule
by posted 03/07/2018

Hello everyone,

We have received several inquiries regarding the days and times for the spring practices.  The new foot of snow arriving today may delay our start but we typically begin by end of March-early April.  We will follow up once fields open.  Also the end time of 7:30 listed is ambitious early in the season due to some early sunsets.  Lastly, the girls practice in Medway and the Boys will all be at HHS this season. 

> TUES: u15 & u11 6-7:30 Medway    
> WED: U9 & u13 6-7:30      
> THUR: u15 & u11 6-7:30      
> FRI: u13   6-7:30      
U15 Wed/Fri 6-7:30 Kamitian    
U13 Tues/Thurs 6-7:30 Kamitian/HHS Middle
U11 Tues /Thurs 6-7:30 HHS Middle/Kamitian
U9 Wed/Fri 6-7:30 HHS front    
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About Holliston Youth Lacrosse
by Chris Baker posted 08/19/2014

About Holliston Youth Lacrosse

On this website you will find information on all things Holliston Lacrosse. Like links to online registration , contacts, news, events, team pages, photos, etc as well as information regarding the sport of lacrosse including rules, camps and clinics, club teams, and training aides.

Holliston Lacrosse currently offers programs for both Boys and Girls. Players are placed on teams based upon grade:

  • Rising Stars - Grade K
  • Lightning (U9) - Grades 1 & 2
  • Bantum (U11) - Grades 3 & 4
  • Juniors (U13) - Grades 5 & 6
  • Seniors (U15) - Grades 7 & 8
  • HS Boys
  • HS Girls

*more details and tentative practice/game schedules located under 'Program Summary'.

We also support the HHS Lacrosse Teams via use of our website, communication, equipment needs, and fundraising.

We are glad you are interested in playing lacrosse and  hope you enjoy your time spent learning how to play this Native American sport.  We encourage you all to check out the ABOUT tab on the left and read our Vision/Mission/Values statements and learn more about the game.

Holliston Lacrosse chooses to  "HONOR THE GAME"  here which means we will show respect to our teammates, opponents, and officials, and mostly to have fun. Whether you win or lose, you will learn to compete, make some lasting friendships, and can state that you play THE FASTEST GAME ON TWO FEET!

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