High Sierra Lacrosse promotes and supports men's and women's lacrosse for grade school, high school, and collegiate participants in the Northern Nevada, High Sierra, and Lake Tahoe region.

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Welcome to High Sierra Lacrosse!

High Sierra Lacrosse is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the support and promotion of lacrosse at all levels in Northern Nevada and the surrounding areas. 
Girls' Indoor Series

Announcing an indoor series of interactive Women’s-Game clinics for players ages 8 to 18 AND coaches/potential coaches.

We hope to really TEACH as many people as we can about both sides of the women’s game!


  • Focus for players will be on personalized instruction geared to their individual or team level.  All ages and skill levels welcome.
  • Focus for coaches will be on creating practice plans, teaching fundamental, field strategy, etc.  All current coaches and anyone considering coaching in the future are welcome.
  • Sessions will include player instruction from 7pm to 8:30 pm, followed by coaching chalk talk from 8:30 pm to 9:15 pm.

When and Where

  • Wednesdays, Jan. 6 – Jan. 27 at the Reno Sportsdome
  • Players:  7 pm to 8:30 pm
  • Coaches:  8:30 pm to 9:15 pm


  • Players: $100 for 4 90-minute sessions (non-refundable)
  • Coaches:  $25 for 4 45-minute sessions (non-refundable)

Other requirements

  • Player and coaches must have current US Lacrosse membership.  Get or renew here.
  • Players must have their own stick, goggles and mouthpiece.

Players Register Here

Coaches Register Here

About Coach Boone:  Jessica has coached College Lacrosse for 10 plus years, including serving as Head Coach at Division 1 Bucknell University.  She also holds Levels 1 and 2 US Lacrosse Certification.  Jessica attended the University at Albany, NY as a Division 1 player and held several scoring records, among them leading scorer and 2000 Player of the Year.  She founded her own successful Elite Travel Lacrosse Program for girls in grades 3-11 in the Hampton Roads Area of Virginia. In 2014, Boone relocated to Reno where husband holds a coaching position with University of Nevada football program.  We are very fortunate to have her expertise and enthusiasm!

by posted 11/24/2015
Indoor Registration Open Now
High Sierra Lacrosse is offering an Indoor (Box) Lacrosse program for Boys U9 through High School. Girls are eligible as well, or they can chose to learn about and play the women's game at our girls-only sessions (Info on that is next!) . 
Program personnel are:
  • Eric Martin, Program Director, Box Lacrosse and Major League Lacrosse pro, NCAA champion, and US world team member:  

  • Eric Peacock, Program Administrator:  

  • Kris Berggren, League Administrator:  

Registration is limited to:

80 youth players

80 High School players

Register by November 22, 2015!

Schedule and teams will be distributed by November 28.

Click Here to Register


When and Where

  • Reno Sportsdome small field Mondays or Wednesdays.
  • Season begins Nov. 30 and runs through Jan 27.  No play the weeks of Dec. 21 and Dec. 28.
  • U9/11 game time slots will be between 5 pm and 8 pm.
  • U13, U15, and High School game time slots will be between 5 pm and 10 pm
  • Schedule will be built and distributed by Nov 28.


  • $105 for U9/11
  • $150 for U13, U15 and High School --  includes Box Lacrosse rib pads and slash guards
  • Free for Goalies (reimbursement at the end of the season).  Indoor pads are provided. Discounts available for goalies who wish to buy equipment.  

The Program


  • Outdoor rules
  • Lacrosse Skills and Development
  • Game play each session  

U13 and U15 (through 8th grade, not 9th graders)

  • Each player gets indoor rib pads and slash guards as part of their fee
  • First session will cover indoor Box Lacrosse concepts, differences from field lacrosse, rules, and safety
  • Subsequent sessions will be game format

High School (9th - 12th Grade, not 8th graders)

  • Teams divided by HS program; Large programs may have multiple teams. Each player gets indoor rib pads and slash guards as part of their fee
  • First session will cover indoor Box Lacrosse concepts, differences from field lacrosse, rules, and safety.
  • Subsequent sessions will be game format .

Other Requirements

All players must wear:

  • NOCSAE approved helmet and mouthpiece
  • Cup
  • Rib pads and slash guards provided as part of fees (U13 and up)
  • Gloves  and shoulder pads
  • League-provided pinney

Post-Season Opportunities

Avalanche Travel Team

  • Provided league jerseys which must be returned
  • Play in 2x tournaments in Jan [TBD]
  • Players interested or selected from local indoor league
  • Roster size 14-18
  • 4x additional practices beyond indoor league
  • Additional fee for floor time and tourney fees

by posted 11/11/2015
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