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. 
GOT GEAR?

Has your son or daughter outgrown their lacrosse gear?

Tired of moving outgrown or unused lacrosse gear from one side of the garage to the other?

Do you have a child that wants to try lacrosse for the rst time but doesn’t have the gear?

Does your son or daughter need a better stick but you don’t want to pay retail prices for it?

If you answered yes to any of the above, we’ve got the solution for you!

High Sierra Lacrosse League is starting a Gear Swap!

Here’s how it works…

Donate your used (but still useable) lacrosse gear.

At the Lacrosse Jamboree (date and venue TBA), we will have the gear for sale at a nominal cost. Get great used gear at great prices. Proceeds will go to High Sierra Lacrosse League.

Let’s keep growing our lacrosse community.  Lax families helping lax families. It’s win/win!

Questions contact Nic Towle at


by posted 11/12/2014
Wanted: Depoali and Damonte Ranch Lacrosse Players
Steps are underway to create a Boys Damonte Ranch Lacrosse Club for high school players.  At this time, the club is looking to identify ALL Damonte Ranch-zoned players and families to discuss the formation of this new program in South Reno. 
 
If you are zoned for Damonte Ranch HS (click here to see the WCSD High School zoning map), please take some time now to contact Coach/Coordinator Chris Mercurio and express your interest in the program. Please note that your information will be kept confidential as this is solely an effort to connect members of the community within the same area.
 
If you are zoned for Damonte Ranch or have any questions, please contact Coach Mercurio:  
 
Chris Mercurio - Damonte Ranch Lacrosse Coach/Coordinator
775-287-2234
 

by posted 11/11/2014
Girls Indoor Lacrosse--wanna play?

We are gauging interest for a 2014-15 Indoor Girls League, and need a minimum of 20 committed participants.  If you are seriously interested in taking part in an indoor girls leagues, please 

Tentative details below:

Where:  Reno Sportsdome, 2400 Tampa St., Reno (subject to change based on availability)

When:  Dec. 1 and through Jan 28, with no play the weeks of Dec. 22 and Dec. 29.  

Who:  Girls, grades 3 - 12

What:  Focus on skills, small-format play

Cost:  $100 for 7-weeks 


by posted 11/08/2014
Boys Indoor Lacrosse Registration Now Open

Winter is coming...

Indoor Lacrosse for boys ages 8 - 18 (grade 3 - 12)

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

or look for the large orange REGISTER NOW button on the website

 

Where:  Reno Sportsdome, 2400 Tampa St., Reno

When:  Dec. 1 and through Jan 28, with no play the weeks of Dec. 22 and Dec. 29.  

Youth on Mondays  (Focuses on skills, clinics, small-format play, not structured games.)

  • U9-11, 5 - 6:30
  • U13 6:30 - 8
  • U15 8 - 9:30

High School on Wednesdays (Players will be divided into four teams.  First part of each session is warm up and drills, followed by officiated scrimmage.   Goalies may be asked to play more than one game per session.)

  • Game one,  5 - 6:30
  • Game two, 6:30 - 8
  • Game three,  8 - 9:30

Cost:  $100 for 7-weeks; High school goalies who attend at least 5 weeks may have fees refunded

Who:  Indoor Coordinator is Kris Berggren, 

Important things to know about our indoor lacrosse season

  • Space is limited.  Registration will be closed once capacity is reached. 
  • We play at the SMALL field at Reno Sportsdome.  It is SMALL.  While this may seem unproductive, it is actually very effective for developing stick skills, coordination, quickness and finesse.  It’s very fun for participants.
  • Youth focuses on skills and clinics, not structured games.  Format is similar to Fall Ball.
  • High School players will be divided into four teams.  First part of each session is warmup and drills, followed by officiated scrimmage.   Goalies may be asked to play more than one game per session.

Requirements

 

by posted 11/08/2014
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