Girls Lacrosse Registration
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    Girls Lacrosse Registration
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      Registration Information:

      Scoopers (Kindergarten)

      Clinic level to learn the basics of girls lacrosse for our youngest players. Clinics will be held on Saturday mornings from 9-10:15am. Players will receive a reversible pinnie and appropriate coaching instruction each week.

      Clinics will begin in March and finish before Memorial Day.

      Sticklettes (Grade 1-2)

      In house teams (only play other BAYS teams) that practice at least 1 time per weekday and games on Saturdays at Magothy River Middle School. Games are refereed by their own coaches to provide maximum learning experience. No goalies, no score kept.

      Practices will begin in early March and finish before Memorial Day.

      Pee Wees (Grade 3-4)

      County teams that practice 2 times a week and play games scheduled throughout the county. Goalies are introduced into the game and modified rules are used. No scores are kept to provide a quality learning experience for all players. We try our best to accomodate requests for carpool etc but requests are not guaranteed due to the complexity of creating teams that are appropriate in size/ages etc. Practices will begin in early March.

      Middies (Grades 5-6)

      All players will be evaluated in mid-to-late February at the Broadneck High School turf to determine the most appropriate level of recreational play. Choosing the appropriate level of play will ensure that players have the best experience in their rec season. No requests for coaches or buddies will be accepted. Playoffs will follow the regular season games in all divisions, hosted by AACO Parks and Recreation. Teams will practice at least 2 times per week and will play on a full field with modified rules determined by the county.

      Juniors (Grades 7-8)

      All players will be evaluated in mid-to-late February at the Broadneck High School turf to determine the most appropriate level of recreational play. Choosing the appropriate level of play will ensure that players have the best experience in their rec season. No requests for coaches or buddies will be accepted. Playoffs will follow the regular season games in all divisions, hosted by AACO Parks and Recreation. Teams will practice at least 2 times per week and will play on a full field with modified rules determined by the county.


      Fees:

      $20 Late Fee after registration closing date

      Refunds will incur a $10 processing fee prior to the creation of teams. Once teams are created, no refunds will be given unless it is due to injury/illness.

       
      Middie & Junior Evaluation Information:

      Evaluations are mandatory for all 5th-8th graders.

      Evaluations are to ensure players are placed in the proper level of play based on Anne Arundel County Rec and Parks divisions. All players will be given a reversible pinnie with a number for evaluations and names will not be used.

       
      Coordinators

      Commissioner:
      Lauren Burrows

      Assistant Commissioner:
      Kathi Burroughs

      Uniform Manager: Contact girlslacrosse@broadneckyouthsports.com if interested.

      Equipment Manager: Contact girlslacrosse@broadneckyouthsports.com if interested.

      Field Coordinator:

      Shane Smith

       
      Required Paperwork

      Player Contract

      Player Release Form -only if you played for another organization last season

      Please email an electronic copy to your coach by March 15th.

       
      CONCUSSION AWARENESS

      BAYS in compliance with Maryland law must provide coaches, players, and parents with information on sports related concussions. All players and parents must read and acknowledge the Anne arundel county concussion awareness form to be eligible to participate: Anne Arundel County Concussion Awareness

      Below is additional information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

      Parents Fact Sheet

      Coaches Fact Sheet

      Coaches Online Training Course

      Heads Up -Information