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Welcome to Hopkins Youth Lacrosse

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Registration is OPEN for the following 2017 summer programs...
 
Girls 2-4th (10U) &  5-6th (12U) and smmer field (outdoor) lacrosse teams.
Season: June-July.    
Our 2-6th grade Hopkins student athletes play for the St Louis Park Lacrosse Association 10U and 12u teams in the MSLAX Summer League. Both associations combine back in 2014.  Fee: $250 includes uniform,practices, games and coaches.
Practices are two nights a week at SLP Middle School.  Games are on week nights.  

Click here to register on the SLPLax.com website.

Boys 8U, 10U, 12U, & 14U summer field (outdoor) lacrosse teams
Season: June 12- Aug 8th
Fee: $140 for 8U & 10U, $160 for 12U & 14U includes games practices uniform and coaching.
Field lacrosse practices will be held at SLP Middle School on Tuesday & Thursday evenings with 1-2 games on week nights

Click here to register on the SLPLax.com website.

Registration is CLOSED for these spring 2017 programs...

Girls 1st-8th Grade beginners Player Development Program 
Season: April-May    

Fee: $70 includes free girls' stick and loaner goggles and reversible
Outdoors on Sundays from 2-4pm @ Central Park in Hopkins)
All equipment is provided. 
Click on the "REGISTER HERE" button on this website for more details.

Girls 2-4th, 5-6th and Prep 7-9th grade spring field (outdoor) lacrosse teams.
Season: April-May.    

Fee: $250 includes uniform,practices, games and coaches.For details.
Our 3-6th grade Hopkins student athletes play for the St Louis Park Lacrosse Association teams. Both associations combine back in 2014.  Fee: $250 includes uniform,practices, games and coaches.
3-6th grade Practices are two nights a week at SLP Middle School while 7-9th graders practice and play at Hopksin HS.  Games are on weekdays and weekends April-May. 
Click on the "REGISTER HERE" button on this website.

Boys 8U, 10U, 12U & 14U beginners Player Development Program 
Season: March 8 - April 18    
Fee: $70 includes instruction, a loaner stick and reversible.
Practices are indoors on Tues evenings @ the Hopkins Pavilion arena on turf.
Sticks will be provided. Players will need to provide their own hockey or lacrosse helmet and gloves.
Click on the "REGISTER HERE" button on this website for more details.

Boys 8U, 10U, 12U, & 14U spring field (outdoor) lacrosse teams. (April 23-June 18)
Season: April 23- June 18
Fee: $200 for 8U & 10U, $220 for 12U & 14U includes games practices uniform and coaching.
Field lacrosse practices will be held at SLP Jr High on Tuesday & Thursday evenings with games on weekends in May and two weekends in early June.
Click on the "REGISTER HERE" button on this website for more details.



Boys 10U, 12U, and 14U spring Pre-Season Box (indoor) lacrosse teams. 
Season: March 8 -April 23  
Fee: $280 include a uniform, practices (7), games (6) and oaching.

Pre-season Box teams are full. Practices are at the Hopkins Pavilion Arena one night a week on Tuesdays with games on weekends March-April.
Click on the "REGISTER HERE" button on this website for more details.

QUESTIONS: Call HYLA President, Mark Hellenack at 952-938-2723 or email HopkinsYouthLax@yahoo.com

 

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OUR MISSION

Our mission is to promote and teach boys and girls the fundamental skills and team concepts needed to play the sport. We are dedicated to instilling the importance of good sportsmanship, a strong work ethic, and teamwork with the help of positive, encouraging coaches.   

North America's first sport, lacrosse is a Native American game played by almost all the tribes in North America. The game was given the name Lacrosse (bent stick) by the French missionaries who first saw it played by the Huron and Iroquois out east. The native names for the game include Stickball, the ball game,  the Creator's Game, the Bumping Hips Game and Little Brother of War.

Adapted by the Canadians in the early 1900's and given the rules we use today, lacrosse is now Canada's national summer sport. The modern game has protective gear and the benefit of new technology (plastic, aluminum), but it still requires the same skills used by the Native players, quickness, speed, agility, cradling, dodging, catching, throwing, scooping and shooting.

In the USA lacrosse is a varsity high school, college and professional sport and it will soon be an Olympic sport.  It is one of the fastest growing sports and combines the skills you already have in basketball, soccer and hockey. Plus, anyone can play lacrosse, big or small. The game rewards coordination, speed and stick skills.

We invite you to come join the Fun!

if you are interested in getting your son or daughter involved in lacrosse here in the Hopkins School District click on the Register Here button or the "Join Our Email List" button on bottom left of this website. For more immediate and questions contact HYLA President,  Mark Hellenack at  952-938-2723  or  x

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