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After a terrific 2019 season where we competed in several festivals, play-dates, and tournaments, we were set to build on our successes in 2020.  We designed some killer new jerseys, received a girls equipment grant from US Lacrosse, and practices, games, festivals and tournaments were scheduled and ready to go.  Then we had to social-distance - which is problematic for team sports, especially fast-paced, high-intensity sports like lacrosse.  

As we look forward to 2021, we anticipate vaccines, immunities, and the onset of spring will allow us to come together once again to safely compete in lacrosse.  Pre-season activities will begin in early March and will provide an opportunity for new players to learn critical stick and footwork skills and we will have opportunities for experienced players to get back into action.  Pre-season sessions will be outdoors (at our Civic Center Park field in Woodhaven), will be socially distanced, and will require mask use - as recommended by the State of Michigan and the CDC.

The spring season can officially begin on March 15th and we can’t wait to get back into the swing of practicing and competing against our local foes and in tournaments.  We also look forward to the long-awaited reveal of our new uniforms, and our new girl's gear, compliments of US Lacrosse.  Click on Register to get involved.

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