Serving High School lacrosse players who attend Sammamish High School.
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SPRING SEASON: 2020 Spring Registration is OPEN! Click HERE!
***SPECIAL DISCOUNT for FIRST YEAR players *** check NEW PLAYER in registration.
Scholarship application: Scholarship will cover up to 50% of regular registration rate. Deadline is February 15th, 2020. MORE INFORMATION
rian Headland or Sammamish High School Rep
eanne Warme for more information.
PROGRAM, GUIDELINES & EXPECTATIONS
To be eligible to Register for Sammamish Lacrosse, players must attend Sammamish High School. Players who attend a private school, and reside within these boundaries may participate if their school does not offer a Lacrosse program. Click here for the Sammamish boundary map.
The High School Program is part of the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association (WHSBLA) and participates on the Division II level.
Junior Varsity & Varsity High School Teams
Duration: 3-4 practices a week and 1-2 games. Estimated start date is week of Feb. 25th - May 19th.
Informal practices for High School players run by Varsity Captain Corp. ALL high school students interested or already committed to playing are encouraged to participate. Captains practices at SHS stadium on M, F 3:30-5:30 and W 1:30 - 3:30. T and Th are Weight Training and conditioning as a team in the weight room with Mr. Freeman. No fee to participate.
Post Season Tournament/Invitational Events
HIGH SCHOOL: Information is TBD.
Fall Indoor Lacrosse
Sammamish Boys Lacrosse Club offers a fall indoor lacrosse program through I-90 Indoor Lacrosse League. This is a hybrid Fall Ball program which includes 4 indoor lacrosse games and 4 outdoor field practice seasons. Registration opens in June – Separate fees apply.
Timeframe: First of Sept. through End of Oct (8 weeks).
Indoor Game Sessions: Consist of a 15 minute practice followed by a game (21 minute halves, 3 minute halftime).
Outdoor Field Sessions: 1 hour field practice session.
Why play indoor lacrosse? Indoor lacrosse is having a huge impact on the landscape of the sport as a whole. Indoor players are consistently being recruited to play at the highest levels of collegiate field lacrosse. The tight confines, smaller nets, and fast pace combine to develop a broader skill set. Players at all levels will enhance their stick skills, creativity, and shooting accuracy. Indoor lacrosse is an extremely valuable experience for players and helps lay the groundwork for a successful Spring season.
What is indoor lacrosse? Indoor lacrosse is played between two teams of six players each (5 runners and 1 goalie). Indoor lacrosse is a stick skills-based game with rules that severely punish open field hits, hits from behind, take-out checks, man/ball loose ball techniques, and stick swinging defensive techniques.
Goals are 4x4 feet and goalies are heavily padded, increasing the need for highly refined shooting skills. A 30-second shot clock demands quick thinking and creative plays as all 5 runners are allowed to run anywhere on the field. The offensive and defensive philosophies and techniques in indoor lacrosse rely heavily on players' ability to transition quickly between offense and defense.
High School games are held between 2:30-6:30 saturdays or sundays.
For more information, email