Our Youth and High School Box Leagues are open to players who are new to the sport, or may prefer a more individual/direct approach from the coaching staff. By focusing on the basics players are able to build a platform from which to grow their experience and skill level. Player Development is the most important aspect of youth lacrosse, and True Lacrosse is dedicated to helping young athletes realize and reach their full potential.
Training over the fall/winter provides a continuity/consistency that is necessary for any player looking to improve their skills and knowledge of the game, especially at the youth level. Our box leagues will provide athletes with a 20 minute game, a half time skill session, and then another 20 min game to ensure maximum exposure to the new skills and techniques teams will be working on over the course of the league.
Divisions: U11,U13, U15, High School
Sessions: 8 - 1 hr sessions
Days: Sundays 11/1 – 12/20
7am-8am : U11 & U13 (2 fields)
8am-9am : U15 & HS (2 fields)
Locations: Cool Springs Sports Complex
INDIVIDUAL SIGN UPS ONLY - GOALIES are FREE!
$125 - individual player - plus small processing fee
Goalies are free!
FASTEST SHOT CONTEST
Every division this year will compete in a fastest shot contest at all locations - north / south / east - to see who has the fastest shot in True Box Leagues.
Prizes will be awarded to the Champion in each age division. Every other week the players will get a chance to record a new fastest shot until the last week of box.
Talking with parents at halftime
As a growing sport, we want to help parents understand the game more. During halftime our coaches will come to the bleachers and talk with the parents about the flow of the game, why calls were made, and answer any questions you may have.
Box Lacrosse is different from playing indoor field lacrosse.
Advantages of box lacrosse over indoor field lacrosse.
My son plays goalie. Do I need to buy him box pads?
No. True Lacrosse will be supplying the additional chest protector and leggings. We provide goalie pads for all box goalies. Teams are responsible for providing their own goalie
Who will be my coach?
True will be using some friends from North of the Border to teach box specific lacrosse skills. This game is most popular in Canada so we've brought in some special help.
How many players play on a box team?
A typical team consists of 14-15 players. Players get quickly gassed from the up and down pace of the game. You need lots of subs.
League and Tournament Manager