August Skills Development Clinics
We are looking for all experience levels—beginners, seasoned players, and everyone in between—to join our South County Colts Youth Lacrosse Clinic. Never played lacrosse? No problem! If your athlete has a background in basketball, soccer, football, or hockey, he will be able to pick up the game of lacrosse within a few lessons.
During August 2021, SCAA’s Boys Youth Lacrosse Program Coaches will host skills development clinics for players ages 7 to 14. Clinics will take place at the South County High School Stadium Field from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. every Sunday in August.
Come out and build lasting memories, become part of this great community, and learn the oldest organized sport in North America!
Athletes will need their own lacrosse stick. And a water bottle. No other equipment is needed for the clinic. However, players may wear all gear if they would like.
These clinics will provide a great opportunity for our players to develop skills and practice catching, throwing, shooting, carrying the ball, and picking up ground balls. This is also a great way to meet their youth coaches.
- Our program focuses on lacrosse fundamentals, teamwork, good sportsmanship, and most of all having fun!
- Our coaches want every young athlete to have a positive experience and a love for the game while making long-lasting memories and friends.
- Our coaching staff is an all-volunteer staff that has passion for the game. They have either played themselves and/or have a son on the team.
- Our coaches complete mandatory training through NVYLL, background check certification, concussion training, U.S. Lacrosse Coach Development Program, and a mandatory coaches’ clinic at Marymount University.
Cost: $30 per player
Our program strives to provide the safest environment possible. We follow guidance from CDC, the Governor, and our SCAA Chairman.
1. Only coaches and players are allowed on the field.
2. Parents are encouraged to stay and watch the clinic, but they must stay off the field during the clinic.
3. Athletes may not share water bottles.
4. We will follow any additional guidelines published by the State of Virginia, CDC, U.S Lacrosse, and NVYLL.
Point of contact: Jack Wheeler (Boys Lacrosse Director) at
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