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BRUINS LACROSSE

Team First 

I believe that our success at Cherry Creek is determined by how well we work together as a team.  We have always believed that there is no substitute for hard work.  It is the determining factor in everything that is successful.  Lacrosse is no different. Our players are expected to work when they are tired, work when they are sick of it."
                      Cherry Creek High School Head Coach Bryan Perry (Class of '87)

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Spring 2014 LTP Registration is NOW OPEN!
01/01/2014
  Fall 2014 Boys Learn to Play Lacrosse is Now Open!! Click...
AYL Season Dates
12/07/2013
7 Regular Season Games (Total of 8 with 3 Double Headers or Weeknight...
 
Spring 2014 LTP Registration is NOW OPEN!

 

Fall 2014 Boys Learn to Play Lacrosse

is Now Open!!

Click Here to Register


Registration Information

Cost: $100

Practice Location: Near Cherry Creek High School/Willow Creek Park

Equipment Required:  Helmet, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, stick,cleats, mouth guard, and athletic cup (Goalie equipment provided to team).
 

***Cancellation Policy: $25 cancellation fee, if registration canceled after August 31 2014, there will be no refunds.

You will be contacted by Craig Randall in August.

The LTP Program will be held on Sundays and will go for 6 weeks.
 

Cherry Creek Youth Sports
Spring 2014 Boys Learn to Play Lacrosse

?Boys ages 4-14 years old
Learn to play the most exciting game on the planet
Practices will be at Village Greens Park or Willow Creek Park
Sunday's 11am (When Broncos Play at 2pm and 2pm when they don't)
Begins week of September 7 for 6 weeks

Learn to Play (LTP) Program

The LTP program is an ideal way for boys in kindergarten through 8th grade to explore the fun and exciting game of lacrosse!  This 6-week program stresses FUN while developing important fundamental lacrosse skills such as cradling, catching, throwing, shooting and picking up ground balls.  Participating in Learn to Play also helps build broader skills such as coordination, flexibility, balance, agility, teamwork and sportsmanship - all in a positive, encouraging coaching environment.

Participants must provide 'personal' protective equipment and lacrosse stick
(helmet, should & arm pads, gloves, athletic attire)
No 'fiddle sticks' please



If you have any questions or problems with registration please contact us immediately. (303) 662-1644 or  .

by posted 01/01/2014
AYL Season Dates
7 Regular Season Games
(Total of 8 with 3 Double Headers or Weeknight Games)
 
  • April 5th  (Opening Weekend)*
  • April 12th
  • April 19th
  • April 26th
  • May 3rd
 
2 Game Minimum Playoffs/Championship
  • May 4th  (Mini-Playoffs if needed) 
  • May 10 /11th (Playoffs)  (Each team will get two game minimum)
  • May 17th /18th (Final Four/Championship)
 
*For those teams that need a bye on April 5th as a result of Spring Break the opening weekend will be March 29th. Each team will have three doubleheaders to get to 8 games in the regular season, and will get two playoff games to make it a 10 game season. For those teams that do not make it into the playoffs we will schedule games (at the playoff location) to make sure they get to 10. 
by posted 12/07/2013
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TBD - Greenwood Village OPEN (10/31) 
Village Green#1 Practice - Greenwood Village OPEN (10/31) 
Village Green#9 Practice - Greenwood Village OPEN (10/31) 
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