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Lacrosse

Winter Clinic

Hello Stallion Families,

The Lake County Stallions Lacrosse program will be hosting winter indoor practices & skills clinics run by Stallions staff.

WHO:
Girls and boys, K-8th grade

WHEN:
Sundays starting January 21st through March 31st
2:00-3:00 pm for grades K-2
3:00-4:00 pm for grades 3-5
4:00-5:00 pm for grades 6-8

LOCATION:
Dunbar Gym - Mundelein Park District Main building
888 Dunbar Rd.
Mundelein, IL

COST:
$30

Hope to see you there!!

Spring Lacrosse

Girls Lacrosse

WHEN
Practices will be 2 evening per week starting March 15th. Games are expected to be held on Saturdays. 
 

WHERE
Practices: Behm Park
                       22222 Behm Park Lane
                       Grayslake

 Games:  Northern Chicago suburbs 

*Schedule and locations will be available in late March.  
 

AGE DIVISIONS
14U - 7th/8th Grade (Gold & Silver Divisions)
12U - 5th/6th Grade (Gold & Silver Divisions)
10U - 3rd/4th Grade (Gold & Silver Divisions)
8U - K/1st/2nd Grade (Open Division)
 

COST
8U: $300
10U, 12U and 14U: $350

Boys Lacrosse

WHEN
 Practices will be 2 evening per week starting March 15th. Games are expected to be held on Sundays. 
 

WHERE  
Practices: Behm Park
                       22222 Behm Park Lane
                      Grayslake 


Games: Northern Chicago suburbs


*Schedule and locations will be available in late March.  
 

AGE DIVISIONS
14U - 7th/8th Grade
12U - 5th/6th Grade
10U - 3rd/4th Grade 
8U - K/1st/2nd Grade 
 

COST
 $315

QUESTIONS

Contact our Lacrosse Director with any questions.

Chris Shifley

Boys Lacrosse Director


ABOUT

Founded in 2009, Stallions Lacrosse is a Youth Lacrosse Organization dedicated to teaching boys and girls the sport of Lacrosse to children at both an educational and competitive level.  The boys program plays in the IBLAX league.  The girls program plays in the Illinois Lacrosse League.

Based in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, athletes who play on Stallions Lacrosse come from many different cities including Mundelein, Libertyville, Wauconda, Gurnee, Round Lake, and Grayslake.

Lacrosse Equipment

Players will need to provide their own equipment, as follows:

  • Stick-  Stick required 
    • Sticks can be found at Dicks or on Facebook Marketplace. Be sure to check/verify the stick is for the correct gender. All players should get the standard 3ft stick as use of longer poles are only allowed at the U14 level and if players shows enough skill for coach to allow its use. 
  • Mouth Guard- required for games and practice 
    • Buy a few. Kids will lose them. Always nice to have some on standby!
  • Cleats- not required but good to have, especially for practice/games on wet grass or games on turf.
    • Cleats do not need to be lacrosse 'specific'.  Soccer, Football, or Baseball cleats work well.
  • Cradle Baby or Swax Lax- not required
  • Helmet and equipment
    • Helmet
    • Elbow pads
    • Gloves
    • Chest/shoulder pads
    • Athletic cup (males only)
    • Stick - All players should get the standard 3ft stick as use of longer poles are only allowed at the U14 level and if players shows enough skill for coach to allow its use. 
    • **You can buy most of this as a bundle from sporting goods stores such as Dicks, along with being able to save money by doing some shopping at Play It Again Sports or even Facebook Marketplace for used. 

Volunteer Requirement

Each family is expected to help throughout the season with coaching, field set up, concessions, team parent, etc.

*Coaches are a key part of the program and we need your help. Even if you don't know anything about lacrosse, we’ll get you up to speed by working with other seasoned coaches/parents.