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Youth Lacrosse Comes to Hendricks County

Posted by: Hendricks News Reports   |   Friday, January 10, 2014   |   Latest Articles   |   Back to Blog

Lacrosse, sports, youth athletic organizations, Brownsburg Youth Lacrosse, Hendricks County

clientuploads/2014/Lacrosse-thnstk-147086898.pngDid you know that Hendricks County is now home to a lacrosse organization? Hendricks Regional Health is proud to support Brownsburg Youth Lacrosse, a newly formed organization serving young athletes in Avon, Brownsburg, Plainfield, Danville, Pittsboro, Lizton and surrounding Hendricks County communities.

Encouraging children and families to become involved in physical fitness is closely tied to our mission to support a healthier community. The league brings an exciting new sports opportunity to the area.

Brownsburg Youth Lacrosse will field teams beginning this spring 2014 at three levels: 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, and 7th/8th grade.

About the Organization
Brownsburg Youth Lacrosse members will compete in the Indiana Youth Lacrosse Association, playing mostly against teams in the Indianapolis area. All participants will be required to be members of US Lacrosse, the National Governing Body of Lacrosse. Current membership status will be checked before each season and memberships that expire during the season will need to be renewed.The groups mission is:

  • To develop young lacrosse players from Brownsburg and surrounding communities
  • To safely promote lacrosse as FUN means of exercise and competition
  • To teach the fundamentals of the game using positive coaching techniques while also encouraging fair play and a competitive spirit
  • To establish an organization sustainable though fundraising and community/volunteer support
  • To honor the game

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