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HGR Youth Lacrosse Camp

RETURNING SUMMER of 2018

Due to facility renovations in the area, there will be no Youth Lacrosse Camp this summer. While we make plans for the 2018 return — our 12th year — of HGR’s amazing day camp program, we are very excited to invite U15 and U13 boys  to HGR’s first ever

The tournament will be held July 29, 2017 at Harvard University.

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Get ready for 2018! Learn more about our summer lacrosse camps and watch campers in action!

 

HGR Youth Lacrosse Camp Returns Summer 2018

 

Age:  2nd-8th Grade Boys  
2nd-10th Grade Girls

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CAMP FACTS

HGR Lacrosse is hosting its 11th annual youth lacrosse day camp. The camp consists of morning and afternoon sessions. Morning sessions concentrate of building individual skills like shooting, dodging, passing, footwork and defensive positioning and checks. We continue in the afternoon working on team play, focusing on scrimmages, settled 6v6, unsettled 2v3 ,3v4,,1v1, and transitioning. We also will play camp favorites like Sharks and Minnows, Capture the Flag and Gladiator.

The coaches really look forward to this camp each year. The kids are so enthusiastic about learning and have such a blast that the coaching staff can’t help but to feel a little like kids ourselves. We bring our own style and flare to the unique drills and games that we’ve created to teach the fundamentals of the sport.

The camp sold out last year, so don’t wait to sign up !

Beating the Summer Heat!
HGR Lacrosse Champ Camp Kids Know How to Cool Off!


Brain Fart?
It’s hard to hear under all this plastic and padding! You’d think Braveheart sounded an awful lot like brain fart too!


Braveheart Not Brain Fart
Part of the HGR Summer Youth Lacrosse Camp fun is the one-on-one challenge of a Braveheart match.

When games end in a tie at a tournament or camp we usually play Braveheart instead of overtime. It’s quick, easy and fun. It’s a one-on-one that starts with a face off and goalies in each cage.

2014 Summer Youth Lacrosse campers

2014 Summer Youth Lacrosse campers assemble for some instruction — and major props — from their coaches.

 

Sticks in the Middle

2014 Summer campers pick teams using the pile of “sticks in the middle”