Western Loudoun Lacrosse (WLL) is a youth organization comprised of registered members, Board members, coaches and parents. We exist to enable youth to learn, grow, and develop skills via lacrosse competition. The administrators, coaches, parents, and spe
Blackwolf Lacrosse Top level boys high school club teams, and instructional lacrosse camps.
Blue Ridge Lacrosse Director: Jeff Lewandowski, Head Coach – Woodgrove HS
Director: Stephanie Daddio, HS Referee & Coach
Holds local clinics and camps see website for details
Evergreen Lacrosse Club Top level lacrosse opportunities for our area youth hosted by many former WLL coaches and players.
Lacrosse Camp at the Hill School Co-Ed 5pm – 8pm, July 27-31
Join Coach Pat Finn, co-Head Coach of the two-time VISAA Divison II Champion Foxcroft School Lacrosse, for a week-long lacrosse clinic. In the camp, Coach Finn will guide players through a skill building program based on fundamentals, game situations, and conditioning sure to be helpful for boys and girls of all levels."
$175 for the week. Please visit http://www.thehillschool.org/program/summer-camp/ for more information or contact Bee Stribling, summerathill@thehillschoo
Max Lax Stringing Former WLL and current Loudoun Valley lacrosse player, Max McNerney, has a lacrosse head stringing and dyeing business, offering discounts to current WLL players.
Youth Lacrosse Training Want to improve your game? Instructional training offered by local Varsity HS players John Skinner and David Fischer.
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