Boys Varsity Lacrosse
Patriot Boys Lacrosse has a lot going on this winter to get us ready for Spring!!!
We realize some players are also very involved with other sports and activities, but if you can fit any of these winter lacrosse commitments into your schedule, we strongly suggest doing so. The more players play over the winter and play together the stronger we will be in the Spring.
There are essentially three main things going on this winter:
1.) Patriot Team Workouts: (free, and attendance is expected)
Every Monday/Wednesday/Friday at Patriot. There is no sign up or cost for this. Be in weight room at 4:15pm to 5pm and on the stadium field under the lights from 5pm to 6pm. We will workout until end of January, every day we are in school except Dec. 6.
2.) TripleEdge Winter League:
Patriot is placing a Varsity team in TripleEdge winter league in Chantilly. Deadline for player registration is Dec. 2nd (Tommorrow)
I apologize for the late notice, but several players expressed and interest in placing a team here and the coaches think it is a great way to get some extra playing time as a team before starting the spring.
This leagues games are very similar to Fairfax Fall Brawl except it is indoors and they use 5x5 goals, but goalies are field goalies not box goalies; the other difference is that defenders will play with short sticks. These 7v7 games are once per weekend. I know a lot of people are playing other winter sports, but this should be a relatively low commitment and keep players with a stick in their hands and playing together as a team over the winter.
The following is link to this winter league: http://tripleedgelax.com
If you are playing please go in and do the player registration ASAP. Select Varsity and Patriot HS.
3.) GoBig Lacrosse Training
Go Big Lacrosse is once again offering Lacrosse specific winter training for Patriot HS lacrosse team.
The registration link is http://patrtiot.leagueapps.com/camps
Workouts will start after the New Year and run up to tryouts. Workouts will be on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
We highly recommend these workouts because they combine speed and agility with a ton of stick work. Leading up to tryouts in late February, participation in these training sessions will get players ready to physically compete in the spring.
If you are not in a high school winter sport, you should strongly consider signing up for these workouts. Coach Puhlick is offering lots of opportunities for you to improve your game this off season. Please take advantage of as many as your schedule and budget will allow.