It is the mission of C3 Hawks Youth Lacrosse Association to teach and develop lacrosse skills and strategies, along with the important principles of good sportsmanship and character, to area kids in grades 3 through 8.

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C3 Lacrosse Season 2016

Boys YLM season: Spring games May.  Summer June - July

U9 teams 7v7 games 

Boys U9 Spring & Summer = $210
Boys U9 Summer Only = $140

U11B, U11A, U13B, U13A, U15B & U15A teams 

Boys U11-U15 Spring & Summer = $380
Boys U11-U15 Summer Only = $290

Girls MSLAX season: Summer June - July

3/4, 5/6 & 7/8 teams 

Girls 5th/6th & 7th/8th = $255
Girls 3rd/4th = $205

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C3 Girls Lacrosse Clinics with 6x6 Lacrosse
04/24/2016
   Happy to post that this season C3 has partnered with...
C3 Coaches Training with 6x6
04/18/2016
C3 is working with 6x6 to improve our players and coaches. The...
Heat Index
07/20/2014
Teams with practices should take extra and longer water...
Contact us
12/12/2006
Contact us by email or by mail: Email-- just hit the Contacts...
 
C3 Girls Lacrosse Clinics with 6x6 Lacrosse

 

 Happy to post that this season C3 has partnered with 6x6 Lacrosse to offer girls pre season clinics.

They will be held at Chaska high school Pioneer West field (west side of the school towards target).  

The clinics are free and will be skilled based.

Times 6-7:30 PM

Dates are Thursday's

April 28th All grades - Canceled due to field and weather

May 12th All grades

​May 19th All grades

​May 26th All grades

 

 

 

 


by posted 04/24/2016
C3 Coaches Training with 6x6

C3 is working with 6x6 to improve our players and coaches.

The board has set up two coach training sessions they are listed below each session will have different items to help you become a better lacrosse coach.  

This is open to all current coaches Spring and Summer.

Both sessions are on Sunday's at Ted's 6x6 location in Bloomington 2050 W 98th St Bloomington:

April 24th 6:30-8 PM 

May 15th 6:30-8 PM

 


by posted 04/18/2016
Heat Index

Teams with practices should take extra and longer water breaks.
 

Heat Index Recommendations
Up to 89° Normal Play, but coaches should watch for signs of heat reactions and substitute accordingly. Players should be encouraged to remove helmets and drink extra water.
90° - 99° Mandatory one-minute water breaks per quarter. Each quarter should be shortened by one minute. Game clock and any penalty clocks should be stopped during water breaks. Officials should remind teams there should be no coaching during water breaks. Players should take off their helmets and pour water on their heads in addition to drinking it.
100° - 105° Mandatory two-minute water breaks per quarter. Each quarter should be shortened by two minutes. Game clock and any penalty clocks should be stopped during water breaks. Officials should remind teams there should be no coaching during water breaks. Players should remove their helmets and pour water on their heads in addition to drinking extra. Players should be encouraged to drink extra water throughout the day before the game and when they return home after the game.
105°+ The YLM will suspend all games and practices
 

by posted 07/20/2014
Contact us
Contact us by email or by mail:

Email-- just hit the Contacts button at the left and select whom you want to send the email to

By mail--

C3 Hawks Youth Lacrosse Association
PO Box 253
Chaska, MN  55318

Storage location 1252 Park Dr Chanhassen http://mapq.st/Nmqsf0

by posted 12/12/2006
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