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 Girls Tryouts
04/14/2019
  C3 Girls 12U & 14U Evaluation Days   12U...
2019 Boys and Girls Summer Lacrosse Parent Meeting
03/23/2019
    2019 Parent Meeting Click here for the Power...
C3 Practice information
02/05/2019
  Practice and Games Dates and Times FYI  Practice...
Heat Index
07/20/2014
Teams with practices should take extra and longer water...
 
C3 Girls Tryouts

 

C3 Girls 12U & 14U Evaluation Days

 

12U

May 20th

6:30-8:00pm at Shakopee Middle School East

May 21st

6:30-8:00 PM at ECC Dome Turf

New 12U 

Eval day 7:00-8:30 PM Chanhassen Upper Turf

 

 

14U 

Chan Upper Turf 2:30 - 4:00 pm on that Sunday June 2

 

  Chan Upper Turf 7:00 - 8:30 pm on that Tuesday June 4


by posted 04/14/2019
2019 Boys and Girls Summer Lacrosse Parent Meeting

 

 

2019 Parent Meeting

Click here for the Power Point

 


by posted 03/23/2019
C3 Practice information

 

Practice and Games Dates and Times

FYI 

Practice days are M-Th between 6-8:30 PM

U14 & U12 boys & girls normally practice 3-4 days a week

U10 & U8 boys and girls normally practice 2-3 days a week

U6 boys normally practice 1-2 days a week

Once games start in June one of the practice day will be a game day

We will not know game schedules until Late May

Practices will start mid April for once the grass fields are open

Some teams might start later.


by posted 02/05/2019
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
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