To carry on the tradition of lacrosse in West Irondequoit.

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2020 Irondequoit Invitational - POSTPONED
by posted 03/05/2020

2020 Tournament is POSTPONED - no new date has been set


CLICK HERE to Register 

Additional Details:
  • Locations:
    • Irondequoit High School, 260 Cooper Rd, Irondequoit, NY 14617
    • Camp Eastman, 1558 Lakeshore Blvd, Irondequoit, NY 14617
  • All Divisions for Current Grade for the 2019-20 School Year
  • All Divisions for Rising is based on 2020-21 School Year
  • Three Game Guarantee for Teams
  • The rules will follow US lacrosse in game structure
  • Apparel, Equipment & Food Vendors on site

Tournament Rules:

Required Documents:

  • CLICK HERE for the Player Waiver - participates need to complete to participate
  • CLICK HERE to access the Code of Conduct
    • All participants and guests - Please Review
    • Coaches - Please Review, Sign and Turn in prior to your 1st game


NOTE: Schedule, tournament map, directions and other details will be provided as we get closer to the tournament date.


Questions – don't hesitate to contact us directly at:

Thank You!

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At Home Practice Drills and Skills
by posted 03/24/2019

Here are some thoughts on how the kids can work on their game at home:

  • Wall Ball – Wall ball is a great way for your daughter or son to improve their throwing and catching skills. Have them take his ball and stick, find a solid, outdoor wall, and play catch. Whether your child is a beginner or a superstar, different variations of wall ball are the best way for them to improve their stick skills. Click here for a great wall ball routine.
  • Cradling – Cradling is the act of keeping the ball in the pocket; this is done by moving the wrist and fingers. Cradling keeps the ball in the pocket using centripetal force. Your player can practice this at home or outside with his stick and ball. Make sure to practice with both hands!!
    • Click here for some basic cradling techniques for girls
    • Click here for some basic cradling techniques for boys
  • Scooping – Your daughter or son can practice scooping up balls off the floor at home or off the ground outside. To make scooping more interesting, have them scoop his dirty clothes off their bedroom floor!
    • Click here for an instructional video on scooping for girls
    • Click here for an instructional video on scooping for boys
  • Running – All players will need to build up endurance for the lacrosse season. Running outside or up and down stairs are great ways to stay in shape for the season.


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