General

 

Tualatin Lacrosse Club offers a wide range of programs for boys and girls in grades 1 through 12.  Lacrosse is an outdoor spring sport, played rain or shine, typically starts in February or March and play through early June. Off-season clinics may be scheduled during the summer, fall, or winter.

Youth teams will be formed based on the number of registered players and available coaches.  Teams may not be available for all grades and genders if volunteers do not offer to coach. All coaches have support for training and coaching clinics to help develop our volunteers into successful coaches at all levels.

Fiddle Stix (grades 1 & 2) sessions are played locally. Youth games (grades 3-8) are played locally and throughout the metro area. High school games are played throughout the metro area and various other locations. Practices are weekdays evenings and games can be during the week and on weekends.

A limited number of scholarships for up to 50% of the registration fee are available.  Please complete the scholarship instructions within our online registration system.   An alternative to applying for a scholarship is finding sponsors to help reduce the registration fee.  See our Sponsorship page for more information.


 
Fiddle Stix

Fun, non-competitive, non-contact, developmental lacrosse for boys & girls co-ed teams in grades 1 and 2. Fiddle Stix sessions are played locally. The object is to have fun learning the basics of the game and get a head start on stick skills moving into the 3-4 grade level.

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Youth Boys

Recreational lacrosse leagues for boys teams in grades 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8. Each grade gouping develops skills building for the next level. Each level graduates in skill, equipement, contact, and applicable rule adjustments.Youth games are played locally and throughout the metro area.

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Youth Girls

Recreational lacrosse leagues for girls teams in grades 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8. Each grade gouping develops skills building for the next level. Each level graduates in skill, equipment, contact, and applicable rule adjustments.Youth games are played locally and throughout the metro area.

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Youth Registration
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Additional Information

Equipment

Lacrosse equipment is desgined to safeguard the player during the game. Check our equipment page for detailed information about fitting the equipment to the player: Equipment

Code of Conduct

 Our players and coaches wear Tualatin Lacrosse colors proud. We have a code of conduct all participants are expected to follow: Code of Conduct

FAQ's

We have some answers for frequently asked questions here: FAQ

If we did not anwser your question, please feel free to send us a note: Contact Us

 
Sponsorship
If you have questions or problems, please read our Troubleshooting Guide.
 
Thank You to Our Sponsors!