High School Leagues
Fall & Winter Indoor Box Lacrosse at Midwest Orthopedic Sports Complex
Sunday, November 5, 2017 - Midwest Orthopedic Sports Complex - Brookfield, WI
Geared for boy's and girl's in grades 9 - 12, there will be an instructional program for new players and a league format for experienced players that want to play games.
Instructional program is designed to build a strong foundation for lacrosse. Through skills and drills, coaching and scrimmages, our goal is to have the players become more comfortable, confident and knowledgeable about the game of lacrosse. The box lacrosse environment is key to building strong skills used in both the indoor and outdoor game.
Players can register individually or as a team.
We will be playing on an indoor soccer field with turf fields (190' x 80'). Players can wear cleats or flats. Players should wear the same equipment as playing outdoor lacrosse. Rib pads for boys are encouraged.The goals will be 4x4 box goals. Girl's will play 8 v. 8.
Girls' high school players will be divided into two groups - new and experienced. Experieneced girl's will participate in a brief warm up and games.
Skills development can be done at the Hot4Lax Center during the week in individual lessons or group sessions.
Boys' high school players
League format is for experienced players *(one year of team play minimum).
Varsity and experienced high school boys can enroll in the league format individually or as a team. Players will be assigned to a team if registering individually.
Boy's box lacrosse is 6 v. 6 at one time. Games will include ten minute warm up, two 20-minute running halves with a four minute half-time.
New high school age players and inexperienced players can register in the instructional program.
Participants will receive a jersey and excellent coaching from our experienced and knowledgeable coaching staff. Certified officials will be on hand.
There will also be periodic updates and additional information about the lacrosse schedule and teams. Check the website regularly for updates.
Session I - Sunday, November 5th to Sunday, December 17th - No lacrosse on December 3rd - tournament - 6 weeks
Session II - Sunday, January 7th to Sunday, February 25th - 7 weeks
Sunday Afternoon: 1:00 - 5:00 PM
- High School League - 3:00 - 5:00 PM
- High School player skill, drill and scrimmage - 4:00-5:00 PM
Players sign up individually and will be assigned to a team according to school, experience, position and time of registration. This will be league play. Teams will be assigned a weekly game time based on the number of teams entered. The time will rotate.
Rental equipment will be available at the Hot 4Lax facility during regular business hours. Best option is to stop by for a fitting prior to the start of lacrosse. Store is open on Saturday from 10:00-4:00 PM, as well as on weekdays. Allow an hour.
Location for Indoor Lacrosse:
Fees --REGISTER Now
Session I - Early Bird $140 to 10/1, $150 after 10/1
Session II - $195 by 12/1, $205 after 12/1.
Both Sessions - $345
On site registration is available based on space. However an additional $10 walk-up fee will be added.
Registration form is attached at the bottom of the section. Prorated feees will be assessed after the second session based on availability.
Team Fee - Players can be organized and grouped into a team and register together. Team coach or organizer will be responsible for roster, waivers, sideline management and individual check for entry fee. Team registration should be turned in by October 28th session 1 and December 6th for session 2.
Session I - Registration - $1,500
Session II - $2,150 by 12/1; $2,450 after 12/1
To register online, please click the link below or print the attached registration form, make checks payable to Hot4Lax and send to:
2236 W. BLUEMOUND ROAD SUITE G
WAUKESHA, WI 53186
Click Here for Online Registration
Full refunds can be offered up to four weeks prior to the start of the program. A partial refund my be available up to the start of the program. No Refunds once the program begins.
A player that is unable to participate due to an injury, may receive a prorated credit toward a future program. Players that are injured and can not continue playing will need a doctors note in order to be considered for a program credit.
WI Act 172 - Concussion Information
On April 2, 2012 the Wisconsin Legislature passed Act 172, a law requiring that all athletes, parents, and coaches participating in youth or High School athletic activity acknowledge by signature that they have been informed about the effects and symptoms of concussion before participating in the sport.