The Highlands Ranch Metro District offers lacrosse for boys and girls. We strive to promote the sport of lacrosse and its history, with emphasis in coaching and developing the fundamental skills and understanding of the game to the kids.
Introductory Lacrosse Programs
There’s no better way to learn the game and proper use of a lacrosse stick than an introductory lacrosse clinic for new players. This is a four-week introductory program. Lacrosse sticks will be provided.
Fee: Resident: $50 Nonresident: $58
Location: Marcy Park
|Season||Dates||Time||Registration deadline||Activity #|
|Spring||April 8, 15, 22, 29||10-11:30 a.m.||Monday, April 3||401508-A|
|Summer||July 8, 15, 22, 29||10-11:30 a.m.||Monday, July 3||101502-A|
|Fall||Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30||10-11:30 a.m.||Monday, Sept. 4||201502-B|
Programs are offered during the spring, summer and fall.
CARA Recreational 7 v 7 Lacrosse Leagues
Boys and girls coed teams play in the Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics (CARA). This league is designed for beginner lacrosse players or players looking for a more recreational league. Teams will travel for away games against other CARA teams. All teams are scheduled for seven games.
|Required Equipment||Lacrosse helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, stick, protective cup and a mouth guard. Rib pads and throat protectors are optional, but recommended.|
|Season||Turf practices begin the week of Feb. 27.
Grass practices begin the week of March 13.
Games begin March 18 and end April 29 (depending on weather).
CARA Fall Lacrosse League
Teams play in the Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics (CARA). Practices begin in August, and games are played from September through October.
Please check back for 2017 information.
Learn from the Pros Lacrosse Clinic
Held in February, Colorado Mammoth players and coaches conduct a two-hour coaches and players clinic.
Please check back for 2018 information.
Boys Lacrosse Camp
Grades K – 9
Whether you are a new or an experienced player, this five-day camp is a great opportunity to learn and hone your skills.
Required equipment: shoulder pads, helmet, gloves, arm pads, mouthpiece and a stick
Fee: Resident: $110 Nonresident: $121
Location: Shea Stadium
|Dates||Time||Registration deadline||Activity #|
|June 19 – 23||9 a.m. – noon||Friday, June 16||#102202-A|