El Dorado Hills Youth Lacrosse is committed to preserving the "Honor of the Game" for the players, coaches, officials, parents, and all others who enjoy the sport of lacrosse.

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Welcome to the 2015-2016 El Dorado Hills Youth Lacrosse season!
Women's National Team Clinic - December 5th

Team USA is coming to Martinez, CA!

Learn from the World Champion U.S. Women's National Team at our instructional clinics for girls in grades 3-12, with autograph session to follow. Attendees' US Lacrosse membership must be current through the date of the clinic.

Date: SATURDAY, December 5, 2015 (correction from previous email)
Time- Grades 3-8: 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Time- Grades 9-12: 12:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Location: Alhambra High School, 150 E Street, Martinez, CA 94553
Who: Girls in grades 3-12

Registration Fees:
$60 in advance
$70 week of 
Walk up registrations will not be available.


Please contact Keely McCarthy with any questions

Click here to view the official clinic flyer

by posted 11/20/2015
EDH Youth Lacrosse Awarded 2015 Sportsmanship Grant

US Lacrosse is providing sportsmanship grants to 32 lacrosse organizations in 12 states to help subsidize educational workshops for athletes, parents and administrators conducted by US Lacrosse’s national partner, Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA). 

With a total value of $65,000, the grants are designed to support US Lacrosse’s commitment to make the game a positive, character-building experience for all participants. 

"US Lacrosse is proud to partner with the PCA in creating a positive lacrosse culture, and these workshop grants help to support that shared vision for the game,” said Meghan Chaplick, senior manager of programs at US Lacrosse. “We’re glad that these grants will enable more players, parents and program leaders to experience these valuable educational workshops.”

The grants allow recipient organizations to host up to three PCA workshops for its members. The three workshop options are:

1. Leading Your Organization: Developing a Positive Coaching Culture

Leaders (board members, administration, etc.) learn how to establish and sustain a Positive Coaching Culture so that every member of the organization understands what it means to “Honor the Game.”

2. The Second-Goal Parent

Parents learn how to help their kids get the most out of the lacrosse experience and to focus on their role as a Second-Goal Parent in maintaining the Positive Culture.

3. Becoming a Triple-Impact Competitor

Athletes will have more fun, increase their capacity to develop and learn, and will be more likely to return to play lacrosse next year.

Learn more about the US Lacrosse-PCA partnership by clicking here.

by posted 11/10/2015