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Boy's Lacrosse. (ages 8-14, excluding high school students). Games and practices will be held at Lakeshore Park on Lyons View. All games (Saturday mornings in the spring and Monday nights in the fall) will be played on Anderson Field and River Field, which are high school-sized baseball fields that have convenient rest rooms. Teams will play about 8+ 1-hour games during the season. Teams will be given one additional practice time during the week at the Pool Field at Lakeshore. Fee: $175 (spring/fall)

NEW! Girl's Elementary School Lacrosse. (K-4th grade) Games and practices will be held at Lakeshore Park on Lyons View Pike. The fall season is September-October and the spring season is March-May. Each season includes 10+ practices and fun short field inter-squad games held once or twice per week. Fee: $125 (spring/fall): includes jerseys.

NEW! Girl's Middle School Lacrosse. (5th-8th grade) Practices will be held at Lakeshore Park on Lyons View Pike. The fall season is September-October with 10+ practices, inter-squad games and possible tournament play (5 vs. 5 or 7 vs. 7). The spring season begins in February with practices being held two weeknights per week and one weekend day, then in March we’ll practice 2 nights a week, plus 10+ games on Saturdays through May. Fee: $175 (fall); $215 (spring); includes jerseys.

2014 Fall Lacrosse Season Begins: September 2014

EQUIPMENT
Boys will be required to wear full equipment, including helmit (Nocsee approved), mouth guard, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, and stick. A goalie and defensemen must have protective cup. For more info and/or advice on any of the above, feel free to ask the coach: Denis Tippo, dtippo@gmail.com.

Girls will be required to have: a stick (be sure it's specifically a girls version which is quite different from boys); goggles to protect eyes mouth guard (must be colored, not clear, any color will do); cleats (soccer cleats are OK, but there are lacrosse specific cleats that can be purchased; gloves are optional and not protective - more for cold weather - most girls prefer not to wear them. For more info and/or advice on any of the above, feel free to ask the coach: Peter Koeppen, peterkoeppen@comcast.net.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONs
Q: My son is only 7 years old. Can he still play KYS Lacrosse?
A: Yes, if you think he has the athletic ability and size to do so, it's your choice.

Q: Are KYS Lacrosse players all experienced and have played several years?
A: On the contrary. Whether players are 8 or 14, a high percentage of them are new to the sport.

Q: Who are the coaches in the KYS Lacrosse program?
A: One is a former professional lacrosse player; another is a former high school lacrosse coach; and several are former college or current high school players from around Knoxville.

Q: What are the seasons for lacrosse?
A: KYS Lacrosse is played in both the spring (Saturday mornings) and in the fall (Monday nights).

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