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We will begin registering boys in upcoming grades 3-8 for fall skills and drills. There will be two levels of clinics which are dependent on your grade level. Please note that for insurance requirements, a US Lacrosse Membership is required. If your child played in the spring at the 3rd grade level and above, he will already have the required US Lacrosse Membership. If you are new to the program or played at the 1/2 level in spring and are now in 3rd grade, this fee will cover the Spring 2015 season and you will not be required to renew at that time.
Grades 5/6 and 7/8 boys will be led by the Bethlehem Boys Modified Coach Bill Hogan. Coach Hogan is a former player at the University of Notre Dame (1993-95) and has been the boys Bethlehem Modified Coach since 2010.
Coach Hogan will be giving individualized instruction at these two levels and as a result, we are limiting these two levels to 15 boys at each level. This will be a 1st come - 1st serve basis. If there is a high demand, we will potentially add sessions after September. The focus is on individual attention and players will be instructed on how to increase speed, agility and endurance.
There will be an emphasis on stick skills (increase ability to shoot and dodge left and right
handed) and players will continue to develop fundamental lacrosse skills (scooping, passing, catching, face-off’s, offensive awareness, team defense, basic offensive sets, and crease
play) as well as learn defensive positioning and checks.
Clinics will run Monday and Wednesday, September 8th – October 1st
Where: Bethlehem Town Park Lacrosse Fields
Grades 5-6: 5:30-6:30pm
Grades 7-8: 6:30-7:30pm
Cost: $100 (8, 1 hour sessions)
Questions about the fundamentals of the 5/6 or 7/8 program? Please contact Coach Hogan at email@example.com.
Full gear required - stick, cup, full pads, helmet, mouth guard, please wear molded cleats and do not bring any balls to practice. (Bring plenty of water)
Grades 3/4 boys will run on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning September 8 - October 1st from 6-7 PM at the Bethlehem Town Park Fields.
The cost is $75.00 per player and the focus will be on continuing the fundamentals that these budding players have learned during the spring season. Coaches Adams and Gaffney will lead this group of boys, but parent volunteers are welcome! This is a great learning experience if you want to potentially coach or become an assistant coach in the spring.
Full gear required - stick, cup, full pads, helmet, mouth guard, please wear molded cleats and do not bring any balls to practice. (And plenty of water)
Coaching the Bethlehem varsity team and youth program, Corrigan has brought fellow coaches to LP for the learning experience.
For as much lacrosse as there is being played in New York State, there’s still a lot of room for growth, especially when it comes to girls lacrosse.
Lily Corrigan of the Bethlehem Lacrosse Club is one of the individuals at the forefront of the growth of women’s lacrosse in the Capital Region. For the second straight year, she’s brought teams to Lake Placid to help some of her most dedicated players develop and play against elite competition.
“I see so much potential,” said Corrigan. “We have some girls who athletically and competitively could probably make it at a DI or DII program. So we want them to have those opportunities and those vehicles and those platforms. Mostly it’s just knowing you can contend and compete.”
Corrigan attended and played lacrosse Bethlehem, where she’s now the varsity coach. She went to Harvard out of high school to play lacrosse and soccer, but injuries kept her off the field early in her career.
Seeing her calling, she says, “Developing and growing the game, teaching — I think that’s where it’s all at for me anyway.”
Since coming on board with the Bethlehem youth program, Corrigan has gotten more Capital area varsity coaches involved in the summertime, using events like Lake Placid as a learning experience for herself and her fellow Capital Region coaches. She praised tournament director George Leveille and Ashley Gersuk for instilling positive “values” into the Summit Classic and for running a tight ship that allows coaches to focus on their players and not logistics.
“We’re not coming up here expecting to beat everybody, but we want to contend, compete and learn,” Corrigan said. “And I have five (other varsity coaches) to give lots of feedback to the girls. That’s what we’re about.”
The Bethlehem program, which serves more than 400 girls and boys throughout the year, plans to partner with the Capital Women’s Lacrosse Project to open up their membership and offer more opportunities to girls. Corrigan’s program also works to grow women’s lacrosse through outreach efforts led by her young players.
“It’s kind of a multi-faceted,” she said. “I’ve got girls who do a lot of community service. We do a lot of coaching and mentoring, especially in underserved areas that don’t have a lot of lacrosse opportunities. That’s one of the ways we’re trying to grow the game and give back while we’re developing as top tier contenders.”
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