The Eureka Youth Lacrosse program was founded in 2008 so that boys in 3rd through 8th grade who will attend Eureka High School have the opportunity to learn lacrosse and grow together as teammates. Every year, we welcome new players from every grade level. You do not have to enter the program as a 3rd grader to play.
The youth program develops lacrosse skills through interactive instruction to provide a positive, safe, fun and competitive lacrosse experience. Players increase their knowledge of the game, build age appropriate skills, develop team work skills for the next level of play.
Learn to Play sessions are held each fall and winter to introduce new players to the sport and to give returning players a chance to practice and learn more during the off-season.
The Winter 2019 Learn to Play/Practice session will run on Saturday afternoons from December 15th through February 16th at...
Midwest Hockey (Queeny Park)
570 Weidman Rd
Ballwin, Mo. 63011
Session times vary.
12/15: 2:30 - 4pm
12/22: 3:30 -5 pm
1/5: 3:30 - 5pm
1/12 & 1/19 : 5:30 - 7pm
1/26 thru 2/16 - 4:30 - 6 pm
The fee for the program (9 one and a half hour sessions ) is $50. You will also need to have a valid US Lacrosse Membership (annual fee of $30).
Click here to register. Spaces are limited.
The youth teams play in the St. Louis Youth Lacrosse Association League during the spring season. Games are held on Sundays in April and May at Lou Fusz Soccer Park or SportPort in Maryland Heights.
Practices are typically held on week nights and are broken up by age group. The exact practice schedules and locations will be set in late February. In the past we have practiced at LaSalle Springs Middle School. Practices typically begin in mid-March.
The fee for the Spring 2019 season is $250. A deposit of $75 is due at the time of registration and the balance is due on March 1st..
Teams are assigned by age. Players will be notified of team assignments after spring registration closes.
Director, Youth Program
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