FVLC first season a success
FVLS first season a success
To the communities of people that make up the Fraser Valley…thank you for the support you’ve shown the Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club this spring. To the schools, teachers, EGSD staff and administrators that helped facilitate getting the word out that youth lacrosse, both boys and girls, was available this spring…thank you. To the Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District and the Granby Recreation Department, thank you for the use of your facilities and support of the development of lacrosse here in the Fraser Valley. To US Lacrosse, the Colorado Chapter of US Lacrosse, The Lacrosse Outreach Foundation, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Hernado’s Pizza…thank you for helping to prop us up and trust our vision to develop a sustainable, not-for-profit, youth lacrosse program here in the Fraser Valley. Last, but not least, thank you to the first generation of kids and their parents, that came out and gave it their all this spring. You enthusiastically represented all of us in the Fraser Valley with your good sportsmanship, good attitudes and fun-loving spirit…We’re proud of you!
The Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club (FVLC) completed its inaugural season this past weekend by participating in the 2016 Colorado Lacrosse Jamboree at the Stenger Athletic Complex in Arvada, CO. In total, 45 kids from Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash and Granby made up this season’s Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club roster. The boys’ teams and girls’ team participated in three scrimmages, one home and two away, leading up to the U9 and U11 boys’ teams’ participation in the Colorado Lacrosse Jamboree. Over all, the club participated in seven competitive opportunities. The Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club will continue with developmental programs for both the boys game and girls game through the summer and extends an invitation to boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 14, interested in lacrosse, to give it a try.
For more information about the Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club and upcoming events, visit their website at http://www.fraservalleylax.usl.la
Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club
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