This week’s Hot Pot remembers Andrew Romando, a young lacrosse player who lost his life far too early. We want to help his teammates in any way we can, and we found a way where we can ALL help them out! It’s simple, easy, and worth it!
It’s all about the kids! More kids play lacrosse today than ever before. Our sport is quickly becoming the #1 choice for young athletes.
Want to watch a youth lacrosse player absolutely lose their mind on the field? Get slashed, slash them back, drop your stick and tackle your opponent! Is this how we honor and Grow The Game?
This week’s Hot Pot looks at Fall Ball #forthekids, and how we can learn from non-hotbed areas! Plus Syracuse, George Huguely trial, lacrosse stick assault in MA, news and a video from Royal Lacrosse!
It is common knowledge that our most important mission at LaxAllStars.com is to Grow The Game. Today we check in with a local lacrosse player and coach from the rural area of McCall, Idaho to find out how he is working to help this emerging area become a lacrosse hotbed.
Rhino Lacrosse Academies are known for a lot of great things, one of them being their World Famous competitions held at each camp location nationwide.
The last day of camp was sure to put a nice bang on what had already been an awesome camp. It was clear to much of the staff that this was a bitter/sweet day when we asked the kids to try and pack up most of their things and the realization that this was it […]
The much anticipated day of the Xcelerate Olympics was upon us. All the coaches had been pumping this day up all week and let’s just say nobody slept in on this scorcher of a day.
The second day is underway and after a nice early hardy breakfast and waking up those campers that couldn’t manage to get up after the first wake-up call, they were out on the field ready to play some lax.
Corvallis! ARE YOU READY! Xcelerate lacrosse camp is off and running in the great state of Oregon and the kids are ready to go. This four day camp should be action packed so stay tuned for some sweet footage of the happenings of camp throughout the week.
The last day in the beautiful city of bend is upon us. I think we can all say that we are sad to see it go. The kids of Bend and Oregon in general have been killing it on the field the past few days and the last day shouldn’t be any different.
With the help of a little pep talk from Coach G and Coach Cost, along with a nice shady morning, campers gave their all to excel their game to the next level.
A middle school player dodges four players with two swim dodges, a face dodge and a behind the back split dodge. Is this kid the NEXT BIG THING in lacrosse? Or do all need to chill out?
Final day of camp and myself and all the campers are wishing that this fun extravaganza could continue forever.
A much needed shady breezy morning to start of the day in the city of Trees.
From the beginning of Day 2 you could sense that it was going to be a good day. Everyone was eager for yet another fun day of learning and competition on the lax field and boy oh boy did this day provide that.