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Dear LTRC Lacrosse Parents,
We wanted to take a moment to provide you with an update on the season and some resources for your kids to find creative ways to work on their skills.  Unfortunately, we do not have any additional information regarding when/if we can re-start the season.  We have reached out to the county to ask about the possibility of extending our season into the summer and will have more information when we are cleared to play.
While at home, we strongly encourage your kids to find any way possible to use their lacrosse stick.  Playing with parents and siblings, finding a wall or using a bounceback are great ways to sharpen skills. 
Here are some great resources and ideas to keep playing! 
Lacrosse x Tennis (Lax game on a tennis court)
For coaches- this is a great time to join/log in to US Lacrosse and take advantage of the online resources including Level 1 and Level 2 Certification, viewing sessions from this year’s LaxCon meeting in January or brushing up on rules, practice planning tools or reading through the LTRC Coaches Manual.  We know its tough being away from the sport but reaching out to your team through online meeting platforms can at least bring the team together.    
We will continue to keep you updated as we wait for info.  In the meantime, stay safe.

Spring Lacrosse OPENING DAY

is March 7th.  

Our younger age groups will kick off the season on Saturday March 7th at Seminary Park.  The full schedule can be found by clicking here


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Lutherville Lacrosse Mission Statement:
To develop and maximize each boy and girl’s ability, understanding, and appreciation for the game of lacrosse. To encourage and promote their capacity to play with fairness, intensity, and respect for all other players, coaches, officials, and themselves.