Everyone is invited to celebrate Nevada Day and Halloween with some fast-paced purely-for-the-fun-of-it 3v3 lacrosse for the whole family. We’ll have prizes for the winning teams. We’ll have prizes for the best costumes. And because it’s Halloween, we’ll have treats for everyone.
Fall Ball 2021 will be skills, drills, and fun forms of conditioning. We may look to schedule some games or scrimmages, but this is TBD.
The season will run from Tuesday, Sept. 7, through Thursday, Oct. 21. 7 Weeks.
Boys will be on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM.*
Girls will be on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM.*
*[subject to change based on field allocations]
Fields are TBD, but with soccer back in session, probably Meadow Park.
Fees for this year’s program will be discounted to $45 per player. Sibling discounts will still apply.
Note: An annual US Lacrosse membership is required ($35). Your spring membership should still be valid.
Rentals will be distributed the first week of practice. Stay tuned for more info.
**We are looking for help coaching. Fall is a great time to get started on your Tribe coaching career.
The Truckee Tribe Lacrosse Club is an all-volunteer organization that relies heavily on the member support we get each season for coaching and coordinating. In these unprecedented times, relying on these volunteers is as critical as ever, and your support is being called upon.
As such, if we are unable to garner enough volunteer coaches to have a safe program for our kids, then we will be forced to cancel the fall season and refund Tribe fees.
Likewise, if any family registers but later decides to not participate for any reason through the first 2 weeks, refunds will be given at 100%
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
After receiving feedback from members, and in order to align our club with other local area youth sports clubs, and with our league (HSLL), we have amended out Air Quality Policy to use a threshold of 125, down from 150.
Head coaches and Tribe board officers will determine if play or practice is safe by 3pm.
AQI of 125 or above
UNHEALTHY: All practices are cancelled or moved inside if a location is available. Games will be rescheduled or cancelled. If the AQI is less than 150 and descending, a game may begin if the referee present believes the AQI will continue to drop and the game can be completed safely.
AQI is 100 - 124
Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups:
Practices will proceed, however, coaches should:
Send notice to their respective teams that the AQI is between 100 and 125, and that players sensitive to a higher AQI should not participate.
Continue to monitor the AQI and discontinue practice if the AQI reaches 125.
Monitor athletes for any signs of sensitivity to air pollution or smoke.
Limit and control running and conditioning
Increase the number of water and rest breaks
Limit or excuse those student-athletes that are members of the sensitive group
Check the AQI periodically to stay updated on changing conditions. If AQI reaches, 125 practice is cancelled or everyone must go inside.
Please review additional important information regarding Air Quality Index and monitoring from the Washoe County Health District.
Head coaches and Tribe board officers will determine if play or practice is safe
Additionally, coaches will keep us posted on their assessment as practices approach. In all cases, we ultimately leave the decision of whether or not a child should participate to the discretion of the parent. Air quality can vary within Truckee, conditions are subject to change, and each player's circumstances are unique.