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Updated: Boys Lacrosse Club Grades 5-8

INDOOR SESSIONS OFFERED this November and December!  

Don't miss the opportunity to try lacrosse!

To all middle school athletes now is the time to try a great spring team sport and get some activity this fall. The sessions will be held at Bloomfield Hills Lahser Fieldhouse on Sundays at 3 p.m. The session dates are the Sundays of November 15 and 22, December 6, 13, and 20.

There is NO CHARGE to attend these indoor sessions.  We welcome any player who is currently on a travel team (such as 13 Mile/Juiced Cherries) to join us.  

For those with lacrosse experience, equipment is required. For those learning to play lacrosse  equipment will be provided if needed. There is limited equipment available so confirm with me you will need it.  

The sessions will be coached by BHHS Head Lacrosse coach and current/former University of Detroit Mercy lacrosse players. A donation to the BH Lacrosse Club is appreciated so we can continue to offer the sessions. Parent/guardian volunteers are needed and welcome!

Contact Jerry Meter, BHHS BLax, at for further information. The BH Lacrosse Club website will be updated regarding Late Fall and Winter sessions shortly.  These sessions will be held in the turfed Lahser fieldhouse.

COVID19 protocols will be in place including the use of masks for players, coaches and parents/guardians.

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