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Dec   6U 7U 8U 9U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U
   
Age Bracket Rule Age Focus Fundamental:  
15U to 19U WHSBLA HS Training to Compete  
13U to 14U NSYL 78 Training to Train First Step in True Competetive Play, Learning to Love to Train  
11U - 12U NSYL 56 The Stick and The Team First Intro 10 v 10 Concepts and Relationship to the Ball - Man to Man  
9U to 10U NSYL 34 The Stick and We Fundamental Focus on Individual and Relationship to 1 other Player on the Field
7U to 8U NSYL K2 The Stick and Me Fundamental Focus on Individual Stick Work  
6U   Discovery Early Stage Development Love the Game as a Gift        

THREE TIER DEVELOPMENT

COED Small Sided Recreational 

No Pads, No Problem,

As a foundational level for first time intro players we offer a fun small sided lacrosse program that is virtually free to play and fun for all ages (even adults so parents lets get out and play with our kids).

The entry level requirement are only a stick and a passion for play. So no helmets or pads and we play with a soft ball 3v3 or 4v4 and a smaller goal as an option to open the sport to lower cost and higher access and engagement.

  • Beginner level of play

  • Focus on basics and developing a love of the game

  • Difficult to have high level training

Scholastic Boys and Girls Fields 

Pride and Development

North County Lacrosse supports the two scholastic leagues in our state. North Sound Youth Lacrosse (NSYL) as well as Washington State High School Boys Lacrosse (WSHBLA) and Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association (WSLA) that are recognized as the state equivalent with WIAA. In addition we are looking to grow our own internal county league North County Lacrosse League (NCLL) that offers the same experiences year round for those players interested.

These teams are a full field season spring focused for school age athletes that are preparatory for college and other scholastic level dedicated development play. Currently we are excited to eventually partner with and grow to plant club programs in each of the county school districts similar to how each high school team in Bellingham.  

  • 2-4 years of experience

  • Focus on individual and team skill development

  • Incorporates all aspects of our player development model

Premier Elite Travel Teams

Dedication Defined

With a dedicated community of players and athletes, we hope to build on the foundations to give those players looking for the highest level of opportunity to play we can provide. Eventually we would like to take our U18 teams to play in tournaments across the country and open possibilities for higher level recruiting both in college and post collegiate in the US and Canada. 

We would love to take one of our high school age teams to travel to Holland and abroad and show case the athletic and personal character development that the Lynden, Ferndale, Blaine, Nooksack and Mt Baker areas are already well known for in other sports.

  • 4 years of play experience select try outs.

  • Demanding Schedule, Less Local

  • Focus on competition only and highest level skill development