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2016 Winter Boys and Girls FREE Try Lacrosse Clinics in LA and OC!

Leverage Lacrosse Announces LA/OC “Try Lacrosse” Clinics Leverage Lacrosse wants to introduce your child to the great sport of Lacrosse! These FREE clinics will be for beginners / intermediate boys & girls to learn the basic skills needed to play lacrosse. Players do not need equipment. Sticks will be provided. Although if your son or daughter has a stick, they are welcome to bring it. Please RSVP to coach@leveragelacrosse.com with your son or daughter’s grade and clinic they will be attending Come out and see what the Leverage Family is all about! “Try Lacrosse”  Clinic Information Los Angeles Date: Thursday, February 25th Location: Waller Stadium at Mira Costa High School, 1401 Artesia Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 (click for map) Boys: 6:30pm to 7:10pm – 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade 7:20pm to 8:00pm – 6th, 7th, 8th Grade Girls: 6:30pm to 7:10pm – 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade 7:20pm to 8:00pm – 6th, 7th, 8th Grade Orange County Date: Wednesday, February 24th Location: Arnold Park, Cypress,...

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The 2016 Leverage Spring Coaches are an impressive Group!

At Leverage, we pride ourselves on building fundamentally sound, team first lacrosse players and that starts with great coaching. This spring, we have assembled a fantastic group of coaches to work with our boys and girls teams. All our coaches have college playing experience, but more importantly, they are all current High School Head or Top Assistant Coaches in Southern California!    Christopher Jewett Providence College Varsity Boys Head Coach Los Alamitos High School  Jesse Cox Whittier College Varsity Boys Head Coach Redondo Union High School Tom Borgia Rutgers University Varsity Girls Head Coach Redondo Union High School  Brad Brandenburg Colorado Mesa University Varsity Boys Defensive Coordinator Los Alamitos High School Aaron Karsh Concordia University Varsity Boys Head Coach Mira Costa High School Jamie Davis-Siegel UC Santa Cruz JV Boys Head Coach Los Alamitos High Scho...

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