Lady Vipers Youth Lacrosse is the feeder program for Vandegrift High School Girls’ Lacrosse. The main goal is teaching the game of lacrosse by learning and mastering basic skills. Girls can participate in Lacrosse while playing other Spring sports.
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Our Youth Program consists of 3 teams divided by age: U10 Lightning (3rd/4th), U12 Juniors (5th/6th) and U14 Seniors (7th/8th grade). We are governed under the auspices of CAPLAX (Capital Area Girls' Lacrosse League) which is comprised of member programs located in the Austin, Texas and surrounding areas including Georgetown, Cedar Park, Leander, Lake Travis and Westlake. Required equipment consists of a girl's lacrosse stick, mouth guard, goggles, and cleats. Goalie equipment is provided by the club (helmet, gloves, chest pad, thigh and shin pads and goalie stick). No experience necessary.
WHERE: Four Points Middle School, lower fields
WHEN: February 5th until Spring Break
3rd-8th Grade Practices on Sundays 4-5:30 pm, Wednesdays 5:15-Sunset
After Spring Break to May 6th
3rd-6th Grade Monday/Wednesday 6-7:30 pm
7th-8th Grade Tuesday/Wednesday 6-7:30 pm
Games are played on Saturdays & Sundays starting on March 28th until May 6th. End of the season CAPLAX Championship Tournament is hosted at Town & Country fields in mid-May. NOTE: there is potential for weekday games.
See up to date Team Calendar in the tab above.
Registration opens November 1st. Informational meeting, recommended for new players, at Vandegrift High School's cafeteria on November 7th, 6:30 pm. Cost to participate for Spring 2020 is $450. Late registration (starting 01/08/2020) will cost $475 and closes 2/9/2020.
This year, we are offering a free clinic January 26th, 4-5:30 pm at Four Points Middle School, lower fields for everyone, including girls who are brand new to the sport! Mouth guard required, goggles and lacrosse sticks will be available to participants who do not own one yet.
The program is open to players of all skill levels, grades K through 2. Whether your daughter has played before or is just now wanting to pick up the game, we encourage you to sign up and tell a friend! At every skill level, clinics will focus on skill development (repetition and perfecting) and transitioning those skills in practices. Bring mouth guard. Goggles and sticks will be available to borrow.
AGES: Grades K-2nd
WHERE: Four Points Middle School
WHEN: Sundays, 4-5:00 pm
First practice March 29th through May 10th. On January 26th 4-5:30 am at FPMS, a FREE CLINIC open to girls K to 8th grades will give interested girls a chance to try and see what lacrosse is about.
Registration opens March 1, 2020.
The program is open to players of all skill levels, grades 1 through 8. Whether your daughter has been playing for years or just now wanting to pick up the game, we encourage you to sign up and tell a friend! At every skill level, clinics will focus on skill development (repetition and perfecting) and transitioning those skills in live games. Bring mouth guard, cleats, goggles and a stick. Goggles and sticks will be available for new players to borrow. Pinnies will be provided.
AGES: Grades 1-8
WHERE: River Place Elementary
WHEN: Saturdays, 9/7 TO 10/12, 9:30-11:00 am for 5th-8th grades and 11-12:30 for 1st-4th grades
The first day 9/7 is a free clinic to give interested girls a chance to try and see what lacrosse is about. It will include a City Tournament game on 10/19 at Town & Country for 3rd-8th graders.
Registration opens August 13, 2019.
The Lady Vipers Lacrosse Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the purpose of developing and promoting the play of lacrosse for girls in grades 1-12. It is dedicated to the skill development of youth lacrosse players at the recreational level, in the Vandegrift High School attendance zone in Austin, Texas.
This website is maintained by the Lady Vipers branch of the Vandegrift Lacrosse Club Booster Organization and is not a part of Vandegrift High School or the Leander Independent School District. Neither Vandegrift High School nor Leander ISD is responsible for the content of this web site or the content of links external to this website.