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Lacrosse Equipment Requirements
Boys required equipment:
Girls required equipment:
Girls Lacrosse stick
Goggles (for Lacrosse)
**Helmets are a new optional item for girls lacrosse. The helmet must be labeled as a girls lacrosse helmet. Boys helmets are not allowed in girls lacrosse. Check the Cascade website for details and information http://www.cascadelacrosse.com/
WHERE TO FIND EQUIPMENT:
Almost all equipment supplied for our players is purchased online through Lacrosse outlets. In Walton and Okaloosa counties, there are currently no stores who provide equipment. Below are some outlets and why we like to order from them:
Sport Stop does not charge for shipping over $49, and they do not charge a sales tax. Their equipment is fairly priced, and you can always find good equipment in stock. Most orders ship out the next day with a typical 3 to 5 day delivery. We have never had a bad experience with Sport Stop!
Fair prices, and they carry a lot of extra items you cannot find on the Sport Stop website.
Lax.com is an official supplier/partner for 30A Lacrosse Club.
Here are some other outlets used by 30A Lacrosse players and parents:
Q: How old do I have to be to play Lacrosse?
A: Kids in Kindergarden through High School are welcome at 30A Lacrosse and all organizations across the United States.
Q: What High Schools in the area offer Lacrosse as a Varsity Sport?
A: In Walton County, both South Walton and Seacoast Collegiate offer Lacrosse. Other schools in the Panhandle offering Lacrosse are: Niceville, Fort Walton Beach, Milton High School, Gulf Breeze High School, Pensacola High School, Pensacola Catholic High School, Navarre, West Florida Tech, Booker T. Washington High School, Escambia High School, and North Bay Haven in Panama City.
Q: Are you allowed to hit in Lacrosse?
A: Yes, you can check in boys Lacrosse. Girls Lacrosse is a bit different and no hitting is allowed.
Lacrosse is a physical sport, but it is not a collision sport like football. Players are not allowed to lower their shoulder and hit another player. Stick checking is legal, as long as it is not a one handed stick check. Body to body contact and pushing is also allowed as long as it is not in the back of the opposing player. Make no mistake, Lacrosse is a physical sport, but it is not a collision sport.
Q: When is Lacrosse played?
A: Lacrosse is traditionally a spring sport, and our recreation season starts in early February and will last until late April/early May. There are opportunities to play Lacrosse tournaments and attend camps over the summer months. In the Fall, we always play a short 5 or 6 week “Fall Ball” season.
Q: How can I learn more about Lacrosse?
A: YouTube has some great Lacrosse videos, as does the US Lacrosse website. Go to YouTube and US Lacrosse to look up some great videos about the game.
Q: How do I register?
A: Go back to our Home Page and click the Registration button! Make sure you register for the proper team.