Vetta Sports Lacrosse

Sports, Recreation & Fitness

Now registering for Winter sessions! Vetta Sports offers Lacrosse instruction for boys and girls available at three locations in the St. Louis metro area. Vetta Lacrosse is presented in partnership with St. Louis Samurai Lacrosse for coaching resources, and is dedicated to teaching skill development, sportsmanship, making Lacrosse FUN for all ages and building lacrosse in the St. Louis area.

Various skill and age levels are offered:

Learn to Play 1 is for boys and girls in kindergarten through 2nd grade who have never played before and would like to learn introductory skills to the sport of Lacrosse. Entry-level sticks will be available.

Learn to Play 2 is for boys in 3rd though 6th grade who have never played before and would like to learn introductory skills to the sport of Lacrosse. Entry-level sticks will be available.

Developmental ILAX (Instructional Lacrosse League) is for boys and girls who have limited Lacrosse experience but would like to play in a recretional and competitive program. Teams are being formed in the U9, U11 and U13 age groups. The program includes one practice and one game per week. Full equipment is required.

Advanced is for high school girls and boys. Individual and team registration is available, and full equipment is required. The emphasis is on player development, improving stick skills and decision-making in tight spaces.

Lacrosse is available at Vetta locations in St. Louis County and St. Charles County. All players receive a program t-shirt and shorts!

For more information, to view the class schedule and to sign up, visit vettasports.com

 

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