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Save the Date! Boys Select Tryouts Scheduled for October 17th and 24th

Boys Select tryouts will be held on Monday October 17th and Monday October 24th this year.  Tryouts will be at Pyebrook.

U13s:  4:30 - 5:30 pm

U15s:  5:30 - 6:30 pm.

Please note, you must come 15 minutes early to check-in.  Otherwise, we cannot start on time.  Please have your son wear his pinnie from last year.  Full equipment is required.

Registration for tryouts will open late in the week of 9/26.  Please check back here to learn when it is open.  Tryout fee is $20, to cover the cost of the fields and professional coaches.

For more information on our boys' Select program, please see our Select team page.


Pentucket Tournament

Despite the wild temperature fluctuation between Saturday and Sunday, our Tribal players had a great showing at the Pentucket lacrosse tournament!

Congratulations to our U13 Girls and U13 Boys (Town and Select) champions!

And thank you to all the Tribal families who visited Lauren Dillon's tent to help raise money for the Boston Firefighters Burn Foundation.


2 Tribal Alumni Playing for the Cannons this year!!

Congratulations to Craig Bunker (midfielder) and James Fahey (defenseman) on being named to the 2016 MLL Boston Cannons roster!  Also, congratulations to Craig on being named a 2015 All-Star!!

The Cannons are once again playing at Harvard Stadium, so please come out and support our former players by attending a game this season!  It's a lot of fun!

https://www.bostoncannons.com/articles/boston-cannons-announce-25-man-active-roster-to-begin-the-2016-major-league-lacrosse-season

   


Tribal's own Craig Bunker getting ready to take a face-off


Coaching Information

Please visit our Coaches page to get information on registering and requirements.

http://www.triballax.org/page/show/24134-information-for-coaches


Important Links


HELMET UPDATE

Recently two types of lacrosse helmets were deemed NOT certified by NOCSAE and therefore not safe to use.  One of those helmets, the Cascade R, now has a procedure in place to modify and re-certify its use at no cost to the customer.  Go to http://r.cascadelacrosse.com The other helmet, the Warrior Regulator, has not yet announced plans for modification.

** Please note that Cascade has other helmet models with the letter "R" in them, such as CPX-R, CPV-R, and CS-R, which are NOT included in this issues; they are still certified as NOCSAE approved.