Club lacrosse provides opportunity
The Wooster Lacrosse Club was established in 1988, celebrating their 28 year.
This non-profit organization serves more than 120 boys and girls in grades K-12. The club focuses on team building and superior sportsmanship through hard work and dedication, according to woosterlacrosseclub.org.
Brayden Taylor (8) has been playing club lacrosse for three years.
The team got second in the division five state championship last season and though they lost many players, Taylor has high hopes for this year.
The eighth grade Wooster Lacrosse Club offered free stick skills lessons every Thursday night from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Gault; the sessions were open to all boys and girls grades K-8.
In addition to the free stick skills offered, the Wall Ball Warriors Program is a motivational program for young players and runs from Sept. 9 until Feb. 21.
“Players are to spend 70 minutes per week on the wall. Players completing the challenge will be rewarded with a one-of-a-kind Wall Ball Warriors gray T-shirt and the Top Wall Baller will also receive a $20 Chipotle Gift Card,” according to an informational page titled “The Wall Ball Warriors Program” on woosterlacrosseclub.org.
Registration for the spring team closed Feb 29 and the season began March 2.