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Claremont Lacrosse - weekly schedule Nov. 28 - Dec. 2

Posted by Claremont Lacrosse on Nov 27 2016 at 11:22PM PST
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Hi all

Hope the weekend finished well and everyone was able to warm up and stay dry today. Also hope everyone enjoyed the weekend and the rare opportunity to watch their son compete in a Claremont uniform playing lacrosse. I hope the guys enjoyed themselves and were also proud of their efforts and accomplishments over the two days. It’s great to be able to get a chance to put into competition what we work on so much during practice/class.

All in all a very good weekend by your sons playing lacrosse in front of friends and family as well as representing the school and the program in a very good fashion. In total Claremont teams played 15 games this past Fri and Sat and came away with 15 victories. As well, with the help of the student government and the teachers involved I think the feature game and seniors night was a special evening for our grade 12’s and their parents. All that were there felt it was our best one yet (and the boys play was pretty special too).

Would like to thank all parents and players for their contribution to a successful 11th annual Spartan Shootout. The time spent helping score, set up fields, and raise dollars for the program are very much appreciated and a huge part of what makes for a well run tournament.

In particular I would like to pay special thanks to Caroline Mace, Cheryl Dobbie, and Michelle Glanfield for their outstanding help and time to make the tourney run. Caroline for coordinating the volunteers, Cheryl for her help with Friday Night Lights and the fundraising, and Michelle for putting together an outstanding program.

This week Mon and Wed will be at school (PE and/or fitness), Tues/Thur will be at the turf. Friday approx. half of the guys will be heading to Seattle for a tourney. Those details will be coming home either tomorrow or Tuesday in your son’s hands. I would like those forms and $$ back by Thur morning at the latest (sooner is better).

Exception to the schedule above is for the Grade 10’s on Monday as they are scheduled to get their first aid certification – it will take all 4 classes tomorrow and is a great resume builder as well as obvious life skills earned. If a test or major project is critical to attend regular classes, then please have your son let me know – the instructor comes back in semester two but they will end up taking with another class. So for tomorrow, grade 10’s are to not get changed and plan on going to upstairs to the weight room for the day of instruction.

Thanks,
Coach Reisig