The mission of the SVFLC is to promote the sport of lacrosse for the youth in Skagit Valley in order to develop their playing skills, to teach and encourage good sportsmanship, and to foster healthy competition.

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THE SKAGIT VALLEY FLYERS LACROSSE PROGRAM OFFERS GRADES K-12 AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE INTRODUCED AND TAUGHT AN AMAZING SPORT. WE OFFER BOYS, GIRLS, AND COED PROGRAMS.

THE INSTRUCTIONAL EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON LEARNING STICK SKILLS, GAME FUNDAMENTALS, GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP, WHAT IT MEANS TO BE PART OF A TEAM BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY -RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, HONOR AND ALWAYS SHOWING UP TO PARTICIPATE WITH 100% EFFORT AT ALL TIMES!!! 

A CHAMPION IS SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT SETTLE FOR THAT DAY'S PRACTICE, THAT DAY'S COMPETITION, THAT DAY'S PERFORMANCE. THEY ARE ALWAYS STRIVING TO BE BETTER. 

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2018 CitySideLax Bellingham Camp
04/24/2018
CitySideLax is coming to Bellingham again in 2018.  This year's...
Honor the Game-Boys Youth
03/02/2018
How do lacrosse players 'Honor the Game'? Seeing...
 
2018 CitySideLax Bellingham Camp

CitySideLax is coming to Bellingham again in 2018.  This year's camp will be from July 23rd-July 26th.  It will be held at Phillips 66 Soccer Park.  This year, the girls camp has been expanded to the full 3 days.  All players in 3rd through 11th grade for the 2017-2018 school year are eligible to participate. 

The regular price of this camp is $279.99.  SVFLC is partnering with CitySideLax once again to get discounted registration costs.  Our discount will be dependent on the number of players we send to the camp.  The only way to get the discounted pricing is to register on the SVFLC website for either the boys or girls camp.  

Do not pay at time of registration.  When we have established the final discount, we will notify everyone registered for payment.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

 

Jeff Burkholder


by posted 04/24/2018
Honor the Game-Boys Youth

How do lacrosse players 'Honor the Game'?

  • Seeing a player who goes out of his way to encourage and support his own teammates.
  • Noticing a player who consistently gives his all, playing hard but fair.
  • Recognizing verbally a good play, shot, or save by an opponent.
  • Helping an opponent up off of the ground.
  • Friendly banter between attackmen and defenders when the ball is on the other end of the field.
  • Reminding an opponent about is mouth guard or a loose piece of equipment.
  • Seeing an opponent who readily accepts a being called for penalty and makes a conscious effort to learn from his mistake.
  • Players who apologizes for a slash that was not called.
  • Recognizing players who willingly switch teams to help out an opponent who is short of players.
  • Congratulating an opposing goal keeper for making a great save.

by posted 03/02/2018
WHO WE ARE

Established in 2009, the SVFLC is an IRS registered 501c3. Our mission is to promote the sport of lacrosse for the youth in Skagit Valley in order to develop their playing skills, to teach and encourage good sportsmanship, and to foster healthy competition.

Contact us via U.S. Mail at:
SVFLC
P.O. Box 181
Burlington, WA  98233
             or
via email: svflyers2009@gmail.com

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Skagit River Park - Burlington OPEN (4/26) 
YMCA Bakerview Indoor - Mount Vernon OPEN (4/26) 
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