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Sports unite, create friendships and togetherness. It's a great way to keep in shape while having fun with a team. South Jersey Boys Box Lacrosse League is always looking for new members to join and become active members of our league. To learn more, please mail us at email@example.com.
SJBBLL is back for another season .
Registration Begins NOW !!! Limited Team Spots are available .
This Session “Winter 1” we are expanding and operating out of 3 venues . We will be operating out of ISC Mt Laurel, ISC Cherry Hill and Choice Inline Skating in Sewell NJ .
We are also adding - in co-operation with Ruff Lax in Cherry Hill,NJ - a theory/practice and safety course on the differences of field lacrosse and box lacrosse.
Each Player will receive AAU Insurance, 7 weeks of hour long games, class room time and more…
Early Registration is $165.00 / player. ( From now till October 14 )
Late Registration Starts October 15 and is $180.00
Mt Laurel ISC
Dates: 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 12/6, 12/13 & 12/20
Time : 7-11 AM
U15 - North Division
Dates : 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 12/6, 12/13 & 12/20
8:30 -10:30 PM
Choice Inline Skating Center
U-15 - South Division
Friday Night - 11/7 & 11/14
Saturday Nights - 11/15, 11/22, 12/6, 12/13 & 12/20
8:30 -10:30 PM
Cherry Hill ISC
High School JV
Saturday Nights 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 12/6, 12/13 & 12/20
8:30 - 11:30 PM
Early Registration is Open from now till October 14 - $165.00
Late Registration Starts October 15 - $180.00
Registration includes AAU Insurance, Rink Time, Ref Fee’s, (7) - one hour games and a (1) Hour clinic at RuffLax . (30) minute theory class on Box lacrosse and (30) minute turf time to apply classroom lessons.
Age Definitions -
U -13 ( Born on or before 9/1/03 )
U -15 ( Born on or before 9/1/01)
JV = 9 & 10 th grade players
"The handful of Minnesota Swarm players taking part in Wednesday's small practice session were a bit late to arrive, but the four Canadians had a good reason: they had to watch the second period of Canada's hockey game against Latvia in the Sochi Olympics.
Even among these professional lacrosse players, hockey still runs in their blood.
In a country where hockey dominates, lacrosse is a close second in Canada. Most kids who play hockey in the winter will make the transition to lacrosse in the summer after the hockey season is done. Now, the State of Hockey is seeing a similar trend as lacrosse is becoming a more popular sport.
Thanks in part to the Swarm's involvement in spreading the game, more and more Minnesotans are playing box -- or indoor -- lacrosse. It's the preferred version of the sport in Canada, and an increasing number of youth in Minnesota are making the transition from field lacrosse to box lacrosse."
“American field players would really help themselves if they were exposed to a steady stream of box experience.” – University of Virginia Head Coach, Dom Starsia
Even though field lacrosse purists continue to try, there’s no denying the impact of box lacrosse on the landscape of the sport as a whole. Box lacrosse players are consistently being recruited to play at the highest levels of collegiate field lacrosse, and with good reason. Box players bring a different skill set to the field game with superior stick skills, scoring ability and toughness.