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2012 Summer League Introductory Camp Refund Policy
Burning River Lacrosse's camps have a limited refund policy. Camp fee refunds will only be granted on the basis of medical emergencies / conditions. All refund requests must be in writing and a letter / documentation from the doctor / hospital of record must accompany the request verifying the medical emergency / condition. Refund requests will be charged a $25 paperwork fee and be prorated based on when they are received.
How Do I Register For The 2012 Summer League Introductory Camp?
Registration is simply and easy once you have a Burning River Lacrosse account. If you have an account please login and then click on the 'REGISTRATIONS' button under the 'YOUR ACCOUNT' heading. Full directions are available by
clicking here League Registration Directions. If you do not have a account simply click on the create an account
link above and follow the directions. If you have any questions about the camp or the registration process please contact us at 216.373.5684
2012 Summer League Introductory Camp Mission
Our camps are focused on the goal of improving the camper’s fundamental skills. Our camps are not team camps but skills camps where the vast majority of time is spent teaching techniques and fundamentals in individual or small group sessions.
Who Can Attend The 2012 Summer League Introductory Camp?
Any Youth and Middle School players interested in picking up the game of lacrosse. This camp is meant to teach players who are new to the game basic fundamentals and help prepare them to take part in our Summer League. Every year we get players, with very limited experience, come out and take part in our leagues but often look for more instruction other than what the practices provide prior to the league games. This three hour introductory camp will give players a chance to learn more about the game in a smaller instructional setting.
2012 Summer League Introductory Camp - June 11, 2012 (see Flyer)
Burning River Lacrosse (BRL) presents a one day introductory skills camp for players who are new to the sport of lacrosse. The camp is for Youth and Middle School (1st-8th Grade) Players looking to learn the basic fundamentals of the game. For the first part of the camp we will review the positions on the field and the basic rules of the game. Then we will cover the most crucial fundamentals starting with cradling, passing, catching and then working our way to other important skills such as groundballs, dodging, playing defense, and shooting.
June 11th, 2012
The camp will be held from 9:00 AM- 12:00PM
The Camp costs $30. Note: A $25 processing fee will be assessed to any returned checks.
For directions on how to register for any of our Events (League, Camps, Clinics, etc.) please click on the link below.
If you have any questions about the camp or the registration process please contact us at 216.373.5684
Registration deadline (Final)
Sunday, May 27, 2012. Late registrations are on a case by case basis and will be assessed a $20 surcharge.
The camp is held at the Broadview Heights Recreation Center (9543 Broadview Road).
Directions from the North (I-77) Follow I-77 south (Akron) to exit 149 OH 82 (West/East Royalton road). Turn right/west on West Royalton road towards Broadview Heights. (2 miles) Turn left on Broadview Road Go 1/2 mile. Facility is on the left.
Directions from the South (I-71) Follow I-77 North (Cleveland to exit 149 OH 82 (West/East Royalton road). Turn left/west on West Royalton road towards Broadview Heights. (2 miles) Turn left on Broadview Road Go 1/2 mile. Facility is on the left.
Burning River Lacrosse's directors / coaches are some of the area’s top college coaches, high school coaches, and college players (BR Alumni). Burning River's coaches are focused on the goal of improving a player’s individual / fundamental stick skills, his positional skill set (Attack, Midfield, Defense and Goaltending), and his understanding of team concepts (Transition and Set Piece Offense and Defense) play. We do this by spending the vast majority of our coaching time teaching techniques and fundamentals in individual or small group sessions.
If you have a BR lax pinnie please bring it so everyone matches. If you do not have a BR Lax pinnie, you are allowed to wear any pinnie you want as long as it is not one of our competitors.
We have water coolers at the field but you need to bring containers.
Each player must bring a full set of equipment (helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, athletic cup, mouth piece, and stick) to each session. Goalies must wear a throat guard. NO EXCEPTIONS !
The fields are grass. Plan accordingly.
Burning River does not provide medical insurance. All players must have their own medical insurance.
All participants are requierd to have the following waivers
We play in all weather except lightening. Lightening will delay things 30 minutes but we will still try to get the camp in if the lightening was earlier in the morning. A passing storm at 7 AM does not cancel the camp. If it is raining who cares this is not baseball we play. If they get muddy so be it. Kids love mud (at least my kids do) and the washing machine cleans up their clothes. Some of you will ask at what point will you call it for rain? I will put it this way, unless you see animals lining up two by two and a man building an arc we will play.