Pine Bush Raptors (Boys) & Thunder (Girls) is a Youth Lacrosse Club open to players of all abilities and townships. We currently have Boys & Girls grade 1-2, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 teams playing in the Mid-Hudson Lacrosse League.

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   We will Be Opening the Registration For the Spring Season Very Soon!!!

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Continuing Ed - PBCS
11/27/2021
NEW Equipment Regulations
11/18/2021
  As per USA Lacrosse ALL Boys/Goalie Chest Protectors...
2022 New Boys Equipment Regulations - CHEST PADS
11/18/2021
2022 New Girls Equipment Regulations
11/18/2021
2021 Goalie equipment Regulations
11/18/2021
Free Lax In The Fall
11/11/2021
The Pine Bush Youth Lacrosse Club will be hosting an...
Covid Protocol
11/11/2021
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Continuing Ed - PBCS


by posted 11/27/2021
NEW Equipment Regulations

 

As per USA Lacrosse ALL Boys/Goalie Chest Protectors Now Must have the Commotio Cordis Protection... ALL ages must comply for 2022

 

As parents and players consider purchasing new lacrosse equipment, one important thing to keep in mind is a new rule as it relates to commotio cordis protection.

 

Beginning in 2021, the use of goalie chest protectors that meet the new NOCSAE performance standard will be mandatory in the US Lacrosse boys’ and girls’ youth rules, the NFHS boys’ and girls’ high school rules, and the NCAA men’s and women’s rules.

 

Beginning in 2022, US Lacrosse boys’ field players, NFHS boys’ field players, and NCAA men’s field players must also wear commotio cordis protection that meets the NOCSAE ND200 standard.

 

A complete list of products meeting the standard is available on the SEI website.

 

Commotio cordis is a type of sudden cardiac arrest caused by a blunt, but often relatively mild, blow to the area of the chest directly over the heart occurring during a precise moment of the heart's cycle.

 

“Mandating the use of chest protection that meets the performance standard will make lacrosse safer,” said Dr. Mark Link, a board-certified cardiac electrophysiologist and worldwide authority on commotio cordis who is a longtime member of the US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee.

 

Taken from USA Lacrosse website - Link

 

 

by posted 11/18/2021
2022 New Boys Equipment Regulations - CHEST PADS


by posted 11/18/2021
2022 New Girls Equipment Regulations


by posted 11/18/2021
2021 Goalie equipment Regulations


by posted 11/18/2021
Free Lax In The Fall
The Pine Bush Youth Lacrosse Club will be hosting an "Introduction to Lacrosse" event at Verkeederkill Park (Back Field) on Saturday, November 20, from 11-1, for Girls and Boys of any age.  This is for anyone who is interested in playing Lacrosse in the Spring for our Youth Program or who is just curious about the sport.  We will provide everything you will need, just wear appropriate clothing, hats, gloves, etc for the weather of the day. If you have a stick, feel free to bring it.  There will be no physical contact as this is an event for all ages.  
Coaches and Players will be there to field questions and play some basic learning games and have some Lacrosse FUN.  Parents and family members are encouraged to participate.  We are having this now to help bolster the registration for the upcoming Spring Season and to give people a chance to experience the game at no cost.
Players are the best advocates for the game,  please tell all your friends to come.  If you would like to volunteer to help for the day, please let us know -  .  Anyone wishing to make a donation to the club, please email us.  We are always accepting used equipment to minimize costs for new players.  Hope to see you there!

by posted 11/11/2021
Covid Protocol

                 Pine Bush Youth Lacrosse Club Covid-19 Protocols

We will be following these protocols below for the 2021 Season unless directed to modify these protocols by USLacrosse or New York State. All protocols are based on recommendations and or requirements from both entities.

 

Players:

  • Should arrive dressed and ready to play. No changing on the sidelines. This includes all equipment and cleats. Bags can be brought to carry water bottles and other necessities but need to be spaced out on the sideline.

  • Should stop at the table and sanitize their hands on the way into practice.

  • Should not share equipment, water bottles, towels, Etc.

  • Should wear masks when not practicing or playing. Masks can also be worn when practicing and playing are not required( parental discretion).

  • Minimize the use of bathrooms (  please have the child go before coming to practice). 

 

Coaches:

  • Masks must be worn at all times.

  • Attendance must be taken.

  • Should stop at the table and sanitizer hands on the way into practice.

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and equipment ( including balls and cones)

  • Ensure social distancing of players where applicable.

 

Parents/Spectators:    

 

  • Masks must be worn at all times.

  • For Practices:  Parents are asked to stay in the car or in the park. Parents are not permitted near practice fields, social distancing is required.

  • For Games: Parents are asked to sit in designated parent viewing areas only.  social distancing is required.

  •  No more than 2 Spectators per player at practices or games. We are still limited to 50% capacity as per New York State.

  • Wipe down or sanitize your child's equipment in between games/practice,

  • Minimize the use of bathrooms.

 

For all Players, Parents, Spectators, and Coaches

  • Stay home if you're feeling sick or experiencing covid-19 symptoms.


by posted 11/11/2021
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