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Private Lacrosse Lessons
09/06/2017
Ethan Vastbinder would love to offer private lessons to anyone in...
Fall Ball 2017 High School
08/07/2017
Fall Ball registration for High School Boys now open!
 
Private Lacrosse Lessons
Ethan Vastbinder would love to offer private lessons to anyone in the club.

"When I played Lacrosse during high school I used to teach around 3-4 kids a week.  I have 8 years of experience playing lacrosse from 5th grade to finish up high school playing it. During my high school years I played lacrosse year round. I would play field lacrosse for the Seattle Starz club from spring until winter and then during winter I would play box lacrosse with the youth Washington Stealth box lacrosse program. I had college offers and colleges watching me but denied going into college lacrosse due to not wanting to commit myself to that and focus on school and family. During regular season, I was the top scorer in both goals and assist for my Junior and Senior year. I love lacrosse and can’t wait to help out the club and lacrosse in this area."

If you are interested, contact him via email ejvast@gmail.com or phone/text 253-318-7516.  This is a great opportunity for the kids in our club!

by posted 09/06/2017
Fall Ball 2017 High School

Fall Ball registration for High School Boys now open!


by posted 08/07/2017

Established in 2009, the IFLC is an IRS registered 501c3. Our mission is to promote the sport of lacrosse for the youth in Idaho Falls and surrounding areas 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:
IFLC
P.O. Box 3500
Idaho Falls, ID  83403
             or
via email: iflacrosse@yahoo.com

IFLC is a non-profit organization.  
All donations are tax deductible.

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Lightning Policy

5.10 Lightning Policy 5.10.1:

When thunder is heard, or a cloud-to-ground lightning bolt is seen, the thunderstorm is close enough to strike your locations with lightning. Suspend play and instruct the teams to seek shelter off the field. Warn the spectators as well. Wait a minimum of thirty minutes from the time of the last thunder/lightening. After consulting with the officials and coaches, you can resume the contest. 5.10.2 This policy applies to practices as well as games.