Each week, we need parents to serve as timers, field monitors and scorebook recorders.
At our all-club meeting this January, we discussed the importance of parent volunteers as we work to grow our club. Currently, we have the same parents volunteering over and over and we need to be sure each family contributes. Coaches have enough to worry about on game day without having to scramble for parent volunteers.
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What do these positions do?
Our youth and high school teams all need parents at each game to help with tasks at the scoring table and along the sideline. Serving as a timer or working the scorebook is a great way to learn about the sport of lacrosse!
If you have questions about volunteer tasks, please contact Lisa Perle, OLC Director of Operations, at email@example.com.
OLC is growing!
If you've got previous experience playing or coaching lacrosse, or if you don't and are just interested in learning more about OLC coaching opportunites, please contact OLC Director of Coaching, Winston McKenna.
The Olympia Lacrosse Club is growing the sport of lacrosse in Thurston County!
OLC was formed in the fall of 2014 and fielded its first team, a 7/8th grade boys team, in the winter of 2015.
OLC now offers lacrosse for boys at a variety of age levels, including grades 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 and high school.
Our club also offers girls' lacrosse at every youth age level and at the high school level.
The youth boys' teams are part of the South Sound Lacrosse League(SSLL) and participate against clubs from all over the south sound region. The OLC high school boys are part of the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association (WHSBLA) and compete against other high school teams from around the state. High school girls play as a part of the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association.
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