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CNS LACROSSE . Informational Handbook for Players and Parents. Varsity and JV. Head Coach Bill Aldrich Assistant Coach Tom Feeney JV Head Coach Casey Brown Assistant Coach Kris Shore -. 8 th and 9 th Grade Team. Head Coach Ryan Root. 7 th and 8 th Grade Team.

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cns lacrosse


Informational Handbook for Players and Parents

varsity and jv
Varsity and JV

Head Coach

Bill Aldrich

Assistant Coach

Tom Feeney

JV Head Coach

Casey Brown

Assistant Coach

Kris Shore


8 th and 9 th grade team
8th and 9th Grade Team
  • Head Coach
  • Ryan Root
7 th and 8 th grade team
7th and 8th Grade Team
  • Head Coach
  • Jack McAndrew
  • Mike Henry

All paperwork must be turned in before the sixth day of intramurals

  • A valid sports physical
  • Medical history filled out by parent
  • Authorization form
  • Code of conduct
  • Student must have a 70% average the second quarter and not fail more than one course
  • There are no contracts of any kind
  • A participate can only have four years of eligibility once they have started the 9th grade
try outs
  • Due to the large number of candidate’s we are forced to have try-out’s at every level.
  • Try-out’s will last between 3 days and 1 week.
  • Lacrosse Skills
    • 1. Throwing
    • 2. Catching
    • 3. Shooting
    • 4. Offensive skills
    • 5. Defensive skills
    • 6. Lacrosse awareness
  • Athletic Ability
    • 1. Speed
    • 2. Quickness
    • 3. Power
    • 4. Agility
  • Characteristics
    • 1. Work ethic
    • 2. Mental toughness
    • 3. Loyalty
    • 4. Commitment
    • 5. Citizenship
    • 6. Coachability
    • 7. Attitude
  • Academic Record
    • 1. Grades
    • 2. Attendance
    • 3. Teacher Recommendations
    • 4. Administration Recommendations
  • Practice schedules and game schedules will be given out as soon as they become available to me.
  • Times are subject to change due to weather and gym availability
  • Absences should be reported to the coach BEFORE the scheduled try-out/practice. A phone call should be made directly to the Coach. Unreported absences WILL result in suspension of playing time
vacations and holidays
Vacations and Holidays
  • JV and Varsity Level
    • 1. Lacrosse games and practices are held during vacation week and on weekends. If you plan on being away during the week of vacation please do not try-out.
vacations and holidays1
Vacations and Holidays
  • We are a little more understanding at the lower levels but it is hard to develop players if they are not at practice. If a situation arises, please talk to your coach as soon as possible.
bus rides
Bus Rides
  • Players are expected to ride to and from games with the team on the bus. Even though it might be inconvenient, team unity starts and finishes on the bus.
booster club
Booster Club
  • The role of the booster club is going to be a support group for the student/athletes in the lacrosse program. There will be no political agendas. Everything we do will impact the players in the program in some way.
  • Also, just because a parent helps out with the booster club does not mean their child is going to start or even make a particular team. The Coaches will decide the rosters and playing time.
  • It is important to communicate any problem or situations that you feel are important. It is possible to avoid problems if you and the Coach address them together. If you feel there is a problem, go to the Coach, not another parent or the Athletic Director. If the coach doesn’t handle the problem, call or e-mail Coach Aldrich and I will investigate the problem.
  • The Coaches on this staff will never embarrass your child on the field, do not embarrass the Coach or the program in the stands.
contact information
Contact Information
  • Coach Aldrich
    • 1. Work 218-3000 (Gillette Road)
    • 2. E-mail