6th Grade GCRGLC - South Shore Thanksgiving Classic
6th Grade GCRGLC Participate in the South Shore Thanksgiving Classic
The South Shore Thanksgiving Classic was created by the North Babylon Lions Club and NBAC Lacrosse to fight hunger during the Thanksgiving holiday. Over 50 teams participated in the 2 day event. Money and food donations were collected for local food banks and needy families in the area. Contributions helped feed over 100 families in the North Babylon community for Thanksgiving.
A group of our 6th Grade Players had the opportunity to work with Caitlin Defliese, former All-American at Garden City High School (2006) and current assistant coach of the Stony Brook Seawolves Women's Lacrosse Team prior to the tournament. Our community based girls team played at a high level, with a strong emphasis on teamwork, against two very competitive travel club teams. The highlight of the day was the presentation of the teams gifts along with the 21 baskets of food to help families enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner.
Thank you to all that participated. Your gifts are a reminder of what our program is all about.
2015 Garden City Rams Girls Lacrosse Club Player RegistrationIs Now Open!
Registration for the 2015 spring lacrosse season is now open for grades 2 – 6. GCRGLC is open to all girls who live or attend one of the private schools in the Village of Garden City. To register, simply click on the registration tab of the GCRGLC website. Reminder, GCRGLC is a community based travel lacrosse program that participates in the highly competitive Nassau County Police Activities League youth lacrosse. There are no tryouts for these teams.
Cost: $185 per player, second and third GCRGLC family member player discount will automatically be processed with each registration
Late fee: $50 for players registering after January 15, 2015
Uniform: All new players to the program must purchase a uniform, returning player may order a replacement uniform at time of registration - please order correctly, there are no exchanges or refunds. Uniform orders are placed in bulk and have a 6 - 8 processing time. Orders received after January 10, 2015 may not arrive prior to the league’s first week of play. Order Early!
All fees: must be paid at the time of registration
US Lacrosse Membership Requirement: All players must be a member of US Lacrosse for the entire 2015 season
Team Placement: GCRGLC does not accept requests for players to be with other players or to be with a specific coach or team. GCRGLC utilizes a “blind team draft” process that eliminates placement requests.
Practices start on or about March 1, weather permitting. Practices prior to April 1 will be held to a maximum of 3 times per week, and will be based on coach availability. After April 1, maximum 2 times per week.
GCRGLC is a travel program, consisting of 8 - 9 game schedule, 4 home and 4 - 5 away, with the last game of the season held at SUNY Farmingdale - NCPAL Lacrosse Festival. Games can be played on either Saturday or Sunday. Communities that have field lights may schedule games during the evening. Day and time is at the discretion of the home community. The schedule will not be published until mid-March.
Conflicts with other sports - Games and practices will conflict with other travel sports. We follow the School Sports Schedule which places Lacrosse as a Spring Sport along with Softball, Track, Baseball, Tennis and Gymnastics. Therefore Lacrosse is to take priority over any sport that is not listed as a spring sport according to the school sports calendar.
Game Playing Time - While GCRGLC 2nd to 6th grade is a developmental program, equal playing time is not guaranteed for players who miss, arrive late, or leave practice early, or miss the prior week’s game because of another sport.
For questions concerning the GCRGLC, please contact your grade level coordinator. There contact information can be found in the Board Directory.
GCRGLC "Team 19" Captures Championship at Fall Fest
GCGRL's 'Team 19" wrapped up its fall ball season last weekend going undefeated and winning the Championship at the Fall Fest opener in Flemington, NJ. Team 19 outscored their opponents 38 to 13, an average of almost 10 goals per game, and allowing an average of just 3 goals against per game. Playing up in the JV/2018 division they were matched in pool play against select teams Xtreme Lacrosse 2018, Garden State Elite 2018 and House of Sports 2018.
Also check out Team 19's Long Island Senior Girls Lacrosse League's Championship game against Connetquot Girls 7th Grade Lacrosse by clicking on the following link: