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Welcome to the Cougar Lacrosse Club (CLC)

The Chatham Lacrosse Community is very excited about the 2018 season.  2017 was a great year for us as we had over 1,100 boys and girls playing lacrosse in Chatham, clearly making Chatham a hot bed of lacrosse.   Our youth program continues to provide fundamental instruction, a fun learning atmosphere, and a respect for the game.

Registration for Spring 2018 will open soon (by Jan 15th).  

 

Mission Statement for CLC:

Cougar Lacrosse Club strives to provide the children of Chatham with a fun, positive, and safe environment in which to learn the game of lacrosse. We aim to teach lacrosse skills, as well as life lessons, and we hope to instill in the children of Chatham a love for the game, as well as honoring the game by respecting themselves, teammates, coaches, opponents, and officials. We stress the teaching of fundamentals and recognize that children develop at different paces. We welcome all participants, and will provide financial support for anyone who would like to play, but can't afford the participation fee.

For general queries please contact the   or email an officer directly, click here

2018 6th Grade G8 NJ Champions!

Congratulations to the 6th Grade boys team for winning the G8 New Jersey Championship! 

The Chatham Boys Sixth-Grade "A" Lacrosse team swept its way to the championship of the G8 Lacrosse Tournament.

In the tournament, Chatham defeated Chester Mendham, 10-2, Westfield, 5-4, and Summit, 6-5, to claim the crown.  In the Championship game against Summit, Lowe had 3 goals (including the game-winner), Lagunowich had 2 goals and J. Good 1. 

The team roster includes: Matthew Cline, Henry Davenport, Remy deVarenne, Will Farkas, John Good, Michael Good,  Thomas Hung, Owen Irish, Bryce Kania, John Paul Lagunowich, Liam Larson, Charlie Lowe, Collin Manitta, Cole Polemeni, Michael Van Raaphorst, Will Volovich.

 

by posted 05/21/2018
Wall Ball Instructional Videos
 
Wall ball is the quickest way to improve your stick skills. Your will get many more "touches" (i.e. chances at practicing passing & catching) versus regular clinics or games. You can also play wall ball at any time and without the need for practice partners.  Visit Chatham's wall at Lum field and click on the links below for instruction.  
 
Click here for Girls

Click her for Boys

 


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