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2/7 equipment distribution 9 am at Jesse Wharton Elementary
2/15 Boot Camp 1-3 pm at Jesse Wharton Elementary
2/21 player assessment TBD at Jesse Wharton Elementary


Have you considered coaching? TYLA is always looking for caring,motivated energetic people to come out and learn the game of lacrosse! If you are interested please email Janice Gilman at: triadyouthlacrosse@gmail.com

DId you miss the first shop day at Dicks Sporting Goods?

No problem! We are have another shop day! It is set right before our season begins. Saturday February 21! Mark your calendars!



Guilford College

Girl’s Lacrosse Clinic

Sunday February 9th, 2014

WHO: 6-12th Grade 

WHAT: Skills (Catching, Throwing, Cutting, Ground Balls, Shooting, Checking), Offensive and Defensive Strategy, Goalkeeping, Competitive Game Situations, and more!


WHEN: Sunday February 8, 2014

Grades 6th-12th : 12:00-3:00pm

WHERE: Guilford College,

5800 West Friendly Ave.,     Greensboro, NC 27410

Armfield Athletic Center Turf Field

HOW: Bring in attached registration form and $20 the day of.  Please RSVP and email by February 2nd to reserve your spot! bonnelsm@guilford.edu

Additional clinic details will be sent via email after registration!

To Register:

Contact : Shannon Bonnel  bonnelsm@guilford.edu

Phone: 336-316-2197

Cascade Lacrosse has reached an agreement with the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) on a solution for the recently decertified Cascade R helmet.

The solution will involve a simple modification to Cascade R helmets currently in the marketplace. NOCSAE has accepted the solution. Cascade's data confirms the helmet, as modified by this solution, meets NOCSAE certification standards. For NOCSAE certification purposes, the modified helmet is treated as a new model, identified as the Cascade R-M, although it will continue to be marketed by Cascade under the Cascade R name. Moving forward all newly manufactured Cascade R-M helmets will be certified as meeting the NOCSAE standards. A tamper-resistant sticker will be placed on all modified helmets as well as on newly manufactured Cascade R-M helmets to differentiate them from non-certified Cascade R models. Model R helmets that have not been ofifcially modified by Cascade do not meet NOCSAE standards and certification will remain void.

Cascade will make the modification to existing helmets at its Liverpool, N.Y. facility beginning December 16, 2014. The modification will be free of charge for consumers and retailers, including shipping.

"We are extremely pleased that Cascade and NOCSAE have reached an agreement to modify existing Cascade R helmets and put helmets back in play for our loyal customers," said Tim Ellsworth, Global Business Director, Cascade Lacrosse. "We have been working closely with NOCSAE and will work diligently to ensure that all Cascade R helmets returned are modified as quickly as possible. We thank everyone for their patience and support."

To fully reinstate the NOCSAE license, which was suspended in conjunction with the R model decertification, Cascade is cooperating with a review by NOCSAE of certification data for all of its models, and is having a third-party audit of Cascade's quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) processes.

Cascade is currently finalizing its own internal audit and expects the third-party QA/QC audit to be completed by December 18, 2014. NOCSAE will partially reinstate Cascade's license agreement for the production of new Cascade R-M helmets upon demonstratiion of satisfactory audit results for its QA/QC processes. The license agreement will be fully restored for other Cascade models upon demonstrating that such models certified by Cascade are supported by necessary data.

Cascade is also currently reviewing test results for all of its lacrosse helmets to ensure they meet both Cascade and NOCSAE standards.

Click HERE for More Information On Completing The Cascade R Modification Process
Thank you,

Cascade Lacrosse

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