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BOLTS 2014/15 FALL and WINTER CALENDAR RELEASED!  Click PROGRAM DETAILS button above
posted 08/22/2012
 


 
   


 
               

 

The C'Ville Bolts Lacrosse Foundation is designed to create impact players and develop leaders for local high school lacrosse teams.  Bolts players are passionate and committed to being the best they can be. 

We hire professional coaches who focus on developing each individual player.  Our coaching staff challenges our teams and sets the bar high.  The Bolts are a 501(c)3 and 509(a)(2) public charity, dedicated to furthering the game of lacrosse in our community.   Our volunteer board depends on parents and players for input and support.  Just as the players come together as a team, so do the parents, coaches and board. 

We recognize that the most successful lacrosse teams are made up of members who consistently play together.  For that reason, The Bolts program is designed to keep players and families together through six to eight formative years.  Our program has a common thread through the age brackets.  This approach facilitates smooth and impactful transition from U-11 to U-13 to U-15 and then into high school lacrosse.  By the end of their final U15 season, Bolts players are prepared both physically and mentally for the high school game.

2014/15 FALL and WINTER 2014 CALENDAR

OPEN FALL PRACTICES are scheduled for Saturday, September  6, 13, and 20 from 4:00-6:00PM on the STAB Turf Fields.  All players at the U11, U13, U15, and HS level are invited to come practice with our first-rate coaching staff and "test-drive" what the BOLTS offer. Our comprehensive, coordinated approach to player development is the finest in the area.

Check out the
BOLTS full Fall and Winter calendar by clicking on the PROGRAM DETAILS button above.

We are adding a fall and winter high school program and all age groups will have 6 indoor sessions in January and February at the ACAC Adventure Central indoor Arena.  It will be a blast!

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