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 Division Level Play and Practice Requirements:

The Mighty Mite Division (boys and girls U6) is the first program of its kind started in South Florida.  It is a developmental level designed to teach young players basic fundamentals.  The 2007 season was the first travel season for this level and they had a great start with a record of 8-1.  The Mighty Mites play on a shortened field with a barrier type goalie.  It is a great way to introduce your youngster to lacrosse.  It is a great way for moms and dads to start to learn the sport as well. This level travels locally, practices two nights a week and plays games on Saturday mornings. To the best of the coaches ability play time will be equal for all players assuming players come to practice and make a genuine effort. Contact is incidental in the boys game. There is no contact in the girls game.

Boys and Girls Bantam Level (U8) practices two nights a week and plays games on Saturdays also occasionally during the week with geographically closer teams. This is a competitive level of play with limited contact for boys. The is no contact for the girls. Practice attendance is required to be eligible to participate in games, but does not guarantee a specified amount of play time.

 

Boys and Girls Lightning Level (U10) practices three nights a week for boys and two nights a week for girls. Games are played on Saturdays and occasionally during the week with geographically closer teams.  This is a competitive level of play with limited contact for boys and no contact for girls. Practice attendance is required to be eligible to participate in games, but does not guarantee a specified amount of play time.

Boys and Girls Junior Level (U12) practices three nights a week for boys and two nights a week for girls. Games are played on Saturdays and occasionally during the week with geographically closer teams. This is a competitive level of play with game required contact. There is no contact for girls, but modified checking is allowed. Practice attendance is required to be eligible to participate in games, but does not guarantee a specified amount of play time.

Boys and Girls Senior Level (U14) practices three nights a week for boys and two nights a week for girls. Games are played on Saturdays and occasionally during the week with geographically closer teams. This is a competitive level of play with game required contact. Girls play with modified checking and with full checking if two USL officials are officiating. Practice attendance is required to be eligible to participate in games, but does not guarantee a specified amount of play time.