Youngsters practice throwing and catching during a Fargo Parks and Rec lacrosse clinic held Monday at Metro Rec Center in Fargo.
FARGO, N.D. – The future of Fargo-Moorhead lacrosse is as promising as ever as more than 40 kids turned out for the Fargo Parks and Rec‘s fall lacrosse clinic held at the Metro Rec Center on Monday.
The youths, ages 8 to 14, will be practicing in two shifts – younger kids from 5:30-6:45 p.m. and older kids from 6:30-7:45 p.m. – on Mondays and Thursdays through Oct. 18. This six-week program is designed to be an introduction program, but will include the opportunity for the youngsters to scrimmage.
Participants in the lacrosse clinic listen as coaches explain how to “cradle” during practice Monday night.
Fargo Warriors varsity coach Ben Fairbanks is tightly tied to the clinic and helps recruit coaches, supervises the coaching and develops the practice strategy, all a plus for a club that will be drawing upon many of these same youngsters for next season’s club clinic and spring outdoor season.
For more information about the Fargo Warriors upcoming events be sure to check out the club’s website and check back right here to this blog.
More than 40 youngsters ages 8 to 14 turned out for the Fargo Parks and Rec fall lacrosse clinic, hosted by Fargo Warriors varsity head coach Ben Fairbanks.