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Our Programs

Red Stix Lacrosse runs two age specific programs in the Spring, both of which are focused on developing proper lacrosse skills in an educational, fun and constructive environment.  Both programs will have practices 2x/week.  All practices will be held at Kedron Elementary school, in Peachtree City, Ga.

Youth Recreational 
Program: This program is intended to provide young players (middle school and below) a local recreational lacrosse program focused on player development.  

** Players will be placed in groups/teams by level and experience as well as age.


Middle School & Beyond (6th-12th):
If you have never played lacrosse before, and are 6th grade or older, 
OR, if you have played a few seasons (or fewer) and know you are a player who would like the opportunity to have great, focused coaching... then please join us for our Middle School & Beyond program.  This program will help prepare you to compete at the high school level.  We expect this to be a small group (<10), so we will easily be able to tailor each practice to the level of the players in attendance and help everyone raise their game as quickly as possible. 

Our Philosophy

Statistics show that 70% of girls quit playing organized sports by age 13 and the number one reason given is, 'It stopped being fun!'  Red Stix was established in part to reverse this trend in the south Atlanta area by providing an awesome environment for your daughter. 

It is the goal of Red Stix Lacrosse to:

1.   Create an environment where young girls are surrounded by awesome role model coaches who teach a love of sports, lacrosse and learning.  We want your daughter to love the game, love her team, and love her coaches.  We want it to be a fun and positive environment where she keeps begging to come back for more lacrosse.  We don't want kids to get bored from lack of challenge, and we don't want kids to get burned out from too much pressure and commitment.  We believe a perfect balance is somewhere in the middle.

2.   Take a long-term view of player skill development.  Winning games and league titles take a back seat to developing skills and a love for the game.  When your daughter finally retires from organized sports she will absolutely not remember the U11 league championship game, whereas she will definitely remember playing in the high school state championship game.  We are building skills with the end-game in mind -- with the goal of helping her develop into a top performer who peaks at the high school or college age, not elementary or middle school.  

3.  Focus skill development on the right things.  Practice absolutely does not make Perfect.  Practice makes Permanent.  Perfect Practice makes Perfect.  Red Stix teaches proper lacrosse technique from the beginning.  We emphasize a slower approach that takes the time to build the fundamentals the proper way.  Bad habits take years to relearn if they ever are.

4.  Lacrosse skills are formed by repetitive muscle memory.  Red Stix embraces the concept of "10,000 touches".  Practices and games are planned and sized to give each player as many touches on the ball as possible.  Small fields and small-sided games where every player is on offense and defense is intended to provide players the best opportunity to come in contact with the ball as much as possible.  Practices are structured to limit 'standing-around' during and between drills.  

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