Girls Annual Calendar

Our organization is open to players in grades 2 through 12, at all skill levels. We offer free trial sessions and free loaner gear for beginners. Dragons and Fire Lacrosse play year-around, but players can choose to play in a single program, or play all year. We have 4 seasons.

FALL: The cycle starts each year in September with our Fall Season. The purpose of the Fall Season is three-fold. First, we want to give as many new player access to the sport of lacrosse as possible. Second, we want to provide intermediate players with an opportunity to continue improving their stick skills.  And third, we want to provide a competitive option for our more experienced players.


The Fall Training program consists of 60-minute to 90-minute small group skill training sessions that take place once-a-week. Fall training works on building strong fundamentals and includes throwing, catching, cradling, ground balls, shooting, dodging and footwork. Fall Training is the ideal program to prepare players for joining a team and playing competitively. Free loaner gear is available, and new players are welcome to try a session for free.

WINTER: Winter season usually starts in January for Dragons as part of the West LA Winter Season. The West LA Winter Season usually starts on the first or second Saturday of January and ends with Championships during the last weekend of February. Fire continues tournament play from November through February, depending on the age level.

SPRING: During the Spring Season we focus on Dragons and play in the LAYLL and there are no tournaments. Games are on Sundays and we maintain 2 practices a week from early March until mid-May, when the Spring Season ends.

SUMMER: In the summer we focus on Fire and Fire Select. The Fire tournament season generally starts in mid-June and ends in mid-July. Fire Select travels to the East Coast at the end of July. We usually take the month of August off.

What To Do After Fall Training

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