Youth lacrosse club serving the Lake Country area of Waukesha county in Wisconsin.


Welcome to the Lake Country Lacrosse Boys' Programs

New for the upcoming season, the Lake Country club will be offering two options for the Spring season. Both programs are focused on the development of fundamental skills and having fun in a positive environment.

  • Traditional Rec Program -- For boys in the 1st through 8th grade interested in learning the game and experiencing competitive play within the local Milwaukee area. more information
  • Tournament Team Progam -- For boys in the 7th and 8th grades with at least one (1) year experience playing lacrosse and interested in playing a schedule of tournaments in the regional area. more information

Traditional Rec Program 

This program provides the opportunity to learn and play lacrosse in a recreation league format. Our primary objective is to provide a positive and fun environment in which to can boys can learn the game of lacrosse. As a program we are focused on developing both the lacrosse skills and sportsmanship. 

Boys in grades 1 - 8 are eligible to participate in these programs.

  • Boys in grades 1 and 2 are classified as Lil' Scoopers
  • Boys in grades 3 and 4 are classified as Bantams
  • Boys in grades 5 and 6 are classified as Juniors
  • Boys in grades 7 and 8 are classified as Seniors

Spring Season

Registration for the Spring season opens in the Fall of the preceding year and runs thru March.

The season runs from March through June; with games starting in April. 

League:  The LCL teams are under the umbrella of MAYLA which is a spring recreations league.  Other teams in the conference that we may play are:

  • Brookfield,
  • Elkhorn,
  • Franklin,
  • Kenosha,
  • Mukwonago,
  • North Shore (Milw.),
  • Oconomowoc,
  • Ozaukee,
  • Shorewood/Whitefish Bay,
  • Tri City (Oak Creek, Cudahy, South Milw.),
  • Waukesha,
  • University School of Milwaukee (USM)

There may also be opportunities to play games with club teams from outside of the league as the schedule allows.> As a member of MAYLA, Lake Country also participates in the annual Laxtravaganza festival. Laxtravaganza is a two day event held near the end of the season where all of the MAYLA teams play each in a round robin fashion for the joy of the game.

This season we have partnered with the coaching staff at Arrowhead and scheduled additional pre-season indoor sessions during February and March at Midwest Orthopedic Soccer Complex (MOSC) for lacrosse clinics to include Stick Skills, Offense and Defense, Goalie/Face-Offs and Shooting. There will be player assessments in March at MOSC in order to establish balanced teams prior to the beginning of the season.  We will be sending out an email and updating our website when the confirmed dates have been determined.

Practices and Games

  • Bantam practices will be twice a week, in the afternoon (tentatively from 6:00-7:30 on Mondays and Wednesdays).
  • Junior practices will be twice a week, in the afternoon (tentatively from 6:00-7:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays).
  • Senior practices will be twice a week, in the afternoon (tentatively from 6:00-7:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays).
  • It is expected that you will attend both practices during the week.   You must attend at least one practice in order to play in the games on the weekend.
  • Practice location has historically been at Stone Bank School, however this is not confirmed for the 2017 season
  • Games are normally scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays (except for Mother's Day and Memorial Day weekend).
  • Saturday games are historically scheduled for the morning to early afternoon
  • Sunday games are historically scheduled for the late morning to afternoon

Uniform Requirements

Uniforms are NOT included as part of the registration fee.

Returning Lake Country Athletes

  • This season the boy’s teams will be purchasing new uniforms.
  • Returning players must also still have their practice.
  • Uniform ordering information will be done separately.

New Lake Country Athletes

  • Athletes new to the program will be required to purchase a uniform kit (will consist of a jersey, shorts, and a practice pinnie).

Equipment Requirements

  • Certified Lacrosse Helmet
  • Gloves
  • Arm Pads
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Cleats
  • Mouthguard (any color except white or clear so that the ref can see it)
  • Stick
  • Cup (required)

Some equipment can be rented through Hot4LAX.

Tournament Team

Program Details

  • Coaching Staff: Mark Kirkpatrick, Kelly Hopwood 
  • Team Costs: $550 (Includes game jersey, practice jersey, and shorts.) 
  • Register here

Practice Information (Locations/Dates/Times): 

  • December 2nd, 9th, 12th @ NX Level 2-­‐4 PM
  • January 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th @ NX Level 2-­‐4 PM
  • February 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th @ NX Level 12-­‐2 PM
  • March 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th @ NX Level TBD
  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays throughout April/May @ Delafield Sports Commons


  • The Blizzard, March 10th, Glenview IL
  • Rip the Duck, April 7th-­‐8th, Franklin WI
  • Rip the Cow, April 14th-­‐15th, South Bend IN
  • LAX Spring Days, April 28th and April 5th, Vernon Hills IL
  • Border Wars, May 12th-­‐13th, Montgomery IL
  • Illinois Classic, May 19th-­‐20th, Naperville IL
  • Prairie State Games, May 26th, Vernon Hills IL

For questions, please reach out to


If we do not reach 22 players we will not be able to field this team, we ask for anyone who wishes to commit to do so by November 30th.