Council Rock Youth Lacrosse was established to instruct youth players in the basics of the game of lacrosse, to encourage youth to discover, learn and participate in the lacrosse experience.

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Women's lacrosse
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First played 1890, at St Leonards School in Scotland
Contact Limited contact
Team members 12 at a time, 1 goalie and 11 players
Equipment Lacrosse balllacrosse stick, goggles, mouthguar

Women's lacrosse, sometimes shortened to wlax or lax, is a sport played with twelve players on each team. Originally played by indigenous peoples of the Americas, the modern women's game was introduced in 1890 at the St Leonard's School in Scotland. The rules of women's lacrosse differ significantly from men's field lacrosse.


Required Equipment

To participate in girl’s lacrosse, you will need a stick, mouth guard, goggles, and cleats. Players are not permitted to participate in practices or games without both a mouthguard and goggles.  

You can purchase equipment at any big box sporting good store as well as Schuylkill Valley Sports in Newtown, Universal Lacrosse in Doylestown and online at Longstreth and


Girls' Rules

US Lacrosse writes the rules for high school girls’ lacrosse, and those rules are endorsed by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). Those rules also govern youth girls’ lacrosse except where US Lacrosse has amended otherwise. Those amendments are based in part of exhaustive surveys of rules in leagues representing nearly 170,000 youth players and on research and published literature from the US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee, resulting in the development of age-appropriate playing rules and the annual publication of the “Youth Rules and Best Practices Guidebook for Girls.”