Youth Lacrosse serving Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and the official team for Paradise Valley Unified School District, Pinnacle High School Lacrosse and Horizon Lacrosse. Fastest growing youth sports. Recreational and Competitive Arizona Lacross

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Welcome to Desert Ridge Rattlers Lacrosse

 

 

Want to try lacrosse?  Come get in the game!

 

Image result for lacrosse sticksWe have a standing invitation to any of our practices to come watch, meet the coaches, ask questions, and see what the club and the sport are all about! 

Image result for lacrosse sticksPractices are Tuesday/Thursday at Paradise Valley Park at 6:15 PM.

Image result for lacrosse sticksCheck out our 'New to Lacrosse?' page  for some FAQs about the sport, youth lacrosse in Arizona, and how you get involved.

Image result for lacrosse sticksJOIN OUR EMAIL LIST under the 'Home' Tab or FOLLOW US ON Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date!

Image result for lacrosse sticksEmails will come from DRRattlersLax@gmail.com.

 

Game Day - February 8th!

 

Image result for lacrosse sticksFebruary 14th and 15th, Game Day! @ Glendale Youth Sports Complex. (See our Game and Practice Field page for field location and map.)

Image result for lacrosse sticksPlease find the Game Day schedule below.

Image result for lacrosse sticksNOTE: 14U Green/B play on Friday night!  All other games on Saturday as usual.

 

Rattlers Team Game Time Field Opponent
 10U 9:00 am 3A  Cave Creek Elite
  11:00 am St. B  Glendale Cobras
 12U 2:00 pm 3  Gilbert Bulldogs
  4:00 pm 3  North Valley Predators
 14U Blue/A 1:00 pm 3  Scottsdale United
  3:00 pm 3  Mesa Heat
 14U Green/B Fri: 7:00 pm 4  Arizona Lacrosse Club
  Fri: 8:00 pm 4  Ahwatukee

 

Image result for lacrosse sticksWe look forward to seeing you on Friday and/or Saturday!

 


by posted 01/30/2020
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The first aluminum shaft was built in 1980 starting the migration from the wooden sticks used for hundreds of years.

 

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