Cancellation of a practice or game due to adverse weather is at the discretion of the team coaches and the township.
Practice is automatically cancelled in the event of lightning or severe weather warnings from the National Weather Service.
Occasionally, practices or games are cut short due to inclement weather. In these instances, a coach will remain at the field until all the players have been picked up. You also maybe notified of a cancellation via text, email or phone call.
Some things to keep in mind....
Lacrosse is a game that is played in the rain and on wet fields, so rain alone may not be enough to cancel a practice or game.
Coaches do their best to make appropriate decisions regarding weather cancellations, but occasionally mistakes are made (e.g., a game may be canceled that could have been played and vice versa). We appreciate everyone's flexibility and understanding in these situations.
Lacrosse is played on very cold days in March and very hot days in June, so please make sure your children are properly clothed for practices and games.
Hydration is very, very important. Please make sure your children bring plenty of water to all games and practices -- particularly on hot days.