WDM Lacrosse is a proud member of ILAX
The West Des Moines Lacrosse Club will host a girls and boys Fall Ball Season September 8 – October 29. Boys will practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm – 7pm at Jordan Creek Elementary School. Girls will practice on Mondays and Thursdays from 7pm – 7:20pm at Jordan Creek Elementary School. Fall Ball will focus on getting back to the field, building skills and scrimmages. The season is for students in grades 3-12 and all skill levels including new players.
We welcome new players from surrounding communities and school districts. New players may try up to 4 practices at no charge obligation. The West Des Moines Lacrosse Club has created a COVID 19 Action Plan (CAP) that will be in full effect during all Club sponsored activities. The CAP details our guidelines that are required to be followed by all players, coaches, volunteers and parents.
The cost is $50 per players. You may register using the link above. The CAP along with required waivers are provided in the registration link. Our goal is to provide a safe, positive and fun lacrosse experience for all players. We look forward to you joining us. If you have any questions, please contact the club at email@example.com.
The West Des Moines Lacrosse Club (WDMLAX) fields high school and middle school boys' and girls' teams for players in grades 3-12. The club is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501c3 organization, and strives to provide players with the best coaching, facilities, and competition available.
WDMLAX welcomes players from West Des Moines, Des Moines metro and Norwalk. Its rosters are composed of players from many different schools. So regardless of what school you attend or whether you've played the game before, you are welcome to join our club or join us for a practice to see if you like the sport.
WDMLAX's philosophy is one of developing individuals as well as successful teams. Its primary role is to develop the character of players resulting in future upstanding members of society.
The organization understands that life lessons taught to our players will carry far beyond the field, and that preparing them for competition entails imparting values and strategies that will impact them long beyond their playing days.