Orlando Lacrosse is devoted to providing top flight lacrosse instruction and quality opportunities to play lacrosse. We will offer instruction, league, tournament, and club formats that cater to boys and girls in grades K-12.
Orlando Varsity Skills Youth Winter Camp
Boys in Grades 4-8
9am to 1pm each day
Lake Mary High School Stadium Turf Field
Ryan Healey, Head Coach of Winter Park High School and Gary Robinson, Head Coach of Lake Mary High School present a teaching camp that will give you the plan to be an impact player at the high school level.
Coaches Healy and Robinson combined represent two of the most successful varsity lacrosse coaching careers in the state of Florida.
Together we are ready to teach you exactly what high level programs are expecting from incoming 9th graders in terms of skills, lacrosse IQ, and motivation.
This camp provides a Professional approach taught by professionals who are highly accomplished at the high school varsity level. Our staff will be complemented by other varsity head coaches, current college players, and accomplished former high school players from the Orlando area.
Supervised Drop Off
Official Daily Check In (First Day will be 830am)
- Core Impact Universal Skills for all positions/Goalies on separate track
- Core Scheme Skills
- Individual Position Period – Attack, Midfield, Defense, Goalies
- Group Period - Half Field Concepts - Offensive/Defensive/Clear/Ride
Guest Speaker of the day – Current college player or elite coach
Team Period – Full Field Concepts – Transition/Clear/Ride
Specialty period – Face Offs, Shooting, Defensive Checks
LCO Players Contribute Heavily to TeamFlorida Success at HotBeds
Team Florida just returned from an impressive performance at the Battle of the Hotbeds Recruiting Tournament at the University of Delaware. Overall six Team Florida teams competed on the national stage. Hotbeds is considered one of the premier recruiting events in the country and is highlighted by it grueling 8 game playoff qualifying schedule and a significant number of college coaches in attendance.
A majority of the LCO players were either on the TF Carolina or Grey teams. There is only one division of play for the event and teams are divided into six pools for qualifying. Team Florida had one team in each pools with players from Miami to Tallahassee and all points in between making up the rosters.
Carolina reached the championship game and lost a tight contest, 9-7, to Team Minnesota. Carolina defeated several highly talented teams including the Rhinos of Oregon, the Long Island Sting, and the New Jersey Lacrosse Club to reach the final. The Grey team rallied to win 4 of its last five games after a rough start versus the top three teams in their pool and defeated teams from New Jersey, Boston, Long Island, and Michigan to end on a high note.
LCO CAROLINA PLAYERS
LCO players on the Carolina team were Finn Swanson and Chandler Coons of Buchholtz High School in Gainesville. They were joined by Lake Mary players Alex Forehand, Ben Carbone, Charlie Ragault, and Nick Platt. All six players played significant roles in the teams overall success with Alex Forehand and Finn Swanson making the 2016 All Star game.
LCO GREY PLAYERS
The Grey team consisted of mostly LCO Orlando area players plus several outstanding players from Lake Highland Prep and Timber Creek. In addition, Alex Aken from Olympia was a key contributor to the TF Black team which proved highly competitive as well. LCO Orlando Grey players were as follows: