The doctor has changed spring sport physicals to Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at approximately 3:00 PM in the training room area along the pool hallway in the gym. $20 cash only please. Athletic Clearance Packets in both English and Spanish are available in the Main Office or online. You must have turned in a completed clearance packet before you may tryout for a spring sport. Spring sports begin on Monday, February 8, 2016.
Non-League Games 2016
· 2/19 – Scrimmage vs San Marin at SR, V 7pm
· 2/25 – Stuart Hall at SF Field TBD, 4pm
· 2/26 – 3rd Annual Dog Bowl at Alhambra, TBD
· 3/03 – Lick-Wilmerding at SR, JV 5pm, V 7pm
· 3/04 – Dublin at Dublin HS, JV 5pm, V 7pm
· 3/10 – Sonoma Academy at SR, V 6pm
· 3/14 – Washington HS Fremont at Washington, V 5pm
· 3/18 – Casa Robles at SR, JV 5pm, V 7pm
· 4/16 – Washington SF at Washington, V 1pm
Open Field Work Outs for Lacrosse
SR Lacrosse is offering Open Field for anyone interested in lacrosse. You do not need to be a member of the team or even a student at SR to attend. Tuesday and Thursday after school, meet on the blacktop.
Check out some great women's lacrosse!
San Rafael DAWGS
Lacrosse is the oldest team sport in North America and possibly the world. It may have developed as early as the 1100s, but since then it has seen many modifications. In the traditional Native American version, each team consisted of about 100 to 1,000 men on a field that stretched from about 500 yards to a couple of miles long. These lacrosse games lasted from sunup to sundown for two to three days straight
Today, men's lacrosse is a contact game played by ten players: a goalie, three defensemen, three midfielders and three attackmen. The object of the game is to shoot the ball into the opponent's goal. The team scoring the most goals wins.
San Rafael started JV lacrosse in 2003 and has had Varsity teams since 2004. San Rafael has produced 17 All-MCAL players including 9 First and Second Team selections. The team has played teams from Sacramento to Monterey and typically plays teams from the EastBay and San Francisco outside of Marin league play. We encourage multi-sport athletes and we have had great success with football, basketball, cross-country, and wrestling athletes who are new to lacrosse.
- SRHS provides all helmets and uniforms
- You have to have a mouthpiece, cleats, and an athletic cup
- You should own your own stick
- We encourage all players to own their own pads
- We will have pads and sticks for new players to use at tryouts which are held in February