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Preseason 2020 Schedule

1/6/20 – 2/14/20 (6-week session)

Monday (Still on 1/6 and MLK, 1/20)

-3:45 – 4:45 –AHS Weight Room – Strength Training
-5:00 – 6:00 – AHS Turf – Attack, Midfield, Defensive Positional (Helmets, Gloves, Cleats) – Upperclass only
-6:00 – 7:00 – Goalie, Faceoff Positional (Helmets, Gloves, Cleats)
-Time TBD – Junior Varsity Box Games for those registered


-3:45 – 4:45 –AHS Weight oom – Strength Training


-7:00AM – 9:00AM – AHS Gym – Practice – Full Pads, All short sticks
-NOTE – 1/16/20 - OUTDOORS, FULL SWEATS, CLEATS, Full pads, All short sticks


-3:45 – 4:45 –AHS Weight Room – Strength Training
-Time TBD – Varsity Box Games for those registered

2/18/20 – 2/21/20 and 2/24/20 – 2/28/20 (Two Week session)

-2-hour time block daily, Time TBD starting after 5pm, AHS Turf – Preseason Camp – Full Pads, Full sweats, Normal sticks

3/2/20 – First day of the spring season – Tryouts

Denver City Lax 2020

From Coach Eric Law (AHS 09)

The 7th annual Denver City Lax Dash is approaching fast and is scheduled for Sunday, February 9 at Denver City Park. Last year over 400 participants ran in support of City Lax. The effort, predominantly by the high school community, has made the City Lax Dash the biggest fundraising event organized by the high school lacrosse community in the country.

We want to make this years event even better, and if the Dash is a fit for your team we need your help pushing it out to players and families. It’s a win-win. City Lax receives much needed funding that goes directly to kids in need, and participating runners earn up to 20 hours of community service through training, raising awareness, and fundraising for Denver City Lax.

The Dash has morphed into one of the biggest active and social events for boys and girls in the high school lacrosse community. Both high school players and their families find it’s a great and fun day, as teams and schools from across the state come together to better the Colorado community by giving opportunity and access to the sport regardless of race, gender and socio-economic class.

All funds raised help City Lax create opportunities for youth in underserved neighborhoods by first providing no cost access to lacrosse, and then engaging participants in year-round lacrosse training, academic guidance, and enrichment experiences.