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Summer Skills & Drills Registration

If you plan to register, please do so soon. Having a good, early estimate on the number of kids allows us to better plan and deliver a great camp. This camp has always been very popular, the kids love it, and it really improves their skills. One of the best lacrosse values around for sure!!!


Registration for Summer Skills and Drills is NOW OPEN on the website.


Rising 1st thru 5th grade boys are invited to practice your skills

or come out and learn about the game of lacrosse.

One night is skills and drills, and the other we play games!

Camp starts June 9th and runs through July 23rd

Hightower Trail Middle School
Tuesday and Thursday evenings 
7pm to 8:30pm
(No camp the week of July 4th)


Holland Frost will lead the camp nightly.  Frost, A GA Tech Senior, is a former Pope Football and Lacrosse Player and currently plays Club Lacrosse in the ATL area.


The cost is $125.00 (no partial summer rates)


For questions regarding Jr. Greyhounds Summer Skills and Drills

contact Tom Cantando at 

by posted 05/12/2015
Vote Greyhounds -- We Qualified for Round Two

Pope Men's Lacrosse has won the first round of voting for USA Today Best Lacrosse Program in the country! Thank you for all your support and votes!

Please go to:
...and vote for Pope. You can vote as many times as you wish! Share the link via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

by posted 05/09/2015
Congratulations to New Board Members

Pope Junior Greyhound Lacrosse would like to announce and congratulate our new board members that will assume their positions at the conclusion of the Spring season:


Bill Murray, President

Sonny Dua, Vice President

Tracey Morgan, Girls Commissioner


by posted 04/21/2015

Pope Junior Greyhound Lacrosse Youth Volunteer Program

For more information, please go to the menu on the left.

by posted 08/11/2011
Honor The Game

Honoring the Game goes to the "ROOTS" of positive play
   R is for Rules
   Rules allow us to keep the game fair.  If we will by ignoring or         
   violating the rules, what is the value of our victory.
   O is for Opponents
   Without an opponent there would be no competition.  Rather    
   than demeaning a strong opponent, we need to honor strong  
   opponents because they challenge us to do our best.
   O is for Officials
   Respecting officials, even when we disagree with their calls, may 
   be the toughest part of Honoring the Game.   We must 
   remember that officials are not perfect (just like coaches, 
   athletes, and parents!)
   T is for Teammates
   It’s easy for young athletes to think solely about their own 
   performance, but we want athletes to realize that being a part of
   a team requires thinking about and respecting one’s teammates.
   This respect needs to carry beyond the field.
   S is for Self
   Athletes should be encouraged to live up to their own highest 
   personal standard of Honoring the Game, even when their
   opponents are not. Athletes’ respect for themselves and their 
   own standards must come first.

by kg posted 07/16/2011
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Field Status
Hightower Frost Field - Marietta TBD (5/24) 
Hightower Oswald Field - Marietta TBD (5/24) 
HTMS - Oswald Field - Marietta TBD (5/24) 
Pope High School - Marietta TBD (5/24) 
Tritt Elementary - Marietta TBD (5/24) 
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Exchange Page
We have now added an Exchange page to our site.  This section will allow players to post equipment that they would like to sell.

Pope Junior Greyhound does not insure the condition of the equipment and is not involved in any transaction made between two parties.
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