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Nakos Lacrosse

The Nakos Knights lacrosse team strives to be one of the best teams in the state. With 2 championships in the last 4 years and 3 trips to the finals the Nakos Knights don’t mess around when it comes to lacrosse. We have a top notch coaching staff with over 10 years experience coaching lacrosse and 10 state championship high school titles. Come out and play we are always looking for player.

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Lacrosse, today a marginally popular team sport in North America, may have developed as early as 1100 AD among indigenous peoples on the continent. By the seventeenth century, it was well-established. It was documented by Jesuit missionary priests in the territory of present-day Canada. The game has undergone many modifications since that time.

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James Smith described in some detail a game being played in 1757 by his fellow tribe members "wherein they used a wooden ball, about three inches diameter, and the instrument they moved it with was a strong staff about five feet long, with a hoop net on the end of it, large enough to contain the ball."

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In other countries, the sport is also played at a high level on the amateur level by the Australian Lacrosse League, the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association, and club lacrosse leagues internationally.[13]

In the traditional aboriginal Canadian version, each team consisted of about 100 to 1,000 men on a field that stretched from about 500 meters to 3 kilometers long.[3] These games lasted from sunup to sundown for two to three days straight. These games were played as part of ceremonial ritual, a kind of symbolic warfare, to give thanks to the Creator or Master.
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Announcements

  • Fall Ball Pickup Games

    Every wednesday at 6pm join us at Nakos Park to play some pick up lacrosse.

  • Practice Cancelled 9/17

    Practice is cancled to to a lighting storm. enjoy your day off and be ready for practice on Thursday.

  • Varsity Practice 4:30PM

    Practice starts at 4:30PM. We will meet on the Nakos practice field.Practices are an hour and a hal. We will finish around 6:30PM. Water will be provided.

  • JV Practice 4:30PM

    Practice starts at 4:30PM. We will meet on the Nakos practice field.Practices are an hour and a hal. We will finish around 6:30PM. Water will be provided.

  • Freshman Practice 4:30PM

    Practice starts at 4:30PM. We will meet on the Nakos practice field.Practices are an hour and a hal. We will finish around 6:30PM. Water will be provided.

  • Varsity Lacrosse Team

    Practice 4:30-6pm M-F
    Nakos High School practice field
    Game day: Saturday
    Nakos High School field

  • JV1 Lacrosse Team

    Practice 4:30-6pm M-F
    Nakos High School practice field
    Game day: Saturday
    Nakos High School field

  • JV2 Lacrosse Team

    Practice 4:30-6pm M-F
    Nakos High School practice field
    Game day: Saturday
    Nakos High School field

  • Freshman Lacrosse Team

    Practice 4:30-6pm M-F
    Nakos High School practice field
    Game day: Saturday
    Nakos High School field

Nakos Football Coaches

  • Jim Howard

    Head Varsity Coach
    555-555-5555
  • Brian Johnson

    Head Varsity Coach
    555-555-5555
  • Craig Thompson

    Head Varsity Coach
    555-555-5555
  • Patrick Anderson

    Head Varsity Coach
    555-555-5555
  • Jeff Smith

    Head Varsity Coach
    555-555-5555