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Thank you HB Lacrosse Families for joining us this upcoming Spring Season! We appreciate your patience and help navigating through the little bit of extra craziness this year. Final registration will be opening shortly, as we are awaiting season details from New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association (NHYLA). Listed below is our schedule pre season indoor practice schedule broken up per teams.
For those of you who are new to our program, welcome! We're excited to meet you and welcome you to the Hollis/Brookline Youth Lacrosse program. For our returning families, this year will be a little different than we're used to. But we're committed to assembling as much of a season as we can safely do, and we welcome you back to our program.
As always, we're committed to the health and safety of our athletes, coaches, and families. You'll see all the steps below we're taking to address COVID-19. We will continue to monitor and address changes in state and federal guidelines as we proceed through the season.
Indoor Pre Season Skills Sessions:
Our pre season indoor will be held at The Hampshire Dome, 34 Emerson Road, Milford, NH. While we view our pre-season indoor skills sessions as a huge benefit for our athletes to get a head start on the season, we also understand and recognize the decision families must make around indoor sports during the pandemic.
Please review specific Hampshire Dome COVID guidelines before arriving.
No athlete, coach, volunteer, staff, or other participant (“Participants”) will be allowed into the facility if they have any of the below listed COVID 19 symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 10 days:
Fever (temperature of 100.4 or higher) or are feeling feverish;
Respiratory symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat cough, or shortness of breath;
General body symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue;
Gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea;
Changes in sense of taste or smell.
Any Participant who has been outside New England or taken public transportation in the past 10 days must quarantine for 10 days prior to coming to the facility and certify to us that you have quarantined by signing the paperwork required by the State of NH.
Exceptions to quarantine are Participant who has been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 for more than 14 days or who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days (if more than 90 days you must still follow all quarantine requirements).
All spectators must conduct a daily self-assessment before coming to the Dome.
Participants are required to wear a mask upon entrance, during team temperature checks and any time in the lobby and foyer or while using restrooms and while departing. All Participants and spectators should practice responsible “Physical Distancing” by remaining 6 feet apart from non-family members whenever possible while using the facility. Spectators over the age of 2 must wear masks.
Please be aware of signage in the facility directing traffic flow. Enter the facility through the revolving doors on the right side as you enter the Dome foyer, move through the Dome in a counter-clockwise direction around the track, and exit the facility through the revolving doors to the right as you face the Dome foyer.
Anyone who fails the temperature check must leave the building immediately or be placed in the safe space above the restrooms.
Parents are asked to not leave your child at the Dome until you know they have passed the temperature check, answered screening questions to the satisfaction of the safety officer, and are clear to enter the playing area of the facility
Wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer upon entrance, while in the building, and as you leave.
Rental Groups are required to provide a “Volunteer Safety Officer” during rental times to take attendance, complete temperature checks, ask required screening questions, and to assist staff in keeping to physical distancing protocols. All Rental Groups are required to clean their usage area of any trash left behind before leaving the facility.
Players & spectators must remain outside the facility until 5 minutes prior to their scheduled training session. Gathering in the foyer or lobby is not an alternative as you cannot properly space from other groups or the groups trying to exit the building.
Coaches and administrators may enter the facility 10 minutes prior to their scheduled training session in order to be set up for check in of their players.
Groups must conclude their training session 5 minutes prior to the end of their contracted time. This allows the group ample time for cleaning up and exiting the field during the allotted time and so that the next Group can start on time..
All Rental Groups must keep a Participant attendance log for each visit to the Dome and retain such log for at least 21 days.
In Case of an Emergency or Sickness:
Coaches, volunteers, and staff are required to keep a mask with them at all times while on the field and wear it whenever they cannot maintain at least 6 feet distance. They must wear a mask when dealing with the incident.
If a Participant gets sick while on the field please get the “Dome Emergency Bucket” immediately and remove the sick individual to a safe space above the Dome bathrooms.
If the Parent is not in attendance please call them immediately for pickup and staff must take a note of the Participant’s name and phone number.
All players must wear masks To/From the fields and prior to taking the field (no exceptions).
Players must wear a mask when exiting the field and building.
Players are not required to wear masks during play per the current guidelines, which consider ‘strenuous physical activity’ as exempt from mask-wearing guidelines.
HOWEVER, HB LACROSSE STRONGLY SUGGEST ALL ATHLETES WEAR EITHER A CLOTH MASK OR A LACROSSE-SPECIFIC CLEAR SHIELD WHILE PARTICIPATING IN INDOOR LACROSSE. consider not only your health and safety but the health and safety of other participants.
1 spectator per player
All spectators must wear masks at all times (no exceptions) and distance 6ft apart
During indoor training sessions
Practice plans will be developed to avoid long lines or grouping of players
Players should bring their own water bottles
Families are encouraged to AVOID carpooling
Coaches will wear masks for the entirety of training
Players are encouraged to dress at their car to avoid changing inside the building
We will continue to monitor guidelines and recommendations, and may amend these rules as we proceed through the indoor training sessions.
For outdoor practice and games:
We will monitor guidelines and recommendations, and will publish a full list of guidelines prior to moving outdoors in late March early April timeline.