It really all depends on how big your school is and where it is located. A high school that is closer to the eastern shore is more likely to get a boost because of Lacrosse hotbeds, but it will cost a little bit. It also depends if you have a boys lacrosse team.
Yes they can if there is not a girl's lacrosse team for that age group. This is like a 3rd grade girl playing on a boys team because the only girls lacrosse team is 5th grade and up. Generally in high school or above girls cannot play- there would play on another high school's girls lacrosse team.
Girls school..... this means a school for girls. Girls' school is the possessive and would imply that the girls owned the school.
Rich roman Girls would not have gone to school but her father would have paid a tutor to teach her
yes, i would consider it a girls sport!Answer:There is no reason that girls can't play the game. Lacrosse is like hockey with no pads so most players have a wide variety of bumps and bruises after a game. The women's rules claim to make the game more gentle but the nature of the game allows significant accidental contact. There are national women's lacrosse associations in many countries.
That would be Major League Lacrosse.
I would need more information to answer your question... What school in Akron and which program are you asking about?
Well in your situation, you would have to meet girls otherwise, outside of school. Get out there in the world.
it would be two words.
It would be a disaster.
i dont know girls
There is no slow pitch softball for high school girls. In fact there is no slow pitch softball for middle school girls either. I would know since i play for my school.