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Letter from Coach Davidson:

Summit Future Lacrosse Club,

I would like to personally thank all of you for your continued support of the Summit Futures lacrosse program. Our numbers at each grade level were strong and I felt that each team improved significantly as the summer progressed.

We are anticipating a strong turnout for our 2016 Summit Futures Program as we intend to build upon the established success we have enjoyed over the past years. We will work diligently in the off-season to make sure Summit Futures success continues at all levels.

I cannot emphasize enough the importance of the Futures program for the continued success of Summit High School Boys Lacrosse Team. The Summit Futures is VITAL to the long-term goals and achievements of our high school lacrosse team.

Our Registration will open on 10/24 and will remain open until 11/15. We anticipate a large turnout and we are excited about the 2016 summer season. We will continue to try and field teams between 22-25 players and we will have tryouts if the numbers exceed 25 at a specific grade level. Each individual grade will be notified if a tryout is required.  Also, players who register after the deadline will not be able to tryout or be added to the roster unless approved.

Our goal is to continue to build a strong foundation, particularly at the lower grades in which will ultimately lead to future success at the high school level. We will continue to have dedicated coaches to our program, those who have a vested interest in the development of your son and the success of Summit High School Lacrosse.

We all enjoy working with your sons and seeing the spirit of our program develop as our sense of our lacrosse commitment grows.

I thank you in advance for your continued support and I look forward to working with all of you again in the near future.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at:


Jim Davidson
Head Lacrosse Coach, Summit High School

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