BALDWIN PAL LACROSSE
Baldwin PAL held their first ever summer clinic for boys and girls lacrosse at Hasting St field in Baldwin. The clinic was 4 days long, lasting an hour and half each day. It was free for anyone who played during the spring season and $25 for any new players. Baldwin Commissioner of Girls lacrosse, Roger Miller, stated that during the spring many of the teams they played, played together year-round. To better compete with these teams, they wanted to start offering opportunities to lacrosse players who aren’t playing other sports to play in the summer and fall to improve their skills.
This first annual summer clinic had a great turnout with over 30 boys and girls attending and with an amazing coaching staff of all volunteers, the future of Baldwin lacrosse looks bright. During one of the summer sessions, Baldwin Police Officer Director, Nicholas Alvarado, came to test the campers shooting speed with a radar gun. The fastest shooter for the boys was Dillion Baugh at 45 MPH and for the girls, Sabra Miller at 42 MPH. Both received certificates for their achievements (pictured below). We would like to thank all of the volunteer coaches who are making this possible and if anyone is interested in Baldwin lacrosse or another Baldwin program, you can find more information at www.baldwinpal.org.
Pictured Below Coach Henry Marquez, Coach Jared Tiong-Smith, Boys Hardest Shot (45MPH) Dillion Baugh, Baldwin Police Officer Director Nicholas Alvarado, girls Hardest Shot (42MPH) Sabra Miller, Commissioner of Girls Lacrosse and Coach Roger Miller, Coach Genesis Miller and Coach Mike Keryc.