2018 Practice & Game Dates

Practice Schedule Released (UPDATED 8/17) -Practices start August 25:

  • 10U/12U - Sundays 1230-2pm and Thursdays 530-7pm
  • 14U - Sundays 2-330pm and Wednesday 530-7pm (If 14U can not make Wed practice - please join the 12U on Thursday)
  • Titans - Mondays 7-845pm and Thursdays 7-845pm
  • Bobcats - Saturdays 12:30-2pm and Wednesdays 7-9pm (note there is a time change Oct 13 and 27 - contact your coach for details)

Practice times are subject to change.


Game dates:

  • Saturday September 15 between 2-6pm at either Bladium (Alameda) or Silver Creek (San Jose)
  • Saturday September 29 between 2-6pm at either Bladium (Alameda) or Silver Creek (San Jose)
  • Saturday October 13 between 2-6pm at Bladium (Alameda) or Sunday September 14 between 9-3 at Silver Creek (San Jose)


Additional play dates:

Other Saturdays in September/October will have pickup games or scheduled games in Lafayette from 1230-6pm

What's happening in 2018

The Sting is a 501c3 (non-profit) box lacrosse club.  Our mission is to provide the best coaching and box lacrosse experience at a reasonable price for lacrosse players who live or go to school in Danville, Blackhawk, Alamo, Diablo or San Ramon.  


The Sting is the box lacrosse program for players prior to high school and three local high schools have decided to play box lacrosse under The Sting umbrella.

  • The Sting for 14U, 12U & 10U

  • Titans predominantly SRV lacrosse players

  • Bobcats predominantly DVHS lacrosse players


2017 is off to a great start! We spent Memorial Day weekend playing box lacrosse with one team taking part in the Bay Area Super Series.


The group of 15 players went 3-1 in the round robin portion and then went onto to win both their semi-final and championship game.

The Sting Box Lacrosse

Not all lacrosse is created equal.  There are two main types of lacrosse: Field and Box.  Field is the most common game (played on a large field with 10 players per side).  Box lacrosse is an edgy, fast paced and more exciting game.  It is played in a thawed hockey rink with similar rules to hockey. Think of hockey combined with basketball combined with lacrosse.  5 players and a goalie per side. A 30 second shot clock.  Tiny 4' by 4' nets protected by a goalie who is paded up more than a hockey goalie.  It is a sprinters game with non-stop action.  Send an email to to learn more about joining The Sting.

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