To promote the sport of lacrosse in the town of Somers, Connecticut, to advance the interest in lacrosse and to encourage sportsmanlike behavior.
 
 
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                           Winner's Circle

 

Just as it's important to start every game with a conversation, it's equally important to have a postgame conversation!

 

"Winner's Circle" is a more high-energy way to bring closure to a game. Here's how to implement it after your next game:

  • Players stand in a circle, often linking arms
  • The floor is open to anyone who wants to offer appreciation and recognition to another team member
  • After each person speaks, the entire circle moves to give that player a high-five

At the end you can recognize players who contributed who haven't been recognized.
 

Even in a losing effort, your players did many positive things that deserve recognition!

 

 

adapted from The Double-Goal Coach by Jim Thompson