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Spring Football Scrimmages

There has been a slight change in the spring scrimmages.  The scrimmage scheduled for 5/16 will now take place at Woodstock HS rather than Kell HS.

2015 LHS Summer Football Camps

Please see the flyer below for more information regarding LHS football camps this summer.

Equipment Distribution is Sunday, July 19

Equipment distribution will be Sunday, 7/19 between 1-4:00 at LHS.  We will be under the bleachers behind the Frank.  

Please be sure to bring:

Report Card (most recent), Birth Certificate, GMSAA Waiver if middle-school, and copy of physical.  Also, two separate checks will be needed for equipment deposit and volunteer commitment (these are not cashed unless duties are not fulfilled).

There will be spirit wear and we do take debit/credit cards for those purchases!!


Registration is OPEN!

Some important, upcoming dates:

Spring/Fall registration will begin early March.

Spring Football practices begin 4/27.  Schedule runs 3 weeks with games/jamborees possible on weekend dates.  Spring Football is only for rising 6th-8th grades.

Fall FLAG football begins the week of 7/20/15 for 1st-2nd grades.

Fall TACKLE football begins the week of 7/20/2015 for 3rd-5th grades.

Fall TACKLE football begins the week of 7/27/2015 for 6th-8th grades.

Flag Football for the Fall of 2015!

LJTF is pleased to announce the addition of flag football for rising 1st and 2nd grades.  We will be competing in the NMFL Division II.

Cost is $175.  

Practices will begin the week of 7/20/2015.  Practices will be 1-2 times/week(60-90 minutes) at Lassiter High School.  Schedule will be determined by the coach.

There will be 8 games on Saturdays (plus potential play-offs).

The board will be seeking parent volunteers as coaches.

What is Spring Football?

What is Spring Football?
Spring football is a three week program designed to introduce tackle football to both beginners and returning players as they learn the basic fundamentals of the game while also learning the specific approach that has made the Lassiter football program one of the most successful football organizations in the State of Georgia.

What age groups are eligible to participate in Spring Football?
Spring football is open to all rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students that reside within the Lassiter school district.
What skill sets/prior experience is required?
Spring football is an excellent introduction to those who have never played football, as it allows the player to experience tackle football without having to commit to a full seasonIt also serves as a great refresher to those players who are returning to the program.  Many of our fall football participants start with spring football and continue with the program due to their enjoyment of the game.

Should my son play Spring Football if he is committed to another Spring sport?
Many of our Spring Football players also participate in spring sports, such as baseball or lacrosseand are able to balance the primary commitment of their spring sport while also attending practices and jamborees. 

What should I expect from a time commitment for Spring Football?

Spring Football lasts three weeks.  The first week consists of five practices (weather-permitting) that start on Monday and end on Friday.  The second and third weeks consist of four practices (typically Monday through Thursday) with a scheduled jamboree on both Saturdays.  All practices are held at Lassiter High School with jamborees scheduled at nearby high schools.

13 Can Make A Difference

The Lutzie 43 Foundation (www.Lutzie43.org) is proud to announce the 1st Annual “13 Can Make A Difference” food drive to take place on September 12th at Lassiter High School. We ask for your support to fill the St. Vincent De Paul Food Pantry, which provides food and other home products on a non-denominational basis to those in need in the community. The food drive is spearheaded by LHS Cheerleaders, LHS Student Council and LHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).

Lassiter and The Lutzie 43 Foundation ask you to donate 13 items each in honor of Philip Lutzenkirchen’s high school number. The items can include non-perishable food items or home products such as soap, detergent, personal care products, cooking oil, etc. Donation bins will be available at Lassiter High School during the day on September 12th and at the entrance to Frank Fillmann Stadium during the varsity football game against Woodstock High School Friday night. Woodstock also will be collecting items for the food drive.

The first 1,000 contributors to the food drive will receive a commemorative ”Lutz” bracelet from the Foundation and all students will be eligible for one of four $430.00 Community Service Scholarships from the Lutzie 43 Foundation. T-shirts for the event will be offered for sale for $10.00 by the Student Council and FBLA throughout the week at Lassiter.

The “13 Can Make A Difference” food drive is one of the initial events offered by the Lutzie 43 Foundation, whose mission is to develop the character of young athletes and their coaches focusing on leadership, charity, compassion, mentorship, hard work, honesty and faith. For information regarding the food drive, please contact Cathy Zingler at cathy.zingler@cobbk12.org or The Lutzie 43 Foundation at Lutzie43@gmail.com, or visit www.LassiterFootball.net .

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