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Copperheads Announcement

To our Copperheads Lacrosse Family,

It has been an interesting year for sure.  When we purchased Copperheads Lacrosse it was our desire to offer affordable, quality lacrosse options to the many outlying areas we serve.  The goal was to share our love of lacrosse with players and coaches.

Since we are a privately held company and not a park, city or community team, we have not had access to many of the public venues that we have in the past due to COVID.  When we provided the refunds for our Spring Leagues, we never anticipated that we would not be able to offer Summer or Fall lacrosse.   In addition, we have no assurances we could play in Spring of 2021.  These leagues accounted for close to 70% of our annual revenue.  Thus, aside from minimal, limited travel team activities for two teams rather than six, we have not had any meaningful revenue due to the COVID circumstances since Spring.

We have made the extremely difficult decision to shut down Copperheads Lacrosse effective this month.

Although it will require a lot of organization at the local level, the MAYLA League and Peachtree City Lacrosse will remain viable options for boys and girls, youth and middle school lacrosse.

Obviously, for those that know us, an emotional time for us.

We want to express our deep deep appreciation for your support, to all the players, the dedicated coaches, and parents, you all have been awesome.  Thank you so much,

Mike and Carter


 


 

Copperheads 2021's win Rome Challenge July, 2020

Copperheads 2021's win Rome Challenge. July, 2020


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COVID-19  |  We are monitoring the virus, and state and local organizations, to help ensure a healthy environment for everyone involved in our games and practices. 

1. Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
2. Practice Social Distancing.
3. Where a mask when appropriate.
4. Do not share water bottles or player equiipment.
5. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
6. Stay home when you are sick.
7. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
8. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. 


 


 



 

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