Kickoff the summer travel season with the Boys Claw Classic 
hosted by Maineiax Lacrosse Club!

Sunday, June 26, 2022

Enjoy Portland, recently voted #1 
“10 Hottest Foodie Cities in America” by People Magazine! 


Boys Tournament
Sunday, June 26, 2022
Falmouth Community – Falmouth, Maine (middle set of fields)

  • Divisions: 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029 , 2030, 2031 (rising 4th-9th grades)
  • 10 v 10 format 
  • 2 games per team (no playoffs)
  • 50-minute full field games 
  • 8:00am-3:00pm
  • $350 per team (discount for multiple teams)
  • Register as a team or free agent; free agents will be grouped with teammates from same town/school. 
  • All players must fill out an online waiver here or they can not play.


Players do not have to self-register for this tournament. However, ALL PLAYERS MUST FILL OUT A WAIVER HERE in order to participate. 

Parking is on site. 

There is no food onsite so we suggest having players and fans bring snacks and lunch. 

We welcome team tents in the designated area along the fence near the parking lot. 

No dogs allowed on fields. 

Games will be 50 minutes each (25 minute halves) and a 5-minute halftime. Teams should be ready to start their games as the previous game is ending. There are no playoffs for this tournament. All games will be played following the 2022 US Lacrosse rules, found here: These rules include checking at all ages.

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We are hoping for sun, but as we can’t control the weather, we will play until it becomes a safety concern or if there is thunder or lightning. In these circumstances, all participants and spectators will be asked to make their way back to their cars. We will not resume play for 30 minutes after the last sign of thunder or lightning. In the case that delays occur, games will not pause nor be made up and could be lost due to any severe weather, although we will an attempt to make up a game if possible at the end of the day, if time and light allows it

Questions? Please contact