The mission of LTLC is to teach, govern and promote the sport of lacrosse in Lake Tapps and the surrounding communities, including Auburn, Sumner, Bonney Lake, White River and Enumclaw. LTLC will emphasize the development of skills, self-esteem,




Lake Tapps Lacrosse Club (LTLC) is proud to serve the families in the Enumclaw, Buckley, Auburn and Sumner (including Bonney Lake), and Dieringer School Districts. We have teams at the 3/4 grade level, 5/6 grade level, and 7/8 grade level, for both boys and girls. We accept all skill levels, from new beginners to experienced and highly competitive players. LTLC’s mission is to emphasize the development of skills, self-esteem, good sportsmanship, fitness and teamwork through the sport of lacrosse.

Lacrosse season begins in the winter. Practices begin the first week of February for Boys and the first week of March for Girls. Typical practices are in the afternoon/ evenings, twice per week for 1.5- 2 hours each. Because we have such a large catchment area practices can be located anywhere from Enumclaw to Auburn, and are practiced on grass fields. Locations are finalized just before the season begins. 

Games begin the month after practices begin, and are typically scheduled on Saturdays for Boys and either, or both Saturdays and Sundays for Girls. The season lasts until mid-May, with Tournament possibilities running through Mid- to late June.


It’s the fastest game on two feet! If your son or daughter is interested in trying out lacrosse for the first time we offer beginner clinics, for both boys and girls at different times throughout the year. For our returning players that may wish to strengthen their skills we begin offering Fall Clinics in September. And at all times throughout the year, both in season and out of regular season, we firmly believe in competing with class and pledge to always Honor the Game


Please check our website often or 'like' us on Facebook for additional updates!



#TeamCozzi D.I.P.G. Awareness & Benefit Night 2017 (May 13)


Camron & family have had amazing triumphs and struggles over the last year. We are happy to announce we will be doing a benefit to help the Cozzi family with expenses related to the treatments Camron is receiving. He has officially made it over a year past diagnosis thanks to multiple teams of physicians and treatments. Thanks to all the phenomenal people who have helped emotionally and financially along the way, Camron has been defying the odds of DIPG.

Support Team Cozzi

On Saturday, May 13, join Team Cozzi at the Washington State Fair Ground's Expo Hall for a night of support, awareness and celebration. Your donations will support Camron’s medical treatments and expenses so they can put all their energy and focus on their family.

The proceeds from the event will be given to Angel Wings Foundation, a local non-profit who aims to spread love, compassion and hope to local families when they need it the most and expect it the least. They support individuals and families who have recently experienced life changing events. A fund has been set up in Camron's name by the Angel Wings Foundation. Find out more at


Event Schedule

3:00pm Doors Open & Social Hour & Silent Auction

5:30pm Dinner

7:00pm Live Auction

9:00pm Music & Dancing


Donations for Live & Silent Auction

We are collecting goods and services for the Live & Silent Auctions. Please email if you have items or services to contribute. Items can be dropped off at the following locations:

Pape Machinery of Kent:

Pape Machinery of Fife:

Total Sports:

Email for more information or to schedule a pickup.


Organizers: Ryan Taylor, Greg & Kendra Pelland, Pape Machinery, Puyallup Extrication Team

by Heather Rader posted 04/13/2017



Please see the "TRACK IT FORWARD" page, under the "Opportunities" tab above (on our website) for answers to all of your questions regarding how to sign up for events, and log your hours.

We understand that your time is extremely valuable, and we genuinely appreciate all of you that volunteer to make this Club great! 

Should you have any concerns about volunteering, please reach out to the Director of Operations at to discuss ways you may be able to volunteer for the Club.

by Heather Rader posted 02/04/2017

Great turn out today for the Alumni game despite the freezing temperature! Thanks to all who came out to support the alumni, high school players and the Cozzi family. We know many of you were out of town but there in spirit!
If you were unable to attend the game and would like to make a donation to the Cozzi family please click on the following link:


posted 01/02/2016
Alumni Lacrosse Game- Support For Cozzi Family




As many of you may have heard one of our own lacrosse family members is facing a very serious illness. Camron and his parents, Paul, Cyndi, and his brother Jordan have much to face as a family so we are asking that as a lacrosse community we unite behind them at this time.

Please keep the Cozzi family in your thoughts and prayers. 

posted 01/01/2016
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