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Rival 2018 Master Schedule

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Boys- $245/season (uniform included)



1st-2nd Grade: $265/season (uniform included)

3rd-4th Grade: $265/season (uniform included)

5th-6th Grade: $295/season (uniform included)

7th-8th Grade: $295/season (uniform included)



-          In order to provide an entry point opportunity for new players to discover the sport of lacrosse. Rival will provide full equipment for the season at a limited cost!

-          This allows new players a chance to learn the game, without having to make a large financial commitment at the outset.

-          Date and Time for Rental Equipment Distribution Day is TBD.


SPRING 2020 Practice Times & Information:                                                                                                                        


Girls on Field #2

Boys on Field #5    


Saturday Practice Schedule (Girls & Boys):

2/22: 10 am-12 pm

2/29: 10 am-12 pm

3/7: 10 am-12pm


Weekly Practice Schedule (Girls):

- Practice Days (Starting the week of 3/9/2020):

- 1-8 Grade Girls- Practice Mondays

- 5-8 Grade Girls- Practice Wednesdays

- Practice Time: 6:30 PM- Dusk

- Location: Field #2 (Next to Tennis Courts)


Weekly Practice Schedule (Boys):

- Practice Days (Starting the week of 3/9/20):

1/2 Grade: Practice Wednesday

3/4 Grade: Practice Tues/Thurs

5/6 Grade: Practice Mon/Fri

- Practice Time: 6:30 PM-Dusk

- Location: Field: #5 (Softball Outfield)



Click Link Below to register


2020 Rival Lacrosse Spring Play League is Now Open!

We are excited to open 2020 Spring registration for Rival Lacrosse. Rival Lacrosse is the largest recreational lacrosse program in the southeast and we are proud to begin our 18th year in February of 2020. The Rival Lacrosse Spring Play League consists of boys grades 1-6, girls grades 1-8 with teams practicing and competing across the Triangle area in the Heart of North Carolina! The 2020 Rival Spring Play League will run from February 22-May 2, 2020. 1-2 practices a week and games on Saturday’s beginning in mid March.


Rival Lacrosse is a recreational in-house lacrosse league with modified rules to help progress each player at every level of experience, even beginners! We have the most experienced and compassionate group of coaches in the area who are teachinglacrosse to help grow the game as a whole in the Triangle. We are proud of the foundation we have built to enable more people to be exposed to our sport and have several decoratedRival alums serving as coaches and referees year after year!!

We will be launching a new website in the next few weeks that will be more user friendly for announcements and weather updates throughout the season but registration is now open.

Each site will have specific practice times and days per age group with 1-2nd Grade 1 day a week, 3-4th Grade 2X a week, 5-6th grade 2X a week, normally 6-7:30pm as daylight permits.

Please email info@fusionlacrosse.com with any questions


Site Director BOYS - Sandy Kapatos  skapatos@ravenscroft.org
Since his first game as Ravenscroft head coach in 2008, Kapatos has gone 100-64 in his 10 years at Ravenscroft and twice was named the U.S. Lacrosse Boys Coach of the Year for North Carolina private schools (2012, 2016). During this time, Kapatos has coached numerous All-Conference players, five Conference Players of the Year and 10 NCISAA All-State honorees. Kapatos coached the Ravens to five consecutive TISAC titles, as well as seven consecutive NCISAA State Tournament appearances, three appearances in the championship game and one NCISAA Division I state championship in 2016. Before coaching at Ravenscroft, Kapatos was the head coach of men's lacrosse at Adelphi University, a Division II private institution in Garden City, New York, accumulating a record of 115-58 in his 13 years as head coach of the Panthers. While at Adelphi, Kapatos guided the Panthers to four national championships in six appearances in 1995, 1998, 1999 and 2001. In 2001, Kapatos was named the NCAA Division II Coach of the Year, and was named NYCAC (now ECC) Coach of the Year in 1997, 1999 and 2001. In 2008, Kapatos was named to the Long Island Lacrosse Hall of Fame, and was inducted into the Adelphi University Athletics Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2014. Kapatos was an All-American goalkeeper for Levittown Division High School and was a two-time All-American at Nassau Community College. Kapatos also played goalkeeper at the University of Maryland, where he won an ACC title and backstopped the Terrapins to a semifinal appearance in the 1977 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship. During the day, Sandy serves the Ravenscroft community as The Director of Auxiliary Programs, he provides general strategic and management oversight in areas such as summer programs, facilities utilization, and for services such as Extended Day and the School Bookstore.
Girls Fusion/Rival Director Debbie Rebosa coachrebosa@fusionlacrosse.com has been with Fusion Lacrosse since/Rival 2010.  She has helped develop the Spring and Fall Rival Recreational programs as well as the TSL Purple Summer Select programs.  Originally from in Rockland County, New York, she grew up as an all around athlete and later lacrosse enthusiast. Graduating from Clarkstown South High School in 1993, she was a three–year tri–varsity athlete in field hockey, track and lacrosse. In those sports, she also earned the honors of All–Conference, All–Section, All–Region and MVP as well as various scholarships and coach's awards. Later, she attended the University of Buffalo in New York (1993–1997) and assisted in the growth, development and maintenance of the women's club program. Heavily influenced and coached by Lacrosse Hall of Famer, the late Wes Patterson of the Tuscaroran Tribe, she grew a deeper understanding of the spirit of the sport and commitment to serve the lacrosse community. During her senior year of college she was selected to play in the US Intercollegiate National Championships. Currently, she is the head coach of the Durham Academy Girls Varsity Lacrosse team as well as an entrepreneur in the real estate and development industries. She continues to play as a midfielder with the Carolina Heat Women's Lacrosse team.  Debbie currently resides in Chapel Hill.