Monday, February 5, 2018

Pottstown PAL Starting Girls Lacrosse Program

The Pottstown Police Athletic League is starting a new girls lacrosse program for players in fifth through eighth grade.

Players will "learn and develop the fundamentals of lacrosse and play against area teams."

Practice and home games will be at the PAL Sports Complex at 1455 Chestnut Grove Road, which is near the Route 100 and North State Street interchange.

Away games could be played in Boyertown, Phoenixville, Methacton, Upper Perk, Perk Valley and in the Coventries.

PAL is part of the Philadelphia Area Girls Lacrosse Association's Tri-County Division, (Visit for more information.)

Practices begin in March and games will extend through May.

Registration is now open at and the $100 registration fee includes membership with PAGLA, insurance, use of practice and game pinnys and team socks.

The team will be led by Shelby Iezzi, who played at Owen J. Roberts High School and Bloomsberg University and has coached Pope John Paul II and Dynamite Lacrosse since 2012.

Contact her at with questions or concerns.

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