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1 month ago @ 11:13AM

Baseline Concussion Testing - A Reminder from Chantal Filiau NH LAT, ATC


The sports that need these TWO tests are Boys and Girls Lacrosse, Softball, Baseball, and Boys Volleyball.

Freshman, Juniors, those that haven’t played a GHS sport in 2 years, or are new altogether to GHS athletics will need it:


ImPACT (baseline test on the computer) is right after school on this Friday, March 6th  and next Friday, March 13th. There may be another date added but that will be based upon need.


C3 Logix (balance testing on an iPad) is throughout the weeks leading up to preseason:




Team News

1 month ago @ 10:56AM

Brief Player Information Meeting 2-19-20 (In case you missed it!)


When & Where: The Hampshire Dome (Milford NH)

March 23, 24, 25 3:00pm-5:00pm; Thursday March 26 3:00pm-6:00pm*

*our slot will be either 3-5pm or 4-6pm on the 26th

Please note you MUST first register for Girls Lacrosse and satisfy the academic eligibility and physician certification requirements before attending tryouts; Spring Sports Registration (closes March 26thth) and can be accessed here: If you are a freshman, please make sure you have an “updated” physician certification on file with the school that is dated at least June 1, 2019 or sooner. 

Transportation:  Bus transportation (roundtrip) is being provided to/from GHS. NOTE: All players are REQUIRED to take the bus to/from tryouts.  Please listen for announcements regarding early dismissal. 

General Expectations for Tryouts: Attendance at a minimum of 3 tryout sessions; Cooperative and problem solving mentality; Overall good physical fitness (warning: we will NOT be spending the first few weeks of the season getting into shape. It is expected that you are showing up for the season with the proper physical fitness necessary for play).     

General Positional Skills Expectations:

  Attack-  accurate shot, ability to use proper shot selection/fake, stick-work, use of both hands, commitment to feed/feed skills, patience and communication for play set-up, composure with the ball, ability to set/use screens/picks (on and off ball); marking-up and commitment to the ride, ground ball mastery

  Midfield- superior endurance and speed, field vision, situational game awareness and commitment to the transition, off-ball movement, all defensive skills outlined below; all attack skills outlined above

  Defense- communication and defensive unit teamwork (slides, switches, and picking up the cutter, goal-side positioning), composure with the ball, tenacity, denying the strong-side, awareness on how to jumpstart the attack when clearing from the defensive end, use of both hands; ground ball mastery

  Goalie- footwork, quick reflexes, awareness of the angles, stick-work, composure/clear-headedness, leadership skills


Any questions please contact our Athletic Trainer: Chantal Filiau 


-Tournament Hosted by Nashua South @Stellos Stadium Saturday April 4th 8am-4:30pm,

(Both JV and Varsity players will have a game schedule)

-Possible preseason scrimmage vs Dover High School (depending on turf availability) TBD


Basic Contact Info:

Varsity Coach: Catherine Bausha                        

Cell phone (603) 261-5952                               


General Team information can be found on the Girls Lacrosse section of the GHS Athletics website. The weekly practice schedule, season updates, news and team announcements will be posted in the “News” section of the site, which can be accessed at:  To be automatically NOTIFIED via email and/or text message of game schedule changes, news and updates posted to the site it is VERY IMPORTANT for Players AND Parents to sign up for a FAN ACCOUNT on the site.  Directions on how to sign up can be found: 

Select “Girls Varsity Lacrosse” or “Girls JV Lacrosse” (whichever is applicable) as a team to follow so that you get all updates and notices (via text and/or email, whichever is your preference).


-Attendance at ALL practices and games unless there is an excused absence; Accountability ON and OFF the field; Positive motivation and support for your teammates; Hard work and effort (not just on game days!); Commitment to increasing your lacrosse IQ and having a working knowledge of the rules; Sportsmanship (even in the face of adversity); Leadership from all returning players.

-NO Jewelry will be allowed to be worn during any practice or game. This includes cartilage, septum, and helix piercings. This is entirely a safety issue that is well within the control of each player. It is expected that players exercise the self-discipline necessary to follow this rule and take it seriously.   

-Lacrosse is a RUNNING sport. We will incorporate running into every practice (and many days we conduct a longer distance run of at least 30 minutes). Players need to have the appropriate footwear to support the amount of running that will be taking place so as to help them avoid unnecessary injuries.  


There is a MANDATORY Registration Night/Info Night on Tuesday, March 31st 6pm.  Players and at least one parent/guardian must attend. Uniforms will be provided at Registration Night to all players who are properly registered. Please also check out the Goffstown Grizzlies Lacrosse Club Facebook page as a good source for Booster Club information throughout the season.
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