The Dunlap Recreation Association provides baseball, softball, lacrosse and basketball programs for kids in the Dunlap, IL area. DRA is organized by volunteers and is completely funded by fees, donations, concessions and sponsorships.
Our address is:
Dunlap Recreation Association
P.O. Box 127
Dunlap, IL 61525
by: Brian Holt
by: Landon Parker
Good morning, all. The games scheduled this evening for the 3rd-6th grade Boys House Basketball will be cancelled due to weather and school closing. Sorry for any inconvenience Mother Nature has provided.
by: Landon Parker
Friday January 12th
5:30-6:30 PM - Players born ‘07 - ’09
6:30-7:30 PM - Players born ‘03 - ’06
Sundays January 21st & January 28th
6:15-7:15 PM - Players born ‘07 - ’09
7:15-8:15 PM - Players born ‘03 - ’06
by: Dunlap Lacrosse
Spring Youth Lacrosse Registration for BOYS and GIRLS is now OPEN!
For more information about the Club and the season, please see our page of Frequently Asked Questions.
There will be a Parent Meeting at 7:00 PM on February 4th. (location TBD). ALL parents and coaches must attend.
Dunlap Regular Season is NO CUT. All players make the team. Although this is not considered a travel team, all teams can have games outside of Peoria including Chicago (2 Saturdays).
For 2018, fees are dependant on the team (see below). If a player is moved to a different team, the difference will be charged/refunded. Limited rental gear is available on the Team Store, including girls helmets made available by a generous donation from GREAT CLIPS! Uniforms are an addition $60 and become the property of the player. All 2018 uniforms will have a new design.
PRE-SEASON WINTER CLINICS
Sundays January 14-28 at the Louisville Slugger Dome 6:15-8:15PM
Registration information is coming November 27th!
These clinics are for beginning AND returning players. All returning players should attempt to attend. It is mandatory that all NEW players complete a beginner clinic. If they did not participate in the Fall FUNdamentals, or December 309 Lacrosse Winter Clinics, they should sign up for the Winter Skills Clinics for Boys and Girls scheduled for January 14, 21 and 28 (all 3 required). This allows the coaches to guide beginners before season, and start their planned drills knowing the basic skills (how to hold a stick, how to throw) have been covered. There will be separate clinics for boys and girls. Girls will register by grade. In the boys' clinics, players will be separated by beginner and advanced skill levels. Boys will register by birth year ('07-'09 and '03-'06) to allow for an equal number of clinic participants of similar age range and size. Younger players will have sufficient developmental and practice opportunities during the spring season.
by: Catherine D'Souza