I, (parent/guardian) hereby request you (Trilogy Lacrosse, LLC, TRILOGY) accept this agreement (Agreement) for my child's enrollment in the TRILOGY event(s) listed on this form (Events). In consideration of TRILOGY acceptance of this Agreement, I hereby agree to release, hold harmless, and indemnify Trilogy Lacrosse, LLC, and all of their respective owners, agents, employees, sponsors, representatives and assigns, from and for any and all claims resulting from any injuries or death sustained by my child while participating in the Events, or in traveling to or from the Events. I acknowledge that lacrosse is a contact sport, and understand that, although rare, there is a risk of serious injury or death associated in playing the sport. I hereby give permission to the coaches, training staff, and other medical professionals to provide medical care as deemed necessary to my child in case of any injury or illness. Photos and video taken of my child while participating at the Events may be used in and for any TRILOGY publications and advertisements. I warrant and represent that I have the authority to sign this Agreement on behalf of my minor child. Signing this Agreement, and registration of my child in the Events, shall act as my consent for any such advertising usage. I acknowledge and agree that I am responsible for outfitting my child with the appropriate equipment (stick, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, mouth guard and helmet for boys; stick, goggles and mouth guard for girls) for the Events, and I agree that my child will wear their helmet/headgear and appropriate equipment whenever on the Field during the Events. If you are a non-U.S. resident, you will need to provide a record of vaccination/immunizations.
I understand that if my child takes any prescribed medication that will either need to be 1) administered by authorized event health personnel or 2) self-administered by participant, I will need to fill out this information in this waiver. I will bring medication in original packaging to check-in and turn over to designated event health personnel to administer as I specify in this waiver. Please note that self-administration is not permitted in the state of Massachusetts.
A participant who exhibits signs, symptoms, or behaviors suggestive of a concussion will be removed immediately from practice or competition and not returned to play until evaluated by a healthcare professional with experience in the evaluation and management of concussions.
Participants diagnosed with or suspected of a concussion will not return to activity for the remainder of that day. Should a concussion occur, Trilogy will inform the participant’s parents or guardians about the known or possible concussion. The athlete will only be allowed to return to play once he receives permission from an appropriate healthcare professional.
All of our Staff are trained in Concussion Awareness and will watch for the signs and symptoms of concussions. The participants, however, should understand the signs and symptoms of a concussion and accept the responsibility for reporting all of their injuries or illnesses to Trilogy staff or healthcare professional, including signs and symptoms of a concussion.
Please review the Concussion Information Sheet from the CDC Heads Up Program at the following link: https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/pdfs/youthsports/Parent_Athlete_Info_Sheet-a.pdf. By clicking agree, you are certifying that you have received educational materials on concussions and their consequences.