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  • Fall Ball Clinic registration starts September 1st
Why Spokane Youth Lacrosse?
SYL was founded by lacrosse players, people who are passionate about the game, and know the sport inside and out.  As such, we emphasize not only the quality of our program but player safety, skills, sportsmanship, and fun.  We are dedicated to passing on our knowledge of the sport and developing the lacrosse community in the Pacific Northwest.

We offer the following
  • ​Spring lacrosse league games with the various teams in the Spokane area, in addition to clinics in the fall and winter
  • US Lacrosse trained coaches.  Every year we encourage our coaches to participate the US Lacrosse Coaches Training Program.  We have both US Lacrosse Level 1 and Level 2 Certified Coaches on our coaching staff.
  • US Lacrosse certified officials – All of our referees have to attend and be certified the US Lacrosse Referee Certification Program.
  • Our coaching staff is made up of responsible adults.
  • Neighborhood based teams.
Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the US.  Are you interested?  Come be a part of this phenomenal trend! Contact our League Administrator at 869-1697 or .
Fall Ball Clinics!

 Spokane Youth Lacrosse is pleased to announce a Fall Ball Clinic schedule. We will offer fall lacrosse to both Boys (K through 8th grade) and Girls (K through 8th grade).

It's a 4 week session. The dates are September 24th, October 1st, 8th, and 15th.

Times are:  2:00 pm - 3:30 pm  Boys (K - 4th grade)
               2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Girls (K - 4th grade)
               2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Girls (5th - 8th grade)

               3:30-6:00 pm for Boys (5th – 8th grade)

 

Register Online between September 1-12. New players are welcome, however, full equipment will be required. There will be a limited number of spots available per division. A current US Lacrosse membership is required. 

Costs for 4 wk session: 
          $60 for Boys (5th – 8th grade)
          $40 for Boys (K - 4th grade) & Girls (K – 8th grade.)  

 


posted 08/08/2016
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