The Medfield Youth Lacrosse online registration system is now open for the upcoming 2018 Spring Season.
The registration window is officially open. A late fee is assessed for any Spring registrations that are made after October 31st – so be sure to sign-up quickly.
The Spring Registration FAQ is located on our website will explain each of the boys’ and girls’ (Grade 1st-8th) programs. Our program fees are $5 higher than last year, due to an increase in the US lacrosse membership fee. The FAQ and Registration tabs are located on the left menu bar on the site below.
Please click on the "Register Online" link.
In an effort improve our try-out process and provide the fairest tryout for all players, Boy’s grades 5-8 tryouts will be moved to November 2017 for the Spring 2018 season. The primary reason for this change is to provide a full field for tryouts without the space constraints of Forekicks. A full field will allow the evaluators to view players in real game scenarios on a regulation sized lacrosse field.
Who: Boy’s Grades 5th -8th
Where: Medfield HS Turf
When: Tentatively – Sunday, November 12th and 19th.
5th: 9:30 am - 11:00 am
8th: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
6th: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
7th: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Player’s First Try-out: MYL does not have cuts – all players will be placed on a team that meets their current skill level. If a player does not want to try-out for the more competitive A Team – they do not have to attend the try-outs. They will automatically be placed on the B team.
Due to this change we are movingboth Boys and Girls Spring registration windows to October. Registration must be completed prior to the try-out process. An email will be sent out once the registration window opens.
Please email us if you have any questions. More info to come.
We wanted to congratulate all our MYL teams for a great season. Our program belongs to the strongest lacrosse league in Massachusetts. The Boy’s Town Pride League is basically a list of all the towns that continually have their high school lacrosse teams reaching the state championships.
On average our youth teams teams were ranked on the higher end when the play-off brackets were created by the TPL League. This is a great indicator that our teams are successful against other very competitive town teams. Congrats and huge THANK YOU to all of our coaches for their great work improving our boy’s skill level, game IQ, competiveness and the most important attribute - Team Work!
We want to congratulate both of our 8A & 7A teams on winning their TPL Championship games. Given the competition – these are truly great accomplishments.
TPL Championship Games – Final Scores:
8A Team beat Andover (9-4)
7A Team beat Hingham (6-4) * second year in a row this team has won the TPL championship.
We hope everyone enjoys their summer – take some time off to relax and enjoy themselves.
The Medfield Youth Lacrosse Rebounder Wall is now completed and now open to all to Medfield residents to work on their stick skills or any sport that they want to train on. The wall is located on the back part of Metacomet Field.
The Wall was completely funded by our MYL non-profit organization through donations and fund raising efforts. If you attended our Spring Fund Raiser – then you helped build this wall too.
So what is a rebounder wall ? If you know lacrosse – every coach and player will tell you that practicing lacrosse against a wall is the one thing that will definitely improve your stick skills and will make you a better player if you work at it. Our wall is 45 feet long by 15 feet tall – it is double-sided so players can utilize both sides. A picture is up on our home page.
Ideas are great – making them come true is only accomplished through hard work. We would like to especially thank the following people/groups for their tireless efforts to take this concept and make it a reality.
Jeff Marsden and the Medfield Public Schools
Medfield Parks and Rec
Thanks to everyone, and please look out for our next Fundraiser Event in early Spring. Also – please let your child know the wall is now officially open.
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