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PC Youth Lacrosse - Fall Registration - Now Open and will close August 31st

PC offers teams for Boys Grades K-8 & Girls Grades 3-8


PRACTICE BEGINS THE WEEK OF AUGUST 25th

SEE CHART BELOW FOR YOUR PRACTICE DAYS & TIMES

FALL PRACTICE SCHEDULE

TEAM LOCATION DAYS TIME
Storm Boys Jeremy Ranch Monday & Thursday 4:30-6
Lightning Boys Jeremy Ranch Wednesday & Friday 4:30-6
Thunder Boys Ecker Hill Tuesday & Friday 5:30-7:30
Junior Boys Ecker Hill Wednesday 4:15-6:15
Ecker Hill Friday 3:30-5:30
Lightning Girls* TBA
Thunder Girls Matt Knoop Wednesday 4:30-6
Matt Knoop Friday 4-6
Junior Girls Matt Knoop Tuesday & Thursday 6-8

*Due to low player numbers in the Lightning Girls Division, practices are TBA


IMPORTANT UTAH LACROSSE DATES

Important Dates from Utah Lacrosse Association - Fall 2014 Season
August 20 ULA's Gear Rental Day in SLC
August 31 ULA Youth Registration Ends
September 13 Youth Games Begin
October 25 Last Day of Youth Games

Latest News on the Storm Division: K-2 grade

BOYS - STORM Division-Fall 2014

Park City Youth Lacrosse offers a Storm division for boys (K-2) which practices twice a week and scrimmages on Saturdays .The Boys STORM division is offered at a discounted rate because they do not play games in the ULA league at this age. Please go to the Park City Youth Lacrosse registration tab to register.

In addition, ULA offers an OPTIONAL Saturday skills program for Storm players. It is NOT mandatory in the Storm Division to register with ULA. Players can do both the ULA Saturday STORM program AND the PC Youth Lacrosse STORM program or just one.  We highly recommend the PCYLO team experience. To register for the ULA Saturday Storm boys program go to www.utahlax.org .

GIRLS- STORM (K-2) Division - Fall 2014

New this year, Park City Youth Lacrosse is offering clinics for Storm (1st-2nd grade) girls by Coach Laurie Podmilsak. These will be well structured clinics in a casual environment. The dates and times are yet to be determined but will start in mid-September and be 4 - 1 hr clinics. Please email Adrienne below if you have a 1st or 2nd grader interested.


Utah Lacrosse Association (ULA) also offers a girls Saturday Storm ( K -2nd) program in Salt Lake City and is clinic based with scrimmages each week in order for the girls to learn and master the fundamentals of the game. Due to the low numbers in player registrations, players meet in one location and practice for an hour.  After the hour clinic is over they will be split into teams for an hour long scrimmage. This will happen once a week for 4 weeks -  location and time TBD. To register for the ULA Girls Storm League go to www.utahlax.org to register.

4 two hour Saturday Sessions, September 13, 20, 27 October 4
Location TBA - 9am-11am


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About Park City Youth Lacrosse (PCYLO)

The Park City Youth Lacrosse Organization (PCYLO) runs programs for youth in grades 1-8 in Park City, Utah.

Programs are offered for both girls and boys in four divisions: For boys, Junior (grades 7 & 8), Thunder (grades 5 & 6), Lightning (grades 3 & 4), and Storm (grade 1 & 2). For girls, in Junior (grades 7 & 8) Thunder (grades 5 & 6) Lightning (grades 3 & 4). Within each division there are two to four teams, depending on numbers of registrations.

Spring is the primary competitive season for lacrosse nationwide; a more relaxed, learning-oriented program is offered in the fall. In Boys Thunder and Junior divisions we do have  "A" , "B" and "C" teams and "A" and "B" teams in Junior girls. Practices are generally held 2-3 times per week depending on the age group with games Saturday, either in Park City or in the Greater Salt Lake area (there may be the occasional weekday game in the spring). Competition is run by the Utah Lacrosse Association (ULA); players will have to register with ULA as well as with US Lacrosse in order to be able to participate on PCYLO teams.

For more information about the game of lacrosse, please see the "About Lacrosse" page on the left menu bar.


PC Youth Spring 2014 Team Photos




What is the Player Medical Release Form?

Glad you asked! This form is used in the unlikely situation that your child is injured or hurt on the field and you are unavailable.  EMT's will require this form in order to give your child the best care and gives us the authority to authorize emergency medical treatment without a parent being present.  This does not mean that we have authorization for decisions on care only to allow medical personnel the go ahead to provide immediate treatment.  This is a standard document that US lacrosse and the State of Utah requires for each coach to have with him at all times on the field.


Want to make a Tax Deductible Donation?

If you were unable to come to the 2014 PC Lacrosse Fundriaser Party please consider donating to PCYLO.

All proceeds from the party and donations go to subsidizing scholarships for players in need, providing more paid coaching staff and securing indoor field time for our teams.


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Lend a hand

PCYLO is a parent-run organization. Please volunteer to be a coach, coaches assistant or team parent. If you want to help we can find the place thats right for you! Contact Greg Bauer or Kathy Pederson today!

Kathy Pederson

Girls Coordinator

Greg Bauer

Boys Coordinator

Need Help?

Please e-mail either Adrienne or Sarah for questions regarding registration. 

 

Adrienne McNamara - President

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Sarah Elbert - Treasurer

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Park City Youth Lacrosse Organization is a Non-Profit organization dedicated to benefiting the youth of  Park City  and the surrounding communities. We do not want financial capability to be in any way an inhibitor to children being able to participate in the program. We recognize that the combined cost of registration and the purchase price of lacrosse equipment is significant. If these costs are a burden and you meet the criteria, PCYLO is prepared to provide assistance.