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Park City Youth Lacrosse

1st and 2nd Grade Girls Winter Clinic
Fundamental lacrosse skills, rules and strategies through fun and organized drills and games for 1st and 2nd grade girls
 
Thursdays, Nov. 6, 13, 20; Dec.  4, 11, 18
 
PC Marc Gym
 
4:30-5:30  
 
$50/player
 
wear tennis shoes and gym clothes
 
bring girl's lacrosse stick, fitted mouth guard, youth lacrosse goggles**
 
**There will be sticks and goggles to borrow at each clinic.  
 
Optional equipment package available for $85 at clinic: includes stick,goggles, mouthguard, ball
 
You must  contact Lori Posmilsak to register , payment at door first session
 

LACROSSE / FOOTBALL WINTER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING!

 

 Tuesdays and Thursdays Dec.9th - Feb. 26th

6:30-7:30pm

$180 per athlete for 12 weeks

Ages 12+

 

GET STRONGER--PREVENT INJURY--MOVE BETTER

Are you interested in being stronger, faster, and more prepared for your upcoming season? Our winter strength and conditioning program will develop strength, improve conditioning, and can help reduce the chance of in-season injury.

 

  • •    Off-season training designed to develop strength, conditioning, and protect against injury. 

 

  • •    Learn and develop movement key to athletic success in a safe, fun, and coached environment. 

 

  • •    Receive individual attention in proper form in order to ensure safety and results.

 

Register by contacting Doug @ 435-659-5454 or doug@crossfitpc.com by December 7th!

 

 

To register or for more information email or call Doug Zakaras at: doug@crossfitpc.com or 435.659.5454

 

FACE OFF AND GOALIE CLINICS ARE BACK

 
 
Attention All FaceOff Specialists, Goalies, And Coaches
The FOC Is Back And Bringing The Cage Club With Them
 
After a wildly successful event this past October, the FaceOff Club (FOC) is coming back to Utah on December 20th 2014 at Utah Indoor Soccer in Woods Cross. Not only will the FOC be working with the states top faceoff athletes again, they are bringing along the goalie specific training of the Cage Club (CC) for the first time ever to the west coast to work with the keepers.
 
All Youth, High School, College, and Club Coaches are welcome to attend both events, free of charge, to observe our teachings. 
 
The FaceOff Club:
MLL All-Star John Ortolani and NCAA All American Nolan Godfrey are very excited to come back to the Beehive State to advance players’ skill sets even further. It is a fact, the FOC has trained every 1st Team All-State, and All American FaceOff Specialist player in Utah for the last 3 years and the legacy is now growing to the next generation of dominant FO talent in the state.

 

 

Registration has already begun and over half of those that attended the first event have registered again at the Youth and HS levels. Players are encouraged to register ASAP to secure their spot. This event will sell-out again.

Registration can be found at: http://thefaceoffclub.com/utahtraining.html

 

The Cage Club:

NCAA DI coach Ryan Martin of the University of Hartford will bring The Cage Club to the west coast for the first time ever. The Cage Club has been an extremely popular event on the east coast and with limited goalie specific events in state, the timing is right to bring the advanced goaltender training system to Utah net minders. For over 10 years, Coach Martin’s tutelage has been creating top goaltenders that have succeeded at the college level. One of the best collegiate goalies of his time, Martin was a 2x DIII All-American at traditional powerhouse Ithaca College, leading the Bombers to NCAA Final Four's while also garnering Empire 8 Player of the Year honors. 

 

 

Only 15 goaltenders will be admitted to this phenomenal training opportunity with one of the nation’s top goaltending coaches.

Secure your spot for this exclusive training now. This event will sell-out as well.
Registration can be found at: http://thefaceoffclub.com/cageclubutah.html

 

 
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UPCOMING FALL/WINTER LAX CLINICS


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.


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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 Allison or Sarah for questions regarding registration. 

 

Allison Stone - 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.

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