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SPRING 2020 REGISTRATION IS OPEN!!
by posted 11/07/2019

Pitt County Youth Lacrosse sponsors a full range of teams for boys and girls in the spring. Teams are age-appropriate for all players from 5-15.  All teams compete in the East Carolina Youth Lacrosse League (ECYLL). We play against teams in New Bern, Havelock, Topsail, Newport, Cape Carteret, and Jacksonville. 

 

Rental equipment:
If you're new to lacrosse and aren't sure you want to buy all the equipment just yet, we have rental equipment available. Rental equipment is only available for new players and is limited on a first come first serve basis.  Rental fees are based upon the items rented. 

 

Schedule:
Practices will start in February and games will start March 7th. The season will end at the ECYLL tournament scheduled for mid-May Practices are two days a week (schedule TBD) and Games are played on Saturdays in March, April, and May (schedule TBD). 

 

Age Guidelines:
For age guidelines, see the US Lacrosse 2019-2020 Age Grouping Quick Reference Table by clicking HERE

 

Fees:
8U - 15U:  $125 per player with $20 discount for each subsequent player from the same family.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT:  If you register before January 1, registration is $115 per player with a $20 discount for each subsequent player from the same family.

Players in all age groups must have current US Lacrosse membership ($30 annual fee).

 

Physicals:
Please read!  All players must have an updated physical form on file with PCYL prior to March 7th. Turn it in at the informational meeting in January or to your player's team manager once practices have started. Any of these physical forms will work: Preparticipation Physical Evaluation or NC HS Athletic Association Sports Preparticipation Examination Form.

If your child's physical is due after March 7th, please submit their current physical at the beginning of the season and then give us a copy of their updated physical when they go in for their 2020 physical. No physical = No playing! 

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