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Cascade R Helmets- Important Information
12/14/2014
If you own a Cascade R helmet you must read this notice. You will...
Registration for Spring 2015 Lacrosse Season
10/17/2014
Registration for returning lacrosse players opens Saturday...
N-S Named by Boston Cannons as Official Youth Partner
08/18/2013
The Boston Cannons of the Major League Lacrosse announced the charter...
Five Big Things Every Lacrosse Parent Should Know
06/01/2013
When Lacrosse Magazine embarked on an adventure to compile advice...
What is the Keeper of Lacrosse Project?
05/30/2013
The Keeper Project is a grassroots movement focused on protecting...
Where are they now?
05/25/2013
We wanted to let people know where some of our Alumni have gone,...
 
Cascade R Helmets- Important Information
If you own a Cascade R helmet you must read this notice. You will not be allowed to use an R helmet without the new certification sticker. Other Cascade Helmet models are not affected.
 
 
Instructions To Return a Cascade R Helmet For Certified Modification

You begin the return process by providing information at Cascades website, www.cascadelacrosse.com. Cascade will send a pre-paid shipping label to you. Once you receive the label, put your Cascade R helmet in a box, affix the shipping label and send the helmet to Cascade. When the helmet arrives at Cascade’s facility, it will be professionally updated with the certified modification and a tamper-resistant sticker will be applied to the helmet to prove it has completed the certified modification. The helmet will then be sent back to you. Cascade will make the modification to existing helmets at its Liverpool, N.Y. facility. The modification will be free of charge for consumers and retailers, including shipping.

Please do this right away, as it takes about two weeks and you cannot play without this label on your R helmet.
 
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by posted 12/14/2014
Registration for Spring 2015 Lacrosse Season

Registration for returning lacrosse players opens Saturday November 1st! All returning players who register between Nov 1st and Nov 6th are guaranteed a spot to play next spring.

We will be having an Information Night on Wednesday, November 5th from 6:30PM-8:00PM at the Northborough Library. New and returning Parents and players are invited to come. There will be a brief presentation and then questions are welcome. Details about our program, the sport of lacrosse, equipment, and the league we play in and its’ philosophy are some of the topics we will cover. Additional information is available on our website, www.nsyla.org.

Please tell other people about registration. Every player in our database has been sent this notice, however people do change email addresses and then tell us they never got the notification. Please help us by reminding your friends who played when the registration dates are.
         
The following message was sent to the news outlets, the Recreation departments and in the electronic backpacks in both towns:
Northborough-Southborough Boys Youth Lacrosse registration will take place in November for the upcoming Spring 2015 season. This is open to boys in both towns in grades 2 through 8. You will sign up your child based on their grade.

Founded in 1999, this will be our 16th season. We play in the Massachusetts Bay Youth Lacrosse League (MBYLL), which is the largest lacrosse organization in the world.

Registration will be open for the first week (November 1 – 6) only for returning players, and then it will open on November 6th for all players. Registration will close November 26th.

We strive to take every child who registers, however the limitations are purely based on field availability from the towns and the number of coaches who volunteer (head coaches need to know lacrosse, assistant coaches we will train). We maintain team sizes which will ensure a positive experience for all of the children we can accept. We have ended up with a waiting list each year of boys who tried to register after the registration closed.


Returning players have the first week to register to ensure that they have a spot before we open up the general registration. This is the 16th year we have followed this policy. Any returning player who registers in the first week is guaranteed to play, and if you do not register this week then you go into the general registration where all players are taken on a first come, first served basis.

Restricted Registration (returning players only) will be from November 1st - 6th.
(Election Day is Nov 4th, please remember to vote)

Boys are not considered registered until the fee is paid in full.

General Registration will be open from November 6th - 26th.


-------------> Unpaid registrations will be deleted.

For additional questions please please contact the

by posted 10/17/2014
N-S Named by Boston Cannons as Official Youth Partner

The Boston Cannons of the Major League Lacrosse announced the charter members of the new official Youth Lacrosse Partner Program.  http://bostoncannons.com/youth-partnership-program
 

 

NEW for 2013, the Boston Cannons Youth Partnership Program! 

We are pleased to announce our charter members:

ABINGTON YOUTH LACROSSE

AMHERST LACROSSE CLUB (NH)

BEDFORD YOUTH LACROSSE

COLCHESTER YOUTH LACROSSE

DOVER SHERBORN YOUTH LACROSSE

FALMOUTH YOUTH LACROSSE

FRANKLIN YOUTH LACROSSE

HANOVER YOUTH LACROSSE

HOLLISTON YOUTH LACROSSE

LYNNFIELD YOUTH LACROSSE

MARSHFIELD YOUTH LACROSSE

NASHUA YOUTH LACROSSE (NH)

NORTHBORO-SOUTHBORO YOUTH LACROSSE

NORTHBRIDGE YOUTH LACROSSE

PEABODY YOUTH LACROSSE

ROCKLAND YOUTH LACROSSE

SHARON YOUTH LACROSSE

 


by posted 08/18/2013
Five Big Things Every Lacrosse Parent Should Know
When Lacrosse Magazine embarked on an adventure to compile advice to help parents navigate the youth lacrosse experience by getting the opinions of more than a dozen influential figures across the game, we didn't know where it would take us. So what did we find?  Read More
by posted 06/01/2013
What is the Keeper of Lacrosse Project?
The Keeper Project is a grassroots movement focused on protecting and promoting the values of lacrosse. It is critical that each generation who played the sport own the responsibility of safeguarding the integrity and spirit of the game for future generations. The game is in your hands. Take good care of it.

by posted 05/30/2013
Where are they now?
We wanted to let people know where some of our Alumni have gone, particularly those who are playing at the college level, and we have some who have made careers out of the game as Coaches. Click Here to read more...
 

by posted 05/25/2013
MBYLL Member Town
We are a member of the Massachusetts Bay Youth Lacrosse League,  the largest youth lacrosse league in the world, now in its 23rd season.

We are one of 125 member programs participating in both the Classic Sunday League and the Select Program.
Field Status
9/11 Field - Southborough TBD (1/30) 
ARHS - Northborough TBD (1/30) 
Rt 135 Field - Northborough TBD (1/30) 
Southborough-Fay School - Marlborough  -- 
St Marks Flichtner - Southborough  -- 
St. Mark's Sargent Field - Southborough TBD (1/30) 
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