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U9 starts outdoor practices
04/13/2014
We welcome the new class of boys into our U9 lacrosse program!
America's First Sport Documentary
03/30/2014
The first sporting event ever observed by Europeans in North America...
Regular Season Schedule
03/27/2014
We begin our regular season practice schedule this Saturday March...
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,...
 
U9 starts outdoor practices
by posted 04/13/2014
 

U9 Gold and Maroon Teams

We welcome the new class of boys into our U9 lacrosse program!


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America's First Sport Documentary
by posted 03/30/2014
 

The first sporting event ever observed by Europeans in North America was a lacrosse game in 1637. Jesuit missionaries from France saw hundreds of native men playing a ball game with sticks that they thought resembled a bishop's crosier, so they called the game "lacrosse."

That makes lacrosse the oldest sport in America, and in the 21st century it is also the fastest growing. This rapid growth in participation, domestically and globally, presents the sport with a new set of opportunities and several challenges.

Students in The History of Sport class at Syracuse University's Department of Sport Management researched the history, current status and future prospects of lacrosse during the 2012-13 academic year. This film is a product of their research which was led by Sport Management faculty.

America's First Sport was made possible by funding from members of the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics Advisory Board and other generous donors.

We thank you, and enjoy America's First Sport.

          Click Here to watch the video on YouTube

 

Narrated by Mike Tirico

Original Score by Bill DiCosimo

Director of Photography Michael Barletta Edited by Holly Rodricks Coordinating Producer: John Craddock III Written, produced and directed by Dennis Deninger

Copyright Syracuse University 2013


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Regular Season Schedule
by posted 03/27/2014
 

We begin our regular season practice schedule this Saturday March 29th.

  • U15 will be at 911 Field from 8AM-9:30AM
  • U13 will be at 911 Field from 9:30AM-11AM
  • U11 will be at 911 Field from 11AM-12:30PM

This will be the regular Saturday times.

U9 will start in a week and they will practice from 10-11:30AM at St. Mark’s grass field called Flichtner Field.

Our first games are Sunday March 30th, however our town grass fields are closed as are many neighboring towns. We are attempting to see how many games we can adjust to play on Sunday. The schedule is loaded for the entire league and will go live tomorrow. Classic games are played on Sunday's.

U15 will also practice Thursdays from 6-7:30PM at 911 Field

U13 will practice Tuesday’s from 6-7:30PM at 911 Field

U11 will practice Thursday’s at ARHS from 6-7:30PM

The U13 and U15 Select teams will practice together on Wednesday’s at ARHS from 6-7:30PM. Select games are played on Friday nights.

All of the dates will be loaded onto our website, and the email & text reminder system will then go live. There is an RSVP feature for Games that many of our coaches use to plan the rosters, please help us by using that button in the email when you see it (it will be very clear when you see it).


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N-S Named by Boston Cannons as Official Youth Partner
by posted 08/18/2013
 

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

 


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Five Big Things Every Lacrosse Parent Should Know
by posted 06/01/2013
 
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
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What is the Keeper of Lacrosse Project?
by posted 05/30/2013
 
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.

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Where are they now?
by posted 05/25/2013
 
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...
 

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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 22nd season.

We are one of 126 member programs participating in both the Classic Sunday League and the Select Program.
Field Status
9/11 Field - Southborough OPEN (4/24) 
ARHS - Northborough TBD (4/24) 
Rt 135 Field - Northborough  N/A 
Southborough-Fay School - Marlborough  N/A 
St Marks Flichtner - Southborough OPEN (4/24) 
St. Mark's Sargent Field - Southborough OPEN (4/24) 
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