KY Brave has partnered with LYLA to bring an indoor girls league! Youth through high school! 9 weeks of indoor lacrosse! November to January! Click here to register, limited spots available!
Intersted in helping coach and growing the girls or boys game? Now is your chance! US Lacrosse Trainers Tim Rogers, Monica Plut and US Lacrosse Regional Manager Lou Corsetti are bringing a Level 1 Coaching Development Certification to Lexington! No experience necessary!
Saturday October 20th 1-4pm at the Sayre Athletic Complex! Click HERE to register!
The LYLA mission is to create a Positive Youth Lacrosse experience for Players, Parents, and Coaches through an enthusiastic, safe, and age-appropriate environment. Our goal is to Educate, Train, and Teach all Participants involved while using the game of Lacrosse as the platform to promote essential life skills.
1. CLICK ON LOGIN TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT.
2. REFRESH THE SITE OR LOG OUT AND LOG BACK IN.
3. CLICK ON SPRING REGISTRATION ON THE LEFT AND CLICK ON THE CORRECT AGE/GRADE GROUP.
4. COMPLETE THE INFORMATION AND MAKE SURE YOU CHOOSE YOUR TEAM DURING THIS PROCESS.
5. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT PRACTICES OR TEAM REGISTRATION FEES PLEASE CONTACT YOUR COACH. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR COACHES IS FOUND ON THE LEFT SIDE NAVIGATION BAR.
***IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT JENNIFER CASTLE AT 859-230-0545.
The Central Kentucky Lacrosse Association has partnered with the Kentucky Lacrosse Association to bring you the very first TryLax event in Kentucky! For $35, kids new to the game will receive a stick, t shirt, US Lacrosse number and 90 minute instruction! 10-11:30am on September 29th at the Sayre Athletic Complex! Click here to register https://www.uslacrosse.org/events/trylax. First 50 people registered will receive $10 off!
Share the Lax is a charity organization operating in various cities around the U.S. that collects and distributes gently used lacrosse equipment. There are many kids who would love to play the sport but don't have the equipment, and that's where Share the Lax can help. In addition to equipment distribution, Share the Lax offers clinics at charities, such as the Salvation Army, as well as field clinics, all of which are 100% funded by Share the Lax to teach kids the rules of the game and stick skills. Lacrosse is a growing sport, and the more kids we can get to play it, the bigger and better the lacrosse community will be.
Contact: Allen Westerfield, firstname.lastname@example.org, (859) 494-7843
Lexington Youth Lacrosse Association