Concord-Carlisle Youth Lacrosse offers an instructional lacrosse program for which no prior experience is necessary. We concentrate on the development of individual skills and fundamental game concepts.
Our program depends upon dedicated volunteers to be successful. We need volunteer coaches, assistant coaches, team managers and others to help us manage a growing program. You need not have lacrosse experience to volunteer. If you are able to commit to one or more days per week let us know by reaching out to Brian Stout or Amy Field and we'll get you into the fastest growing game in the US.
Spring evaluation dates and time have been announced. All sessions will take place at the The Edge in Bedford.
2/3 6PM – 7PM
2/10 6PM -7PM
2/3 7PM – 8PM
Indoor Field B
2/24 6PM - 7PM
2/24 7PM – 8PM
Indoor Field B
2/24 6PM - 7PM
2/24 7PM - PM
Indoor Field A
CCYL is offering two evaluations dates for this coming spring season. There is a minimum of one eval date for each player, but all are strongly encouraged to make both dates. We understand that there may be some conflicts and that is ok.
As part of the Town Pride league which CC is part of each grade is has two teams each year which are built based on skill level. This is done so that all kids enjoy the game of lacrosse, and feel comfortable playing with the right skill based team. Youth lacrosse is about developing skill and having fun which is why we like to deemphasize the team your son is place on. This about Fun and skill development. All children develop at different times so again we want to make sure people understand that the boys will placed on the team where they will have the best chance to succeed and gain confidence in the game of lacrosse.
For those returning plays we want to also be sure to mention that no team is guaranteed, just because you may have been on the A team last year does not secure a spot for you this year and the same goes for the B team. We have seen year and year out the B players move to the A team and A Players may move to the B team. Again this is based on personal development and also the amount of time players put in during the off season.
There will be a number of former collegiate players and coaches running the evaluations. We are very lucky in Concord to have so many former players back in town and working as part of the CC program. We will also be assisted by the High School and local club coaches so that we get an accurate read on all the players. After the last evaluation, each player performance will be reviewed by the coaches, made up of Skills, Athletic Capability and Speed. This along with prior years coach input will help to properly place each player. All teams’ members will be notified by Mid-March in preparation for the season.
1)Please be at the facility dressed and ready 15 minutes before the start of evaluations
2)If you are a returning player – please wear your jersey from last year. We will have additional numbered pinnies to lend if new players do not have a pinnie with a number.
3)If you cannot make either date then please inform Brian Stout and Dave Moreau prior to the event.
I want to emphasize once again that the focus should be on playing on the right team and not be disappointed about which team the player is on!
We look forward to a fun evaluation and a great season!!!
CCYL communicates almost exclusively via e-mail through this website. If your contact info is out of date or incorrect - you will not receive notices such as registration deadlines, schedules or last minute schedule changes and updates. It is important that every family keeps their contact information up to date.
-Click on Edit My Account from left hand column
-Sign in with your email address and password you created (system will send it to you if you have forgotten)
-Click on Edit next to each family member's name that has changes
If you would no longer like to receive CCYL emails, sign into your account and click "No Email" in the member information area.
Synch LAX Schedules/Smart Phones
Linking you children’s CCYL schedule to your Google Calendar and your Google Calendar Outlook Calendar and/or Blackberry or iPhone.
As we get ready to move into the heart of the lacrosse season we would like to offer a few tips on how to keep track of all the practices and games. Many of you have multiple players on multiple different teams and leagues. To further complicate the situation, despite the hard efforts of many, events are added, changed or deleted throughout the season.
Click here to link the CCYL schedule to a Google Calendar and your Google Calendar Outlook Calendar and/or Blackberry or iPhone.
Once the CCYL and Google Calendars are linked, any changes to your child’s team calendar will automatically be reflected in your Google Calendar.