COVID 19 IMPACT TO SPRING SEASON
All Cambridge Youth Lacrosse activities including practices, games, clinics, and events have been suspended until further notice. The City of Milton has suspended all Parks and Rec programs until April 12th and will reevaluate the situation in the coming weeks. The CYL Board will continue to work with the City, schools, and our partners to monitor developments regarding the Coronavirus and provide updates as we receive them.
Spring 2020 Learn to Play Clinic registration is now open!
Boys & Girls grades K through 5
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Learn to Play Clinics are designed to:
- Introduce boys and girls who are new to the game of lacrosse in a fun yet challenging environment
- Fundamentals of the sport are taught through drills and scrimmages
- No equipment necessary! Players only need a lacrosse stick, making this a cost effective introduction to the great game of lacrosse
A GREAT WAY FOR FIRST TIME PLAYERS TO TRY LACROSSE!
LEARN TO PLAY FAQs
Q) Why do I need a US Lacrosse number?
A) US Lacrosse Numbers are required for insurance purposes. US Lacrosse provides CYL (as well as most other nonprofit lacrosse organizations) insurance to run our program, etc. All CYL players and coaches are required to have a valid US Lacrosse number.
Q) What equipment do I need for the Learn to Play?
A) The only required equipment is a stick. The Learn to Play Clinic is an introductory and fundamental skill development program that uses soft lacrosse balls to keep kids safe.
Q) Do you have to be in the Cambridge HS District to participate?
A) No, the program will be Cambridge-centric (we give Cambridge shirts and use CHS players to help with coaching) but players from any program are welcome to join.
Q) What age/grade is the Learn to Play for?
A) Boys and Girls in grades pre-K to 5th. Players are separated by age and skill making the clinic both fun and challenging for all participants.
2845 Bethany Bend
Milton, GA 30004