Registration is now open for the 2014-2015 King Philip Youth Lacrosse Season, it will close 10/31/2014. Please register early as space is limited, go to www.kplacrosse.org for more information. Thank You KPYL
Families of MBYLL, your lacrosse league is now on Facebook and Twitter and will be using these tools to promote some of our on-going projects and to share news, information, photos, and stories with you before, during, and after our spring lacrosse season.
Please "Like" us on Facebook and follow us @MBYLL to get the most up-to-date information on your league. We'd love to have 1,000 "Likes" by opening face-off on April 12th.
MBYLL's New Magazine: "The Scoop"
Starting in January, MBYLL will begin to publish a quarterly electronic magazine. The magazine is geared towards promoting the growth of the sport in our league and region and will be our way of communicating directly with the families of Mass Bay Youth Lacrosse as well as with the countless coaches and volunteers who make up your league.
We will constantly be seeking your ideas and insight. In each issue, we'd like to feature a nominated coach, an exciting drill, and a number of important lacrosse stories that affect our collective experience.
If you would like to nominate an individual who has helped to teach, grow, and honor the game of lacrosse in your community or have an exciting drill you'd like to share or an idea for a story or article, please send these nominations to:
You can expect the first issue of "The Scoop" in your email shortly after the New Years.
Thank you for your time, attention, and support of our league.
King Philip Youth Lacrosse would like to welcome two new members to our board, they are Bob Thompson and Robin McLeod. Bob will be taking over as president. Bob brings a great deal of experience as a coach and as boys coordinator for KPYL. Robin will be assuming the role of treasurer, she has been involved with KPYL for several years in all aspects of the program. We would like to thank Hal Bean for his years of service as president. Hal has done a great job in guiding and expanding the program throughout his tenure. Hal will be continuing in the program as a coach to the U15 teams and will be an advisor to the KPYL program. We would also like to thank Ted Cannon, who has really done so much behind the scenes to make KPYL the success it is. Ted will continue to be involved as a coach and as legal advisor to KPYL.
Information on the 2015 registration will be posted shortly online at www.kplacrosse.com , also we ask that you complete the following anonymous survey which will help us to better improve King Philip Youth Lacrosse. We ask that all parents from last season fill out the survey, its very short. We rely on your input to make KPYL better. Thank you for your time in taking this survey...Sincerely KPYL