Boys Youth League
Junior Boys - 7th & 8th Grade Thunder Boys - 5th-6th Grade Lightning Boys - 3rd & 4th Grade Storm Boys - 1st & 2nd Grade
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 BOYS JUNIOR DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
Juan Diego Soaring Eagle
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 BOYS JUNIOR DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 BOYS THUNDER DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
Park City Miners
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 BOYS THUNDER DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
The boys youth league is comprised of new and experienced players from kindergarten to 8th grade. The league runs seasons both in the fall and the spring and players are placed on those teams that correspond to the high school boundery in which they live. The league is governed by a volunteer council with commissioners for each age as well as at-large members. The council is overseen by the Boys Youth Council Chair.
When are games played?
There are two youth seasons (fall/spring) for youth lacrosse run through the ULA. Registration begins August for Fall and April for Spring. Games are played primarily on Saturdays. In the Spring, you will have a few weeknight games.
Where are games played?
As the leagues continue to grow, we look for additional field space that is convenient and available. Please keep in mind that as we grow, you may find yourself in a league that has fewer teams and is spread out geographically. This may require some travel to meet opponents. If you have access to a field that would be available for youth games, please contact the Boys Program Coordinator at
What is the required equipment for Lacrosse?
Helmet (with face mask & chin strap), Shoulder pads, Arm guards, Gloves, Lacrosse Stick, Mouth piece (visible with strap), Cup and athletic supporter. The ULA provides a jersey that can be worn at practice and games. Items in italics can be rented by new players from the ULA (for a $55 rental fee). Please visit the Equipment Rental page.
Why do players, coaches and referees have to be members of US Lacrosse?
We require all participants to be members of US Lacrosse which covers everyone with the same secondary insurance provided by Bollinger. This is required to gain access to school and public park fields. Members of US Lacrosse also receive a lacrosse magazine and have access to hundreds of player and coaches tips as well as additional information.
Why do players need to sign up in their HS boundary?
The ULA and the Boys Youth Council tries to make travel to practice easy on everyone, along with keeping things fair in the league. There is no recruiting allowed in our leagues and we found that basing teams on the HS boundary sufficiently curbed recruiting along with keeping practices nearby. If you sign up for the incorrect boundary we will move you to the correct one. Some boundaries may combine based on the league and team dynamics. We will try to combine boundaries with an insufficient number of players to a team closeby. If you played with a boundary outside of yours in the past there is no guarantee you will be playing there the next season. We want to help the expansion of lacrosse into new areas, so if there is enough for a team in a new boundary we will do what we can to get that team up and running. Soliciting help from the high school team can also help establish new youth teams (high school contacts can be found on www.uhsll.org).