Spencerport Youth Lacrosse (S.Y.L.) Strives to remove the obstacles for boys and girls in grades K-6 to participate in the sport of lacrosse, we aim to provide the highest quality instruction on the fundamentals of lacrosse, with an emphasis on fun, to in
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Spencerport Youth Lacrosse,  Frequently Asked Questions

Q.        What equipment is needed to play Lacrosse?
A.        Boys: Stick, Mouth guard, Cup and Cleats in addition to equipment that is available to borrow: Helmet, Shoulder pads, Arm pads and Gloves.
A.        Girls: Stick, Goggles and Mouth guard. (Must provide)

Q.        What equipment is available to borrow?
A.        Boys: Helmet, Shoulder pads, Arm pads and Gloves.  Our helmets are excellent - Cascade CS-R and CPX-R which are all within 5 years old.  The pads are used and the gloves are limited.  We ask for a $150.00 UNDATED deposit check payable to: Spencerport Youth Lacrosse.   Rental is free for your first season, you can continue to rent the equipment for $40 per year or $25 for helmet only.  
Q.        How long is the Season?
A.        The spring season: Starts in March and goes until end of May. Some games may be made up in early June

Q.        What is the cost to play?
A.        The Spring season cost is approx $120 registration fee, plus uniform cost for new participants ($70-$80).  


Q.     How are teams structured?

A.     Both Fall/Winter and the Spring season structures teams by grade – We have both Boys and Girls 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 grade teams.    


Q.     What are beginner programs?

A.     We started running beginner programs so that boys and girls can try the sport with a small commitment.  We offer a beginner program for boys and girls that generally run from Nov. – Feb.   These programs practice once a week and are approximately $100. 


Q.     Who is eligible for the Spring season?

A.     Any boy or girl in the Spencerport district!  Spring season is a developmental season designed to allow new and experienced players the opportunity to play.


Q.     Can my Kindergartener play?

A.     We allow boys and girls in Kindergarten to play in our beginner programs during the F/W season and we allow Kindergarteners to register for the Spring season K-2 grade team.  There is a big difference between a Kindergartener and a second grader both mentally and physically.  We leave it up to parents to decide if their kindergartener is ready.