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Welcome to Greeley Youth Lacrosse, the fastest game in town!

“Greeley Youth Lacrosse is a privately funded youth lacrosse organization whose mission is to provide girls and boys youth lacrosse programs that inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the game and to provide the New Castle community with the opportunity to participate in the game of lacrosse.  We strive to help players develop their skills in a safe and fun environment while placing higher value on sportsmanship and learning, rather than solely on winning.  Through positive and effective leadership, we hope to provide every child the opportunity to discover, learn, participate and develop a love and passion for the game of Lacrosse.”

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ATHLETES WAREHOUSE 2014-2015 WINTER SCHEDULE PROGRAM
11/01/2014
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GYL REGISTRATION 2014-2015
11/01/2014
'Lacrosse families:  The following programs are open for...
Waiver for Armonk Indoor
10/31/2014
Please print, fill out and bring the  waiver for Armonk...
GYL PROGRAM OVERVIEW
10/30/2014
GIRLS K Objectives: fun, familiarization with lacrosse   Play:...
Winter Box Lacrosse Schedule Chelsea Piers
10/07/2014
  Box Lacrosse is a better player development opportunity and...
NO DOGS ALLOWED
05/24/2011
Please be advised that the New Castle Recreation & Parks Commission...
 
ATHLETES WAREHOUSE 2014-2015 WINTER SCHEDULE PROGRAM

                                        ATHLETES WAREHOUSE WINTER PROGRAM
                                                 220 Tompkins Ave, Pleasantville, NY 10570
    
SCHEDULE 

Saturdays NOVEMBER 22; DECEMBER 6, 13; JANUARY 10, 24, 31; FEBRUARY 28 AND MARCH 7.

Girls 3/4   8:30-10am    Turf/Conditioning
Girls 7/8   8:30-10am    Conditioning/ Turf
Girls 5/6   10-11:30am  Turf/Conditioning


Boys 3rd       11:30-1pm    Turf/Conditioning
Boys 4th       11:30-1pm    Conditioning/Turf
Boys 6/7th   1-2:30pm      Conditioning/Turf
Boys 8th       1-2:30pm      Turf/Conditioning
Boys 5th       2:30-4pm      Turf/Conditioning

 

(Note : although two teams may be listed for a time slot, they do not play together - one team is conditioning while the other is on the turf with the skills coach).

 

THE ATHLETE WAIVER CAN BE FOUND ON THE LEFT SIDE OF GYL WEB PAGE UNDER DOCUMENTS

 


by posted 11/01/2014
GYL REGISTRATION 2014-2015

'Lacrosse families:  The following programs are open for registration beginning November 1, 2014.  We are making some significant improvements to our program offerings, so please be sure to read the full descriptions and explanations below:
 
1)      Spring 2015 GYL Registration will be open 11/1/2014 for 30 days, and close 12/1/2014. Registration and team info can be found on our GYL website, www.greeleyyouthlacrosse.com.  (Registration will reopen for two weeks in January 2015 at an increased fee).  Included in Spring registration are our Armonk Indoor winter clinics.  Once you register for spring you will be able to see the detailed schedule by grade.  Please note:  our email notification system will change over to Spring 2015 on December 1 – if you do not register you will not receive program notifications.
 
2)      In addition to winter clinics we are offering a hybrid lacrosse skills/conditioning program on Saturdays for players at Athletes Warehouse, a great new turf and conditioning facility in Pleasantville. Players who sign up will have eight 1 1/2 hour sessions with his or her team - 45 minutes of individually planned conditioning and 45 minutes of lacrosse skills on the Turf field.  Dates: Saturdays 11/22, 12/6, 12/13, 1/10, 1/24, 1/31, 2/28, 3/7. Our tentative schedule can be found on our website under ATHLETES WAREHOUSE WINTER PROGRAM. In addition to AW's fitness professionals, GYL has hired talented and enthusiastic professional lacrosse coaches for the skills sessions. A separate fee of $250 applies for this hybrid winter program, and all players must register on the GYL Website between Nov 1, 2014 and Nov 24, 2014.  Spaces are limited for this exciting program so please register early!
 
GYL is excited to announce our new training program for boys and girls grades 3-8.  During the off-season the GYL board did a comprehensive review across all aspects of our program. A few themes coming out of that review were the need to work with ALL players teaching and reinforcing lacrosse fundamentals and increasing the overall fitness of our players.  As a result we have some great new additions to the GYL experience that we know will have a positive effect on our young athletes.

We have begun working with 3D Lacrosse, a comprehensive, full service lacrosse consulting group that assists in further development of players and programs. Their main goal is to work alongside our parent and professional coaching staff to enhance and develop program wide systems by stream lining practices and bringing a higher knowledge base of cutting edge skills and tactics to our youth program. We will be integrating some of their systems into our teaching curriculum that will stress continuity throughout our grades with increasing skills as the players develop. All GYL coaches will be trained in the 3D "Box/Field Hybrid Development System" and "Part/Whole" methodology.  For further information please see https://3dlacrosse.com/

 

Finally, travel team try-outs/evaluations for boys and girls grades 5-8 will be held in Jan/Feb 2015. All players who try-out must be registered in advance. Detailed information for try outs will be posted and emailed as soon as it becomes available.  Travel teams will have an additional fee.

 

GYL provides financial assistance where needed. Please contact Suzanne Lodge at lodges1@optonline.net for information or any other questions. All inquiries will be kept confidential.

 
On behalf of the GYL Board and coaches we're looking forward to another great year of lacrosse!

 

 

by posted 11/01/2014
Waiver for Armonk Indoor

Please print, fill out and bring the  waiver for Armonk Indoor to the first session. The waiver can be found under documents which is in the left hand column of the Greeley web site. 


by posted 10/31/2014
GYL PROGRAM OVERVIEW

GIRLS K

Objectives: fun, familiarization with lacrosse  

Play: non-competitive, developmental play

Meet: 1 hour per week (likely Sun afternoon)

Equipment: girl's lacrosse stick - soft lax balls and GYL t-shirt provided

Fee: $100

GIRLS 1/2

Objectives: fun, continued familiarization with lacrosse, introduction to game play

Play: non-competitive inter squad games

Meet: 1 hour per week (Sun afternoons)

Equipment: girl's lacrosse stick, molded mouth guard, eye goggles; team t-shirt provided

Fee: $150

GIRLS 3/4

Objectives: fun, skill development, game play

Play: balanced teams, league play against local teams

Meets: ~2 practices / 1 game per week, area jamborees and tournaments 

Equipment: girl's lacrosse stick, molded mouth guard, eye goggles, purchase GYL jersey, skort, socks

Fee: $375

GIRLS 5/6

Objectives: fun, skill development, rule emphasis, recreational and competitive game play

Play: recreational and travel teams in local leagues 

Meets: travel 2 practices/1-2 games per week; local jamborees and tournaments, recreational 1 practice/1 game per week

Equipment: girls lacrosse stick, molded mouth guard, eye goggles, purchase GYL jersey, skort, socks 

Fee: $375

GIRLS 7/8

Objectives: fun, skill development, rule emphasis, competitive game play

Play: games in local leagues 

Meets: 2 practices/1-2 games per week; local jamborees and tournaments

Equipment: girls lacrosse stick, molded mouth guard, eye goggles, purchase GYL jersey, skort, socks 

Fee: $375

 


 K BOYS
Objectives: fun familiarization with lacrosse and introduction to the sport
Play: non-competitive squad play; balanced squads
Meets: 1 hour per week
Equipment: lacrosse gloves, stick; t-shirt will be provided
Fee: $100


BOYS 1
Objectives: fun familiarization with lacrosse, fundamentals
Play: non-competitive squad play
Meets:1 hour per week
Equipment: lax helmet, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, cup, mouth guard, rib pads optional; pinny provided
Fee: $150


BOYS 2
Objectives: fun familiarization with lacrosse, fundamentals
Play: non-competitive squad play
Meets: 2 x 1 hr per week
Equipment: lax helmet, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, cup, mouth guard, rib pads optional; pinny provided
Fee: $250


BOYS 3
Objectives: fun, skill development, intro to recreational games
Play: games with local town teams, local jamborees
Meets: 2 practices/ 1-2 games per week
Equipment: lax helmet, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, cup, mouth guard, rib pads optional; purchase home and away jerseys, shorts, optional t-shirt, socks
Fee: $375


BOYS 4
Objectives: fun, skill development, recreational games, intro to competitive games
Play: competitive and recreational games with local town teams, local jamborees
Meets: 2-3 practices/ 1-2 games per week
Equipment: lax helmet, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, cup, mouth guard, rib pads optional; purchase home and away jerseys, shorts, optional t-shirt, socks
Fee: $375


BOYS 5-8
Objectives: fun, skill development, recreational and competitive games
Play: Competitive play in area leagues, local jamborees and tournaments
Meets: 2-3 practices/ 1-2 games per week
Equipment: lax helmet, gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, cup, mouth guard, rib pads optional; purchase home and away jerseys, shorts, optional t-shirt, socks
Fee: $375





 


by posted 10/30/2014
Winter Box Lacrosse Schedule Chelsea Piers
  Box Lacrosse is a better player development opportunity and we have found it is easier for people to commit when there are set times. 


Box Lacrosse focuses on developing stick skills with the focus on stick protection and pinpoint passing and shooting. This fast-paced style of lacrosse is the best way to improve stick skills quickly. Box lacrosse is 5v5 non-stop action; balls are played off the weighted curtains and goals are quickly cleared so that the action never stops.

Game Format 22-minute halves, 5-minute halftime    

League Dates
(Sundays)

Dates:
November 16, 23
December 14, 21
January 4, 11, 18, 25

February 1,8, 22   

March 1, 8            

                               
Fee:  $200

League Holidays
(No games)
November 30: Thanksgiving
December 7: DIII Showcase
December 28: School Break
February 15: Presidents' Week
 

by Greeley Youth Lacrosse Assoc posted 10/07/2014
NO DOGS ALLOWED

Please be advised that the New Castle Recreation & Parks Commission has adopted a rule that prohibits dogs on all town and school ball fields.  The lacrosse club will be fined in the event that a dog is on or around a lacrosse field during a lacrosse game or practice.

 

On behalf of the Greeley Youth Lacrosse Association and the New Castle Recreation & Parks Commission we ask that you DO NOT bring any dogs to the lacrosse fields.

 

Thank you, 

 

GYLA

by posted 05/24/2011
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