Once again Marlborough-Hudson will be participating in the annual MBYLL Jamboree held at Fort Devens. It is a round robin style event where the kids will play several abbreviated matches over the course of the day. U11, 13 and 15 will participate.
Save June 13th in your calendar. Times of the matches will be forthcoming.
February is upon us!!! Once you get yourself unburied from the snow it's time to shake out those bags, dust off those sticks, tighten up the pocket and get some new tape on the shaft because the official start to our 2015 season is right around the corner! We are very excited about the upcoming season and wanted to pass along some important information as well as some dates to remember.
We try to use our website for on-going communication for up to date news, information, calendar of games, practices, events and more. Please remember to visit our website frequently - www.mhyl.org
SKILLS & DRILLS - Friday nights in February (February 6th, 13th & 27th):
An opportunity for all registered players to dust off and polish-up their skills. MHYL coaches will be there to help organize and run the sessions. Players will be split into appropriate age groups
Must bring your helmet, gloves, stick and protective cup
Held in the Auxiliary Gym at The Marlborough WhitcombSchool (25 Union Street)
From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
MANDATORY UNIFORM FITTING, Friday, February 27, 2015 (6:00 pm-8:00 pm):
Will be held in the general area of the Auxiliary Gym at The Marlborough Whitcomb School (25 Union Street)
Please stop by anytime between 6:00 pm-8:00 pm to have your child fitted. All players (returning and new) must attend. With the renaming of our program we have fabulous new uniforms and we want to make sure that everyone gets the correct size.
With the new uniforms all players will be required to purchase new game shorts. These new shorts must be purchased and paid for at the time of uniform fitting. The fee for the shorts is $25.00. The shorts are the players to keep at the end of the season.
Payment; Cash or a check made payable to Marlborough Youth Lacrosse
INDOOR PRACTICES BEGIN IN MARCH:
Times and locations of the practice sessions have not been finalized yet for each group
All players need to be suited up for their first indoor practice
LACROSSE GEAR NEEDED FOR FIRST INDOOR PRACTICE:
Helmet, mouth guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, protective cup, lacrosse stick, rib pads (optional-but recommended at the U13/U15 level), cleats or sneakers. Please note; cleats will be required for opening game day.
For those who still need to purchase equipment please stop by ComLax (739 Donald Lynch Blvd in Marlborough). They have starter packages at reasonable prices as well as items sold individually
PARENT’S MEETING, Friday, March 27, 2015 (6:00 pm):
Mandatory and will be held in the Auxiliary Gym at The Marlborough Whitcomb School (25 Union Street)
Discussion of expectations of players and parents, outdoor practices, the regular season, game times, fundraising and more. Teams will then break off to meet quickly with their head coach
There will also be Q&A time as well; both as a whole group and with your head coach
Uniforms will be distributed this night
More information to come about 2015 OPENING GAME DAY, INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PICTURES, OUTDOOR PRACTICES and THE END OF SEASON FAMILY PIZZA PARTY
We are always very appreciative of your support and truly believe that we have a great program due to the families that participate. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email us at www.mhyl.org
Thank you and we look forward to a great 2015 season!
The Entire Board of Marlborough Hudson Youth Lacrosse
For well over ten years Federation Lacrosse’s Youth Camp, held every year in Sudbury, has molded young athletes of various ages from all over the Metrowest area into outstanding lacrosse players. Many of our alumni have had outstanding high school lacrosse careers, and some have gone on to win NCAA Championships in the sport. Federation Lacrosse has always prided itself on employing exceptional coaches who are professional educators, and thus are much more effective teachers of the sport.
We are always looking for additional help to keep the program growing. So if you would like to help in anyway send an email to:
. We have several board members with children aging out of the program this year, so please help.