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Spring 2023 Information


We ask that all players register by January 31st as we will be providing upgraded uniforms for the entire JJYL program! To ensure we are ready to start the season, it is very important that all registrations are in by this date to ensure on time delivery of our uniforms.  We will have a limited number of uniforms for late registrants.

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Read on for all the details of the season below.

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Boys and girls in grades K-8 who reside in the Katonah-Lewisboro school district are eligible to play.


JJYL is currently working toward starting the season in early April. We know many parents are curious what specific days their son or daughter will practice. Unfortunately, specific practice days will be based on the field availability, which the school district will not be releasing until we get closer to the season start. Rest assured, if you have schedule conflicts, we can work through those and if ultimately it does not work, you can always request a refund before the season begins.


All JJYLers are encouraged to register for the preseason clinics run by Varsity coach Mike Bocklet, his staff and players. Great way for new or returning players to prep for the season. Held March 7-9, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. on Contest Field turf. Register here only $75 proceeds benefit varsity program:


Based on last year's success, we will again have tournament play in addition to our regular game schedules for grades 3 to 8. We are also exploring tournament participation for the younger grades as well.


Included in our registration fee this year are new, upgraded uniforms for each level. We are excited to upgrade our uniforms as it will foster team unity, create solidarity, and promote a sense of belonging. We plan to stick with this design for several years, so after this initial purchase, players can use their uniform year after year â?? and only upgrade as necessary (i.e., as they grow with age). During your registration process, you will be able to select your top two jersey number choices and we will do our best to accommodate - if your choices are not available, we will assign you a number. Given the long lead time for uniform delivery, it is important that you register by January 31st.


All players must have a U.S. Lacrosse membership that is valid through the end of June 2023. This covers our insurance requirements. You can get or renew your membership during the registration process.


New players can participate in our no-risk equipment loaner program. For girls, just check â??new playerâ?? when registering. Boys must fill out a second registration unique to the loaner program to participate. Boys also require a deposit for the gear borrowed. To see full terms, conditions and to register for boys loaner go here:


We expect the overall program framework to be similar to past seasons, and intend to run the 2023 as follows:

K-2: Focus on introduction of individual stick skills and FUN skills-based play; K-1 will play in the season-ending Crayon Classic Tournament; 2nd Graders will play a few local games against other towns!

3-4: Focus on development of individual stick skills; foundational introduction of team concepts; all 3-4 practice together; 3-4 will play games against other towns on balanced teams or pods (depending on registration #s)
5-6: Focus on intermediate development of individual stick skills and understanding team concepts; all 5-6 practice together; 5-6 will play games against other towns on pods based on grade/skill; game schedule and pod/team assignment will be appropriate to ensure competitive balance (depending on registration #s)

7-8: Focus on advanced development of individual stick skills and application/advancement of team concepts; all 7-8 practice together; 7-8 will play games against other towns on pods based on grade/skill; game schedule and pod/team assignment will be appropriate to ensure competitive balance (depending on registration #s)


K-1 - Focus on fun and learning in a skills clinic environment with intrasquad scrimmages. We are also planning to return the boys to the KOMD tournament at the end of the season.

2 - We plan to run this as a single team, with team-based practices and games against other towns and participation in the KOMD tourney at the end of the season.

3 - Single, grade-based team with team practices, games and tournaments.

4 - Single, grade-based team with team practices, games and tournaments.

5-6 -Single, combined team of 5th and 6th graders with team practices, games and tournaments. Note this team will be playing other towns 5/6 and 6th grade teams (we are not allowed to have 6th graders playing against 5th grade only teams).

7-8 â?? We expect to have two teams at this level. Similar to last year, coaches will evaluate players and each player will be placed on a team based on skill level. These teams will be split into 7/8 Black and 7/8 Purple.

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