Franklin Youth Lacrosse located in Franklin, MA is a member of The Town Pride League. The TPL is made up of a group of like minded boys town youth lacrosse programs that are dedicated to providing the best lacrosse experience possible for its players. I

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If you have any questions regarding registration or Franklin Youth Lacrosse, please email us at Franklinlax@yahoo.com

 

 

As of May 2, 2021: Please note that while the outdoor facial covering mandate has been revised; that does not impact youth sports at this time. Currently youth sports are under a sector specific protocol; which require athletes, coaches and spectators to wear a facial covering. 

We are expecting to see additional changes in the upcoming weeks - but please continue to wear your facial coverings at any of our events. 

 
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3rd-8th Grade TPL Schedules
04/17/2021
Please click the link below to find your team's schedule.....   2021...
FYL and Covid
03/22/2021
Thanks for a successful first day of spring lacrosse.  The weather...
Program Overview
09/25/2014
The program is open to boys who are Franklin residents and...
 
3rd-8th Grade TPL Schedules

Please click the link below to find your team's schedule.....

 

2021 3rd-8th TPL League Team Schedules

 

Once you click link...Select League and then the Team.

 

Example:

Select 7th Grade B and the select Franklin 7B to get the schedule for Franklin 7B.

 

 


by posted 04/17/2021
FYL and Covid

Thanks for a successful first day of spring lacrosse.  The weather was cooperative, and it was so nice to see the boys on the fields.  Thank you all for your patience and your support as we continue onto the season with the COVID changes.  Please note that some of the COVID protocols are mandated by the State Department of Public Health, others by our own local board of health and recreation programs and even others with the requirements of the league we participate in.  We know that wearing a facial covering is not an ideal experience for the boys; however it is non-negotiable to be able to play.  Face shields are not a substitution for facial coverings.  We recognize that some other programs may have allowed that – but that is not within the guidance from DPH, so therefore we are not able to accept the helmet shields in lieu of a facial covering.  Moving forward, please ensure that all players have a facial covering.  

We are asking all players and parents to stay home when they are not feeling well, and report to the coaches if anyone in the household has been diagnosed with COVID.  In addition, if you are awaiting a COVID test result for someone in your household, please do not attend FYL events until the result is in.  If you have questions regarding symptoms of COVID or accessibility to the program please let us know.  We do want to ensure that all of our players have a safe and FUN season.   

Within the same guidance, we will allow up to two adults per player to observe the practices.  All parents/spectators must also have a facial covering, or they will be asked to leave the fields. Please model the behavior we are expecting our players to follow.

 

Scheduling – we are continuing to work through scheduling nuances.  Please be patient as we work through the details.  All town programs are sharing the turf fields until the grass fields get released – so we are all jockeying for field time. 

 

Thank you all for your commitment to keeping your player safe.  We know this is not an easy season but we are so looking forward to this season, and beyond. 

 

Thank You Franklin BoD

 


by posted 03/22/2021
Program Overview

The program is open to boys who are Franklin residents and are in grades 1st through 8th, (the Girl's Lacrosse program of Franklin is a separate organization).  

What are the age groups?  With the exception of U9 (1st and 2nd grade), our town lacrosse program will be grade based.   For example, all 5th graders play against other 5th graders from other towns, 6th graders will play against 6th graders, etc etc.

When is the season?  Registration generally takes place in late September so that our players can participate in winter indoor training and skill sessions before the spring.  FYL winter indoor sessions generally begin in January.  Outdoor practices generally start in late March.  Actual games generally begin by the first week of April.  Please note that there are games during both of the school vacation weekends.
 
Who do we play?  Our teams from 3rd-8th grade are "travel teams" in that we play other towns both home and away.   Our 1st and 2nd grade players will play through our in-house league against other Franklin teams.

What league does Franklin play in?  

Franklin plays in The Town Pride League.  The TPL is made up of a group of like minded boys town youth lacrosse programs that are dedicated to providing the best lacrosse experience possible for its players.  It is a league that is configured to grade level play with the goal of developing as many players in each grade as possible.

Member Towns: 

Acton-BoxboroughCohasset, Concord-CarlisleDover-Sherborn, DuxburyFranklin,  

Hingham, Lincoln-Sudbury, Marshfield, Medfield, Needham,

NorwellScituate and Winchester


My son is in middle school ... is it too late for him to start?  No.  Every year we have first time players in every grade from 1st through 8th.  If your son would like to give lacrosse a try, he should.

When are the practices?  There are one to two practices per week for all age groups. Practices are usually held in the late afternoon or evening hours during the week.

When are the games?   Games are played on Sundays.  Start times range from 9am to 6pm. Teams may also play a few weeknight games throughout the season.

 


posted 09/25/2014
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