Western Maryland Youth Lacrosse Conference (WMYLC) works with local lax clubs in the western Maryland, West Virginia & Southern Pennsylvania region to provide education and improve the sport for both player, league and families.

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Boonsboro
The goal of our league is to provide a safe and productive environment that enables children to learn and apply the principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. We facilitate the development of strength and character in every child that participates. BAAA offers Lacrosse from U7 thru U15 for bothe girls and boys. The U7 level is co-ed and offers an introductions to LAX and some level of competitive games. U9 - U15 games are all managed by certified referees.
 
Brunswick Railroaders Lacrosse
BJR is a non-profit organization led by parent and community volunteers. You do not need to hold a position to voice your thoughts or lend your time, our meetings are open to the public every month and we appreciate all parent support.
 
Carroll Manor
Carroll Manor Lacrosse provides a fun developmental environment where players can begin their mastery of America's fastest growing sport. Carroll Manor Lacrosse was created in the Spring 2009 with 10 U9 boys. In just three years that number has grown to 222 boys and girls at all levels. Carroll Manor is building the feeder program for Tuscarora High School which includes Ballenger Creek Middle, Crestwood Middle, Ballenger Creek Elementary, Carroll Manor Elementary, Orchard Grove Elementary, and Tusca
 
Catoctin Lacrosse
Catoctin Lacrosse is a member of the Catoctin Youth Association. CYA represents 9 different sports teams for boys and girls grades k-8 in the Northern part of Frederick County. Every child will be given the opportunity to participate regardless of ability to pay registration fees or to purchase equipment. CYA values good sportsmanship and promotes team building. For more information about Catoctin Lacrosse, check out our web page @ www.catoctinlacrosse.com
 
Damascus
Damascus Lacrosse fields teams in both “A” and “B” division for boys U9 - U15. Teams will be formed based upon the number of players registered and player abilities. DSA will conduct player evaluations prior to the beginning of the season to divide and assign players to the appropriate team. Our goal is to make sure your child is playing at the right level of competition so he has an enjoyable experience. Damascus offers an instructional program for 5-7 year old boys.
 
FSK Lacrosse
FSK Youth Lacrosse is the feeder program for Francis Scott Key High School in western Carroll County. The organization is made up of volunteers who provide coaching and skill building for boys and girls in grades K-8th. The organization offers spring season teams. FSK Boys have red jerseys the girl's uniform colors are reversible with both Red and Navy jersey colors.
 
HAYLA Lacrosse Hagerstown Area Youth Lacrosse Association
HAYLA Lacrosse Hagerstown Area Youth Lacrosse Association www.hayla.org Hagerstown Area Youth Lacrosse Association www.hayla.org HAYLA is a grass-roots youth lacrosse program dedicated to growing lacrosse in Washington County. Since its inception in 2003, HAYLA pulls players from over 40 different elementary and middle schools in the area. We've experienced rapid growth, now fielding over 220 boys and girls from K through 8th grades. Current players in our program will primarily attend North High, Sout
 
LOUYAA
LOUYAA is THE youth feeder program Linganore, Urbana and Oakdale High Schools. We are committed to providing players with all the opportunities lacrosse provides, from fun, life lessons, and learning the game. All LOUYAA players benefit from the extensive coaching experience and training LOUYAA provides. All teams have coaches trained in the Positive Coaching Alliance. Most of our coaches are also US Lacrosse Level 1 trained and have coached for many years. Many of our coa
 
Martimsburg
The Martinsburg-Berkeley County Lacrosse League is open to boys and girls ages 6-18 as of September 1. These are not co-ed leagues. These are travel leagues that are offered each Spring. The boy’s games are played on Saturdays and the girl’s games on Sundays. The home games are played at Poor House Farm Park and the away games are played in Western Maryland (Boonsboro, Brunswick, Frederick, Hagerstown, Smithsburg etc..) Players are required to supply their own equipment.
 
Middletown
MVAA Youth Lacrosse is the feeder program for Middletown High School. Our approach is one of inclusion and participation for all. The Boys and Girls in our program learn the game and have FUN. We preach the concept of "TEAM" at all levels to be practiced on the field and off. In this process, we develop players into young men and women that work together to serve the greater good. On average MVAA fields about 12-15 teams in the spring season as a member of the Western Maryland Youth Lacrosse Conference.
 
Olney Boys and Girls Club
The mission of OBGC is to provide children with safe after-school sports programs that emphasize physical and emotional development, build self-esteem and cultivate a lifelong interest in sports, health and teamwork.
 
Poolsville
The purpose of the Poolesville Athletic Association is to provide, organize and support area youth sport programs. The objectives of the Poolesville Athletic Association are: To promote and organize a youth sports programs on a basis where good sportsmanship and fair play will be practiced at all times. To consider health, welfare, and ability of each individual participant. To teach youth, through playing experience, the fundamentals of said sport
 
Smithsburg Area Lacrosse
All of our teams, with the exception of U15, stress equal playing time. The U15 level is not about equal playing time. IT is one of the main goals of the U15 team to get the players ready for the high school level and the high school coaches. The kids will face very tough competition at the high school level so the more practice and preparation time they can do on their own will only benefit them as they move up from year to year.
 
Spires Lacrosse
The Spires Lacrosse Club provides lacrosse teams for boys and girls of all ages and experience levels. We are focused on supporting the Frederick High and Thomas Johnson High feeder paths. We provide teams for both indoor and outdoor lacrosse which allows them year-round playing opportunities. Our club provides players with the skills and training necessary to prepare them for higher level play. Many of the high school players today began their playing careers with Spires.
 
St. John Regional Catholic School
St. John Regional Catholic School in Frederick, Maryland, has been serving the Catholic community for over 175 years. It is a school that is rich in history and traditions. St. John is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and currently serves seven Frederick County parishes and the Catholic community of Fort Detrick. We have approximately 600 students in grades Pre-K-8 who come to us not only from our regional parishes, but from Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Sa
 
Urbana Youth Lacrosse
Our goal from the start has been to develop a program that melds the philosophy of recreational sports and high school development.
 
Walkersville Youth Lacrosse
The purpose of the Walkersville / GVAA Youth Lacrosse Program is to teach the game of, and encourage a passion for, the sport of lacrosse. The program emphasizes individual and team skills, knowledge of the game, teamwork, and sportsmanship in a competitive and fun environment. The program is open to boys & girls in 2nd – 8th grade. First graders will be considered on a case-by-case basis
 
Western MD Chapter of US Lacrosse
Established in 2004 to serve the Western Maryland Lacrosse communities of Allegany, Carroll, Garrett, Frederick, and Washington Counties. Through responsive and effective leadership, the Western Maryland Chapter of US Lacrosse strives to provide programs and services in our geographic territory that inspire participation, enhance & retain membership, and build lacrosse awareness while protecting the integrity of the game. We envision a future which offers people everywhere the opportunity to discover,

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