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EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

Co-Ed 1st/2nd Grade Clinics:  Everything provided by SYL! 🙂

Boys 3rd-8th:  Helmet - Shoulder Pads - Elbow Pads - Gloves - Mouthguard - Cup - Cleats - Stick

Girls 3rd-8th:  Helmet (optional) - Goggles - Mouthguard - Cleats - Stick

If you are in need of (financial) assistance with equipment, please contact syl.president@gmail.com.

 

SEASON OVERVIEW

1st/2nd Grades:  6 Saturdays for 90 minutes.  Target dates: Apr 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18.  Target time:  9:30-11am.  Target location: Sunset High School.

3rd-8th Grades:  Practices will begin first week of March, and are 2 weeknights throughout season.  Games begin after Spring Break, and are typically on Saturdays (occasional midweek games).  Season ends no later than Sat Jun 8.  SYL's home fields (for practices and games) include PCC Rock Creek, THRPD HMT, Sunset HS, and Barnes ES.  There will not be games Memorial Day weekend.

A few key dates:

  • Sat Mar 16 - Boys 3-8 ref scrimmage (only Saturday commitment in Mar)
  • Fri Apr 26 - SYL 3rd Annual LAX'n Luau fundraiser in the evening (adults only!)
  • Sat Apr 27 - SYL 2nd Annual Sunset LAX Day where EVERY SYL team + Mens HS Varsity will play at Sunset!  Food, games, FUN!!

If you have additional questions about the season, contact syl.vpboys@gmail.com or syl.vpgirls@gmail.com.

 

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