Co-Ed K-2nd Grade Skills Practice + Games: 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 email@example.com.
New this year! We have created an equipment swap / sale spreadsheet. Feel free to add items you have to sell or giveaway, or if you are looking for items, have a look. SYL is providing this spreadsheet for convenience; we are not monitoring it or otherwise involved.
2023 SEASON OVERVIEW
K-2nd Grades: 6 Saturdays from 9:30-11am at Sunset HS. Apr 8 / 15 / 22/ 29 / May 8 / 13.
3rd-8th Grades: Grades 5-8 practices begin week of February 27, 3-4 follow the next week, and are generally 2 weeknights throughout season. Games begin after Spring Break, and are typically on Saturdays (occasional midweek games). Last games likely weekend before Memorial Day. SYL's home fields (for practices and games) include THPRD HMT, PCC Rock Creek, Tumwater MS, and possibly others. There will not be games Memorial Day weekend.
2023 PARENT MEETING
Dick's Sporting Goods: Sunset Youth Lacrosse has an exclusive team packet, with additional discounts that can be used through January 2024!
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