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COVID Fall Lax 2020 Requirements
09/28/2020
Please read and follow our COVID requirements below in order to participate...
Registration & Key Dates for 2020-21
03/12/2020
Registration for Spring 2021 Season will open soon, before Nov 1,...
Queens of the Pike!
06/11/2019
Triton Senior Girls took home the title of "Queens of the Pike"...
Wallingford Youth Lacrosse Board Meetings
07/01/2017
2020 WYL's BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING SCHEDULE: Wed Oct 7,...
Lyman Hall / Sheehan Turf Use
05/10/2017
Attention All:    The League is asking for everyone's...
Concussion Awareness
08/30/2016
  Welcome back to school Wallingford Youth Lacrosse. As...
Wallingford Youth Lacrosse Mailing Address
03/20/2012
Wallingford Youth Lacrosse PO Box 4296 Wallingford, CT 06492 (NOTE...
 
COVID Fall Lax 2020 Requirements

Please read and follow our COVID requirements below in order to participate in our Fall Lax 2020 programs.  Thank You!

Return to Play Guidance for Fall Clinics of Wallingford Lacrosse

 

They currently include:

• Stay at home if you are feeling sick or experiencing the following COVID-19 symptoms: People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

 •  Cough

 •  Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

 •  Fever of 100.3 degrees F/37.9 degrees C

 •  Chills

 •  Muscle pain

 •  Sore throat

 •  New loss of taste or smell

*This list is not all possible symptoms. Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

To keep players safe, the following will occur.

• Players will stay 6 feet apart from each other and will not have to wear a mask while playing.

• In cases close contact or scrimmage situations occur, we require the players to wear masks but will keep the activity level light.

•While on the side lines, players will wear their masks.

All coaches will wear a mask.

• Any parent or family member on the sideline must wear a mask.

 • Clean and disinfect frequently touched equipment

 • No sharing of equipment, water bottles, towels.

 • Hand sanitizer will be used before and after play.

 • Anyone with a temperature of 100.3 degrees or more should be sent home and evaluated by a    licensed medical professional before being cleared to participate.

• Arrive dressed and ready to train.

• Cover your mouth and nose with elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing.

Consistent with applicable law and privacy policies, have coaches, staff, umpires/officials, and families of players (as feasible) self-report to the youth sports organization if they have COVID-19, a positive test for COVID-19, or were exposed to someone with COVID-19 within the last 14 days in accordance with other applicable laws and regulations. Notify staff, officials, families, and the public of youth sports facility closures and restrictions in place to limit COVID-19 exposure.

We will keep attendance of all players who attend each clinic. Should we learn of a positive case, we will notify all players who were in attendance during the clinic.

Thank you for your help in keeping our players and families safe!


by posted 09/28/2020
Registration & Key Dates for 2020-21

Registration for Spring 2021 Season will open soon, before Nov 1, 2020.  We will send an email blast when it is open.

 

Fall Lax 2020 is wrapping up the following programs:

Boys grades 1-8.  Saturday Clinics.  Sat 9/26 to Sat 10/24 at Highland.  3:30 to 4:45 PM

Girls grades 1-4.  Saturday Clinics.  Sat 10/4 to Sat 10/31 at Highland.  9:00 to 10:15 AM

Girls grades 5-8.  Tue 9/29 to Sat 10/31.  Typically play Tue & Wed 5-6:30 and Sat 10:30-noon at Highland.  Columbus Day week is different.  See team page. 

 

 


by posted 03/12/2020
Queens of the Pike!

Queens of the Pike 2019

Triton Senior Girls took home the title of "Queens of the Pike" by coming from behind numerous times in a steady rain to win the inaugural trophy.  It is open to teams along the Route 5/15 Berlin Turnpike corridor.

Wallingford lost its two round robin games by two goals each to put it into the play-in game, where down early against host Whethersfield, the girls stormed back to win by one.  The win put them into the championship game to play their fourth game in a row without a break, where they again found themselves down early, only to come back to win 5-3.  All phases of the game were played at their highest level of the season, and mid-fielders controling a majority of the draws late in the championship game gave the team the chances it needed.  Defense played very tough, the goalies came up with numerous big stops, and the attackers used great spacing and attacked the goal for a flurry of goals to end the game.

Great job, girls!!  The 7th graders will need to defend their title in 2020!!


by posted 06/11/2019
Wallingford Youth Lacrosse Board Meetings

2020 WYL's BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING SCHEDULE:

Wed Oct 7, 2020 at 7:00 pm at Rosa's house.

Wed Nov 4, 2020 at 7:00 pm

Wed Dec 2, 2020 at 7:00 pm

Meetings are open to the public.


by posted 07/01/2017
Lyman Hall / Sheehan Turf Use

Attention All:

   The League is asking for everyone's help in making sure that no one climbs or plays on the high jump mat and pole volt mat at Sheehan.

   These mats are typically not out at Lyman Hall, however if they are, please make sure that everyone stays off of them as well. 


    If this continues to be an issue, it may effect the League's ability to use these facilities in the future.

 

 

Thanks in advance! 

Wallingford Youth Lacrosse


by posted 05/10/2017
Concussion Awareness

  Welcome back to school Wallingford Youth Lacrosse. As you and your lacrosse players are about to settle in to the routine of school and the fall, the WYL league is hard at work getting the 2017 season planned and ready for you all to enjoy next spring. (We even have some cool stuff happening this fall too!)

  Part of the process of getting everyone ready for next year’s season is making sure that you are all aware of the causes, signs, dangers of concussions, and what to do when you see the symptoms. Concussions are a part of every sport, especially lacrosse, and the WYL league takes them serious as should you.

  Please take a moment to follow the attached links that provide crucial information that you need to know about concussions and your children.

  Please note that this year and going forward, part of our registration process will include a section where you will be required to confirm that the league has provided you with this educational information.  

  Concussions are a SERIOUS part, of a great sport. Educate yourself and your player.

 

http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/training/index.html



http://connylacrosse.org/Page.asp?n=52358&org=connylacrosse.org

 

Via the NY Times:

"The young brain is especially susceptible to concussion, and sports-related concussions account for more than half of all emergency room visits by children aged 8 through 13, according to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. A child who suffers a concussion is one and a half times more likely to experience another, and those who have had two concussions have a threefold greater risk of the same injury happening again."


by posted 08/30/2016
Wallingford Youth Lacrosse Mailing Address
Wallingford Youth Lacrosse
PO Box 4296
Wallingford, CT 06492

(NOTE - this address is only for the YOUTH program grades 1 -8)

by posted 03/20/2012
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