The Powhatan boys youth lacrosse program is open to both new and returning lacrosse players. The primary objective of the program at this level is to develop important skills, know the rules, learn to work together as a team, cultivate a love for the game of lacrosse and most importantly, HAVE FUN!
We use a grade-based system instead of birthday for teams. Grade is indicated by the year a player will graduate high school.
Our league houses grade levels PreK-8
Season begins starting in February and will continue through the end of May.
Practices and home games are held at the Powhatan Admin Field. Games may be played across the several counties.
There will be an estimated 2 practices and 1 game per week. Practices are typically held at The Admin Field in Powhatan. Practice will be held twice a week starting February and continue through the end of May.
Teams will play over the course of the season and will usually fall on the weekends.
Jerseys are required and may be purchased at during registration. Previous years jerseys can be used as long as there are no number conflicts.
You must provide a USA Lacrosse membership that is not covered in your club dues.
USA Lacrosse Membership
Frequently Asked Questions
PLAY OF GAME: (https://www.usalacrosse.com/boys-and-mens-rules)
- A lacrosse helmet
- Mouth-guard – cannot be white or clear
- Athletic supporter with cup
- Shoulder pads
- Arm/elbow pads
- Lacrosse gloves
- Rib pads (optional)
- A lacrosse stick with a pocket
- Cleats (football or soccer will do)
- Goalies gear is provided by the league
MUST be a worn at all times(not clear).
Did you know that mouthguards come with supplemental dental insurance? If your son is wearing one and is injured in the mouth during play, your mouthguard provider will assist in the dental care (up to a specified amount, see package for details as each is different)
Cleats and/or sneakers
Virginia weather is crazy so we recommend having a pair of cleats for (wet or dry) field play.
Boys lacrosse is a contact sport. Boys in 10U and below play with minimal physical contact. The focus is on developing their lacrosse skills. From 12U and older physical contact is allowed and is taught by coaches appropriately.
Spring is near!
Spring season lacrosse is a great time for beginners to learn the game, and for advanced players to continue to build on their abilities and learn new and advanced skills. Most of all, our spring lacrosse programming is meant to be fun! We want our players to leave the field with a smile on their face every day, and learn life lessons that they can apply on and off the field. We have a great group of coaches who cannot wait to share lacrosse with all of you!Register