Spring season PYL has a general guideline/goal for all coaches that each player should be given equal time on the practice and game fields.
Lacrosse is a fast-moving sport and the ball can come at the goalie (or other players) from any angle.
Therefore each child in the PYL program will be required to maintain a “minimum level of interested participation” both during practices and games.
Thus, unlike some other youth sports, this means there is very little room for “doodling around”, “not paying attention”, “not caring” and other forms of disregard on the lacrosse field.
If after repeated attempts your child cannot maintain a sufficient level of interested participation, they will be asked to sit.
Summer tournament play, fall and winter programs may or may not follow the above guidelines.
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