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Curious about registration and the process?

Well, you have come to the right place! Below you should find all the necessary information about the season. Please read through and you will find the REGISTRATION PORTAL at the bottom!


If you are interested in playing competitively, please contact our VP of Rep.


When and where is the 2024 Season?

Our season begins April 9th and runs until the end of June - making lacrosse a great spring transitionary sport for your child! The season runs twice a week with potential options for added practice (and never on the weekend, so you have all those nice warm days to enjoy!). Currently, we play indoors (no battling wet fields or rain out days! we can guarantee the weather) at Grandview Arena. We welcome all new players at any level of athleticism! 


What is Box Lacrosse and does TBLL offer Field?

Box lacrosse is fast paced and a very different version from its outdoor relative- field. Box is played with 5 players and 1 goalie, while field has two variations with different rules - men's and women's. Lacrosse isn't called the fastest game on two feet for no reason, it's fast and requires agility. At this time, TBLL does not offer a field program, but if you are interested in field or a local field progam shoot us a message! 

how much are the fees for this season?

We encourage you to register as soon as possible to ensure you have all the required information and equipment needed to play! The chart below includes the age chart and fees for the 2024 season. 

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I am trying to figure out if I should play local league or competitve? 

Well, you actually can't play one without the other! Local League, or also commonly known as House League, is a recreational league aimed to build skills and knowledge about the game. We require all those who are playing Competitive to register and play in Local League. Competitive is a non-mandatory program we run for players interested in playing more lacrosse and furthering their abilities in the game!


Our younger age groups, U7/U9, specifically focus' on basic skills and knowledge while encouraging lots of fun! The older age groups, U11 to U22, works on refining skills to build a deeper understanding of the game. Local League plays twice a week, whereas competitive has further time requirements. Competitive requires a player to commit to extra practices, dry land, and out-of-town play. While competitive play is currently offered limitedly, we encourage anyone who is interested to contact our VP of Rep. 

Now that you've got all the info, let's get you signed up!  

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