We regret to inform you that we have made the heartbreaking decision to cancel the Boys Summer Season. As a board, we have discussed how our season will be impacted with each new update that we receive. As always, our goal is to get players out on the field and provide them the opportunity to learn the sport and have fun in the safest way possible. At this time, with the information that we have, unfortunately our season is impacted too much to make it work. We felt that making a decision and letting families know as soon as possible is the best thing we can do at this point. Registration refunds will be processed in the next couple of days.
Please know that we will continue to follow all updates from the governor, the city, and the leagues. If we are able to put something together in late summer/early fall we will let you know about it.
We encourage all of our players to get a stick in their hands and practice on their own. We all want to come back strong as soon as we are able!!!
The safety of our youth players, coaches, parents, fans, and officials is always our top priority. The CDAA Board of Directors is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation. This includes following the actions of the CDC, State of Minnesota, City Governments, the AH-11 School District and the relevant travel league associations.
With Governor Walz announcing the closure of schools through March 27th, we have decided to cancel of all CDAA’s practices, meetings, and competitions until at least March 27th. We are moving forward with great caution and urge our families to as well. If we cancel a sport for the entire season we will issue full refunds.
Thank you for your continued patience as we navigate this virus. As the Governor and President said today, the information changes day to day and we will share our updates with you as we have them. Please know we are doing our best to stay on top of the news in order to keep all of our athletes and their families safe. We will continue to communicate with you as frequently as necessary to keep everyone updated.
To help avoid the spread of COVID-19, our 2020 indoor box lacrosse season has been canceled, along with the Girls Spring Youth Season.
We are excited to share that CPYLA has joined CDAA (Champlin Dayton Athletic Association) www.cdaasports.org. We believe that this merge is going to help us grow the sport of lacrosse by reaching more future LAX Players. As always, we are dedicated to promoting the sport of lacrosse to boys and girls in our area, and we understand the impact that joining CDAA can have on that goal. We continue to run the program as we have in the past, so you will not notice any major changes. Other than more players!
Did you miss the BOYS
Click on the link to the right to view the PowerPoint presentation.
Included are: important dates, changes for the 2020 season, information regarding the online apparel store, etc.
Adult-size with three options
to adjust for safe, custom fit.
In conjunction with the CPHS Rebels Lacrosse boosters, we are offering your athlete a chance to order the Cascade S. This is the EXACT helmet your athlete needs in order to participate on the CPHS Lacrosse team (JV/Varsity).
All receive club pricing! Cost = $223 (retail $365)
Offer ends April 1st.
Email the CPYLA Boys Director to place your order or for additional information.
CPYLA Boys Director
Champlin Park Youth Lacrosse Association (CPYLA) is dedicated to promoting America’s oldest sport to youth boys and girls in the Brooklyn Park, Champlin, and Dayton area.
In addition to teaching the fundamental skills necessary to play the sport, we strive to teach the strategies and teamwork necessary to master the sport, along with emphasizing sportsmanship, camaraderie, and work ethic. Lastly, we are dedicated to teaching parents about lacrosse, and the importance of being positive, supportive spectators.
For NEW ATHLETES/FAMILIES:
OFF-SEASON SKILL DEVELOPMENT:
AGE-SEGMENTATION WAIVER (for families requesting their athlete to play at a different age-level):
Find CPYLA's rules/policy on cross-over play here in this document:
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