The WTYA Warren Hills Jr. Boys Lacrosse Organization is open for all boys 1st to 8th grade. Our lacrosse program belongs to the North Jersey Junior Lacrosse League (NJJLL) and follows the guidance of our national governing body, US Lacrosse. Our athletes will develop skills, grit, strength and experience up until 8th grade, preparing our players to compete at the high school level. All players in the Warren Hills sending districts are encouraged and welcomed to join our organization, including Washington Township, Washington Boro, Belvidere, Oxford, Mansfield and Franklin. We look forward to meeting you and joining the fastest growing sport on two feet.we look forward to meeting you!
Annual Registration Fees
Fees cover our use of playing fields including coaches training, certification and background checks; and game day materials such as goals, balls and first-aid kits; NJJLL league dues and referees payments; and, WTYA insurance and infrastructure contributions. Fees also cover the costs of our year-end picnic with food. Registration Fees vary based on grade level, please see below.
Grades 1-2: FREE
Grades 3-8: $150
The WTYA Warren Hills Jr. Boys Lacrosse program want every interested child to be able to participate in our sports. Should you require financial assistance, simply request a private and confidential Scholarship within the registration process.
Players must provide their own equipment. Lacrosse equipment is sold at most sporting goods stores. Our program does have limited quantities of rental equipment available for individuals looking to try the program out. If you are interested in renting our equipment, payment of $25.00 is required as well as a $200.00 Equipment Bond check. The Equipment Bond Check will not be cashed unless the equipment is not returned to our program at the end of the season.
Grade 1st through 8th :
-- regulation-size stick
-- a helmet, preferably blue or white
-- shoulder pads
-- elbow pads
-- mouth guard
-- protective cup
-- rib protector pads – suggested
COACHES and SAFETY
All our coaches are generous and committed volunteers who are dedicated to the kids safety and development. Each must go through background checks, the Rutgers SAFETY training program and Positive Coaching Alliance clinics as well as completion by our head coaches of the US Lacrosse Level I Coaching Education Program (CEP). We further encourage our coaches to attend local and regional lacrosse training programs and to earn continuing education credits online. For enhanced player on-field care, we support attendance at general first-aid, concussion awareness and CPR courses.
*Email directing to Boys lacrosse Director Lloyd Tiger*