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Early Registration for the 2015 Season is now open. Register before October 31 and save $$$.
Early registration for the 2015 Season is now open.

New for the 2015


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The EYLA board has been

exploring ways to improve

the sign up and team

formation process and is

excited to announce the

following changes for the

2015 season:

Credit cards will now be

accepted during


Registration will be open

September 1stOctober 31st

and the fee will be $215.

Tryouts will be held in mid

November for players U11

and older.

Late registration will be

open January 1st – February

28th and the fee will be $255.

Players not able to attend

tryouts will be placed on a

team based on their coaches’

evaluation from the

previous season.

End of Season Review

The 2014 season has wrapped

up and the EYLA board

would like to thank all of the

coaches, parents and players

for another successful season.

This season we had 206 boys

and 118 girls participate in

EYLA. We would like to

remind the boy players who

still have uniforms to return

them laundered to the coach

or bring them to try outs.


The EYLA board had listened to the concerns of parents regarding

the state of our fields. We recognize that the safety of our players

is an issue. We are currently exploring our options for improving

the Linden Street fields. We have and will continue to meet with

all of the stakeholders to determine our short term and long term

plan in order to make the fields safer and nicer. In the meantime,

we are looking to secure a better game field to use in the 2015

season. We are tentatively planning on continuing to use the PEA

and Linden Street fields for practices.

Upcoming Fall Stick Clinics

We are in the process of

securing indoor space to use

for our fall and winter stick

clinics. Please keep an eye out

for emails with sign up

information when it becomes

available. The girls program

will likely have a new player

stick clinic at Kensington

Elementary in late fall. We are

in the second year of the

girls “First Stick Program”

and will have an additional

12 sticks and goggles to give

to new players. If you know

of any new players, please

encourage them to email



EYLA Newsletter

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Registration Reminder
Greeting EYLA Parents,   A newsletter was sent out in...
Used Equipment and Goals
Hi All,   As you begin your spring cleaning keep the Exeter...
Choosing the Correct Girls Stick
Hi All, We have had a number of inquiries regarding choosing the...
New Exeter High School Girls Lacrosse Web Site.
Hi All, Below is the link to the new Exeter High School Girls...
2012 Girls Youth Night
Hi All, On May 4th the Exeter High School varsity girls hosted...
2010 EHS Girls Lacrosse Team with EYLA Players
2010 Exeter High School Girls Youth Lacrosse Night Each year...
Custom Made Mouth Guards
Hi All,   Once again this season Dr. Churchill is...
Registration Reminder

Greeting EYLA Parents,


A newsletter was sent out in September with updates of the coming 2015 Spring season. In that newsletter there was information about Registration which is currently open and try-outs which will be held in November.  In an effort to improve the sign-up and team formation process registration was open earlier this year.  Members will still have the ability to register after October 31st but the rates will increase.  The following are the details:


REGISTRATION:  Currently open until October 31st at the rate of $215.  Credit cards are now the preferred method.  If another payment method is needed or Financial Scholarship has been granted please reach directly out to Wayne Demers at wdemers@comcast.net.  All members must have payment made to EYLA before their child can participate in both the program and try-outs.  Please register at the following link - http://exeteryouthlacrosse.org/


TRY-OUTS:  For U11, U13, and U15 (no try-outs for all U9 programs).  Currently set up for Saturday November 15th and Sunday November 16th at Linden Street.  Tryouts are weather permitting.  Times for specific age groups and genders will be provided by November 6th.   If due to inclement weather, try-outs will be postponed to a future indoor date.   Players not able to attend tryouts will be placed on a team based on their coaches’ evaluation from the previous season.  Please let EYLA and your coach from last season know if you can’t attend the try-out.


LATE REGISTRATION:  Registration will re-open January 1st and close on February 28th.  The later registration fee is $255.


Thank you for your time and we look forward to another great Lacrosse season!!


by posted 10/14/2014
Used Equipment and Goals
Hi All,
As you begin your spring cleaning keep the Exeter Youth Lacrosse program in mind. Each year we outfit a small group of new players with equipment. Without this equipment they would not be able to afford the game. This year we have depleted our supply of gently used gear. As you clean out the garage or closet in the playroom please keep us in mind. If you have any equipment that you feel would benefit a new young player please consider passing it on to the Exeter Youth Lacrosse program. If you have used equipment you may drop it off at 7 Granite Street in Exeter. Just leave it on the front steps if no one is home.
Also, if you have an old goal sitting in your back yard that you would like to get out of the yard please let me know. I will happily make arrangements to come by and pick up the goal. This season we have 278 players playing on U9, U11, U13, & U15 boys and girls teams. We also have an additional 55 Little Guys (K-2) playing our Saturday morning program. We need more playing space and more goals than ever before.
Thank you for your consideration and come watch our teams play at their home field behind the old Exeter High School. The NH Youth Lacrosse Association season (U11 – U15) begins on April 14th this year and the U9 season begins on April 20th.
by posted 04/06/2013
Choosing the Correct Girls Stick
Hi All,

We have had a number of inquiries regarding choosing the correct girl’s stick. Coach Preneta (Girls varsity coach at Exeter High School) has done some research and recommends the following choices:
Brine Amonte or Amonte 2
STX Exult
Nike sticks are made by STX so basically the same, just different colors.
The final analysis seems to be that when purchasing a girl’s stick you are better off buying a better stick. The better stick will make catching and throwing easier and unlike the boys sticks which get broken on a regular basis the girls sticks can last for a number of years. The boy’s game is much more physical with more stick checking which results in more broken sticks.
by posted 02/28/2013
New Exeter High School Girls Lacrosse Web Site.
Hi All,

Below is the link to the new Exeter High School Girls Lacrosse Team web site. Stop by and visit when you get a minute.


by posted 08/18/2012
2012 Girls Youth Night

Hi All,

On May 4th the Exeter High School varsity girls hosted the Exeter Youth Lacrosse girls teams and the CMS team to a night of excellent lacrosse and a clinic after the game. A good time was had by all!!!

by posted 05/08/2012
2010 EHS Girls Lacrosse Team with EYLA Players

2010 EHS Varsity Lacrosse Team with EYLA Players

2010 Exeter High School
Girls Youth Lacrosse Night

Each year the players from the EYLA girl’s teams are invited to attend a special high school varsity lacrosse game. After the game the youth players are invited onto the field to participate in drills conducted by the varsity girls. All players are welcome and we hope to have a full turnout for the 2011 High School Youth Night. Game date will be announced in the spring once the team’s schedule has been announced. A boy’s night will also be scheduled.

by posted 09/25/2010
Custom Made Mouth Guards

Hi All,


Once again this season Dr. Churchill is offering Custom made Mouth Guards free as a community service to any player in our program. I cannot stress the importance of using mouth guards to protect against concussions. If your player is baulking at wearing a mouth guard because it doesn’t fit correctly, this may be for you.


You should also be aware that league and US Lacrosse rules require all players to wear mouth guards. A change to the rule this year requires all mouth guards to be colored – so that officials can easily determine whether a player does, in fact, have a mouth guard in place.


I have talked to one parent who took advantage of this last year and she was very pleased with the service that she received.




My name is Dr. Katherine Churchill and I am a dentist in Exeter.  I have just recently started a youth mouth guard community service program that has been approved by the Exeter Parks and Recreation department.  I know that the Exeter Lacrosse program is an independent organization and would like to invite your program's athletes to join as well.  The program provides one free custom fit mouth guard to each athlete age 5-18 per year.  Additional mouth guards and or duplicates are $10 each within the same year.   To have a custom mouth guard made, a quick impression of their upper teeth takes approx. 5 minutes.  We make the mouth guards in our office so turn around is fairly quick.  We can even make mouth guards that can be attached directly to helmets as well.  Please let me know if you would like to participate in this program.   You can call me any questions at my office or discuss details at: (603) 772-3351 (M-Th 8am- 5pm).  Thank you for your time.  I hope to hear from you soon.


Dr. Katherine Churchill


by posted 03/31/2009
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