Programs and Teams

Intramurals K to 4th Grade

Little Scoopers

Designed to introduce young players to the game of lacrosse.

This program is open to boys in kindergarten who have little to no lacrosse experience.  No additional equipment is required.  Players will receive a t-shirt.   The season is an eight-week clinic format.  Time requirement is 1 hour/wk.  Players will learn the fundamentals of lacrosse (catching, passing, shooting, ground balls) via drills and small sided games.  Clinic is run by MBLC Coaching Staff.

Our intrammural teams participate in the Delaware Valley Lacrosse League

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1st/2nd and 3rd/4th Grade Intramural (IM)

Our IM program provides boys with their first opportunity to play organized games against teams from other towns.  Instruction at this level continues to emphasize basic lacrosse skills (catching, passing, shooting, ground balls) while introducing strategy, structured plays, and how to play various positions.  Teams are formed based on ability, and all kids will have opportunities to play. Scrimmages will be against neighboring township teams on Sundays.  Jerseys will be provided as part of registration.

Travel Programs - 3rd to 8th Grade

These teams play against other township programs within the Southeastern Pennsylvania Youth Lacrosse Association (SEPYLA) division.

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C Level - 3rd/4th Grade

This is the youngest available 10v10 SEPYLA Travel team.
Skills taught are more team-based while still stressing basic lacrosse fundamentals. Emphasis is put on team play with basic offense and defensive strategies taught to the boys.

B Level - 5th/6th Grade

A Level - 7th/8th Grade

Both A and B levels will play in full field SEPYLA sponsored games.  Skills taught at this age are lacrosse fundamentals, field awareness, team concepts, higher level offensive and defensive sets and plays: Man Up, Man Down, Clears and Rides.

Boys are encouraged to take leadership roles to help manage the game from the field as well. While the competition increases based on the level, the bottom line is that we encourage fun and learning for the boys of all skill levels.