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Title: Rye Youth Lacrosse


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Rye Youth Lacrosse
2014 Season Outlook
Spring 2014
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Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Mission Statement
  • Parent Support
  • Travel League
  • House League
  • Field Rules
  • 2014-2015 Outlook
  • RYL Website Information
  • Website

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2014 Overview
  • History
  • Rye Youth Lacrosse (RYL) was founded in 2003 by
    David Greenhouse, Leah Phil Decaro, Rob
    Santangelo and remains a non-profit 501c3
    volunteer organization.
  • RYL is one of the largest youth lacrosse
    organizations in Westchester, NY and Fairfield,
    CT counties
  • RYL participation has grown consistently by
    10-15 per year
  • RYL 2014 Summary
  • In 2014, RYL will field 23 TRAVEL Teams and 40
    HOUSE teams totaling over 850 children between K
    and 8th grade
  • RYL has over 70 coaches with 90 volunteers
  • RYL competes with over 30 different youth
    lacrosse programs across Westchester county,
    Fairfield county, NY City and Long Island
  • RYL has a requirement that all participants
    either live in Rye or attend Rye schools
    including Resurrection, RCDS, and Holy Child

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RYL Mission Priorities
  • RYL Mission Statement
  • RYL offers the opportunity to Rye, NY residents
    or students who attend a Rye, NY school to learn,
    play and compete in the game of lacrosse for both
    boys and girls in Kindergarten - 8th grade at
    both the developmental and advanced levels
    through a local House Program and Travel Program.
  • RYL Program Priorities
  • RYL requires that all our participants display
    integrity, good sportsmanship, commitment to
    team, enjoyment, positive effort, as well as
    respect for the individual, the team, the coach,
    the referees, and the game.
  • RYL is a volunteer organization dependent on the
    support of the Rye community of parents, coaches,
    Rye Schools Administration, and the Rye
    Recreational Department.
  • RYLs focus is on skill development and "team"
    play adopting the Positive Coaching Alliance
    (PCA) (http//positivecoach.org) concepts with an
    emphasis on creating a fun learning environment,
    and developing strong character for future
    success off and on the athletic field.

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Parent Support
  • Parent Support RYL is 100 dependent on parent
    support including volunteers for coaching and
    organization including scheduling, referees,
    uniforms, field allocations, equipment,
    off-season clinics, coordination with USLacrosse,
    CONNY (Connecticut-New York Youth Lacrosse), and
    Hudson Valley Lacrosse.
  • Participation Agreement Code of Conduct Form
    Please fill out form with your child. Will be
    distributed by Travel coaches.
  • Parent Communication RYL uses the RYL website to
    communicate to parents and coaches. RYL is
    dependent on parent input for online registration
    (please update email addresses). RYL requires all
    players/parents to wait 24-Hours before
    communicating with coaches after a game.
  • Coaches Training RYL strongly encourages all
    coaches including parent coaches to complete US
    Lacrosse Certification Level 1 and Level 2 online
    and to complete the Positive Coaching Alliance
    (PCA) online course.
  • Parent PCA Training RYL strongly encourages all
    RYL Parents to complete the PCA Parent Program
    online or in person (http//positivecoach.org).

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Travel League Overview
  • RYLs 23 Travel teams consist of 12 Boys Travel
    teams and 11 Girls Travel teams. RYL travel teams
    compete against other CONNY and Hudson Valley
    youth programs.
  • RYL has both A and B level Travel teams that
    match up with other programs.
  • RYL has tryouts for Travel teams beginning in 5th
    grade and does not have cuts. All participants
    are placed on a team.
  • RYL Travel teams have 2-3 practices per week and
    10-15 games per season including 1-3 tournaments
    per team/season.
  • All 3rd and 4th Grade Travel players are required
    to participate in the RYL House League. RYL
    requires this as part of our focus on fundamental
    skills development.

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House League Overview
  • RYLs 40 House teams consist of Boys House teams
    and Girls House teams for grades Kindergarten
    through 4th grade.
  • RYL House Program is the foundation of our entire
    program with emphasis on skills development and
    scrimmages.
  • RYL House is an intramural league that meets
    every Saturday for nine weeks beginning in March
    through our end-of-season Jamboree for all RYL
    participants.
  • All 3rd and 4th Grade Travel players are required
    to participate in the RYL House League. RYL
    requires this to make sure we are teaching the
    fundamental skills necessary to competing at
    higher level.
  • RYL works closely with both the Rye High School
    men's and women's Varsity lacrosse programs to
    foster the development of future RHS players.

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2014 House Travel Requirements
  • House Travel Team Requirements
  • RYL requires each player to attend all
    practices/games and consistently communicate with
    coaches at least 24 hrs prior to a practice/game
    if a player will be absent. 100 of 3rd 4th
    Travel players must attend House sessions.
  • All players must have proper equipment and have
    updated annual registration with US Lacrosse (via
    RYL website/USLacrosse.org). USLacrosse covers
    all annual liability insurance. RYL coaches
    cannot allow uninsured players on the field.
  • Fields Practice/Game Requirements
  • RYL requires each player/team to arrive no more
    than 15 minutes prior to the start of a scheduled
    practice or game. This is a requirement of the
    rental agreements and insurance RYL has with each
    of the field vendors (Rye Schools, Rye Rec, RCDS,
    Mville, Holy Child, Keio, SUNY).

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RYL Field Usage Rules
  • RYL leases field space across Westchester
    County. RYL Insurance requires Strict
    Compliance with the following rules
  • Teams may not to arrive on premises AND not enter
    field area prior to 15 minutes before scheduled
    start time.
  • All spectators, parents, non-team players must
    sit on opposite side of field from bench area.
    Only coaches permitted on bench sideline.
  • All benches (home and visitors) AND spectator
    areas must cleaned up after use.
  • No dogs permitted at ANY time.
  • WATER only permitted no sports drinks.
  • No metal cleats on Turf fields.
  • Field Rentals are RYLs largest annual expense
    at over US90,000 each Spring season RYL is a
    Tenant not an Owner of fields

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RYL 2014-2015 Outlook
RYLs growth will require some changes in 2015
given increased costs incurred for Field Rentals,
Tryout Rentals Paid Coaches, and Uniforms.
  • Fees Annual player fees may increase beginning
    2015 by TBD
  • Uniform Policy RYL considering collecting and
    redistributing all Travel uniforms each season.
    Please return all uniforms to Coaches at end of
    2014 spring season.

RYL US Lacrosse Resources
  • RYL is closely aligned with US Lacrosse
    Guildelines on Coaching, Player Safety and Player
    Development. Please see the following links for
    more information
  • www.uslacrosse.org for articles and information
    (i.e. Choosing the B-Team over the A-Team might
    just be the best decision for your lacrosse
    player --gt http//t.co/Rg9h4kBZfU)
  • SAFETY TAG NETWORK RYL examining introduction in
    2015

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RYL Website Information
  • RYL Website www.ryelax.org www.ryeyouthlacrosse
    .org
  • Weather Updates
  • Schedules by team House and Travel boys and
    girls
  • Off-Season Clinics, Fall-Ball, Winter Leagues,
    Wall-Ball
  • Coaches Contacts
  • Rules Boys and Girls
  • Camps links
  • Feedback
  • Coaches Corner (TBD) Practice Plans, Positive
    Coaching Alliance, US Lacrosse Certification

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Helpful Website Schedule Hints
  • RYL's website has multiple ways to update your
    teams calendar from your mobile device
  • Go to ryelax.org www.ryeyouthlacrosse.org
  • Select your team
  • Click on the Schedule link on the left
    navigation bar
  • Click on the Options button on the right side
    of page
  • Choose form the following options
  • Link to this page
  • Add to Google Calendar
  • Subscribe to Calendar
  • Export schedule
  • Print Schedule

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Rye Youth Lacrosse
Thank You!
Spring 2014
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