Registration Page

 2018 Spring Registration

Registration for the 2018 Spring Lacrosse 1st-8th grade Travel Teams is open  click here to register.  Registration will close on February 12, 2018, please sign up a soon as you can to avoid being closed out.  You can  register online by clicking here .  Any questions, interest in volunteering to coach or if more information is needed please send an e-mail to Jeff Berson  Plainview PAL Lacrosse Director (click on Jeff’s name above to email him)

 

Boys fee for the season includes 8 games, jersey and shorts. Girls fee for the season  includes uniform and all games. All players who did not play last season will need to provide copies of their birth certificates. Full equipment required. Olympic Den www.olympicden.com has beginner packages including all equipment (including helmet and stick). Please see Lax Links page on this site for information regarding other Lax equipment vendors. Boys travel teams practice 2-4 times a week starting in March with games on Sundays starting in April.

PLAYING TIME

TRAVEL POLICY:  Travel Players are required to attend ALL lacrosse games and practices.  Practices are as important as games.  Players should be fully dressed, on the field and ready to play — on time.  1st-3rd grade attendance is more flexible to accommodate a child’s interest in other sports and activities at this young age.

CONSEQUENCES:  Players who miss travel practices or games without good reason (school, religion, family, health) will receive reduced or no game time at the discretion of the head coach.  Please call or email your manager or head coach at least 2 hours BEFORE practice or game if you are going to be absent.  Any absence without prior notice, regardless of the reason, will be deemed “unexcused.”

Can My Child Play Lacrosse AND Do Other Activities during the Spring?

We make all possible arrangements to schedule around Baseball in the Spring so as to avoid conflicts. Soccer is a Fall sport (that youth soccer does not see it that way is irrelevant) and we will not schedule around another sport in its off season (See article below regarding danger of playing one sport year round). Except for 1st-3rd grade, conflicts with other sports (including other “select” lacrosse programs) are not an excuse for missing lacrosse practices or games. Such absences will be treated as unexcused absences at the travel levels of Plainview lacrosse. 1st-3rd grade travel practices may be missed for Baseball games. We encourage participation in other sports. Youth players can learn a lot as athletes playing basketball, soccer, football and hockey, that carries over into lacrosse and helps them become well rounded people and athletes.

TRAVEL TEAM PLAYING TIME POLICY

The Hawks Youth Lacrosse believes that all youth lacrosse players need ample playing time during both practices and games to develop in a sport and to get the most enjoyment out of the game. All players will need at least 16 hours of practice time before being allowed to play in a game (Excluding 2nd grade and 7th grade).

We follow a simple equation:

Attendance + Effort + Attitude = Playing Time

Players who attend practice, try hard and follow the Code of Conduct will receive ample playing time. Players who do not attend every practice, do not show up on time, do not try their hardest and do not show respect for coaches, officials, opponents, and teammates will not get as much playing time as teammates, if at all. A coach has the discretion to bench a player for poor attendance or poor behavior. Please discuss this policy with your child. Please read the Code of Conduct section of the website and discuss it with your child. We take our obligations seriously and we expect all players and parents to abide by the rules.

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Responses

  1. Hi I would like to register Joseph Buongiovanni, Grade 1, for Spring 2010 Travel Lacrosse…Please contact me and let me know what else is needed in regards to register. I printed out the registration form. Should I mail it in asap? Thanks, Karen Buongiovanni

    • Hi Karen, Registration for Spring 2010 will officially start in November. New players will need the registration form, copy of their birth certificate and a check made payable to PAL Lacrosse. The fee for the 2010 season has not yet been set. We will send you an e-mail when registration starts with all the necessary information. Jeff Berson

  2. Thanks Jeff for getting back to me. i will fill out the registration form and make a copy of his birth certificate and when the registration begins I will send it all in with a check. Thanks again 🙂 Karen Buongiovanni

  3. As provided on the website, please consider this e-mail my registration for my daughter Kendall Stolar, a 4th grader, for the spring season. I will bring the required paperwork to the registration session on Tuesday.

  4. I would like to sign my son evan who attendes parkway school, he plays travel hockey, and I feel this will be a good balance in the off season.

    please contact me at 516-617-1811 or e-mail

    to arrainge the sign up forms that need to be completed

    thank you
    Glenn Gorelik

    • I’m sorry Glenn the 4th grade team was filled at the registration on January 12th, we can place him on the waiting list if you like. If we have more 4th grade players interested we possibly could make a second team but as of now there is only one other player on the 4th grade waiting list.

  5. Is it too late to sign my 4th grade son up for the spring 2011 season. I missed the registration at Matlin last night. Pls advise me as to what I need to do at this point.. Thanks for your help.

    Amy

    • There is still room on that team. Go to the registration page on this site and send in your registration as soon as you can by mail.

  6. Hi-we missed the registration on Wednesday night at Mattllin. Is it too late to sign our 2nd grade son up? Also, do the lacrosse games conflict with soccer?

    Thank you.

    • You can still register for 2nd grade Lax, just follow the instructions on this page and mail everything in as soon as you can. Soccer is a Fall sport so it should not conflict with Lacrosse in the Spring. We make every attempt to allow 2nd graders to play other sports during the Spring.

  7. Hi. I’ve been trying to email Jeff because we missed the night registration the other day but it will not let me:( My son Austin is in 2nd grade and I would like to register him for the spring season. I just mailed out the forms but they will not get to Jeff by tomorrow. Am I too late or what else should I do?
    Thank you,
    Marissa Burton

    • No problem.

      Jeff

  8. Hi there,
    I know we missed registration…is there ANY chance we can still sign up? My son played last year and loved it! He is in 2nd grade at Pasadena. I can get a check to you as early as tommorrow.
    Thanks so much,

  9. Hi,
    I know it is way past the registration deadline and probably already started but if there is any way my 3rd grade daughter could play or just do some type of clinic now and then play in the Fall she would be thrilled. Any info would be helpful. Thanks so much

    • Thank you for your interest. As of this time we are still unsure if we are having a clinic this Spring.

      • Can I sign her up for the Fall?

      • The regular season is spring. Not sure if we will be doing anything in the fall.

  10. Can I sign her up for the Fall?

  11. Is there any winter ( indoor Lacrosse ) that Plainview is participating in ?

    • No winter programs through PAL

  12. Your PDF Registration form available via the link needs to be submitted where? Fax? Email? Please advise. Thanks George Resnick.

    • Just follow the first link for online registration. Everything you need to register wil be there.


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